Dr Andrew Grace appointed Deputy Editor of Arrhythmia & Electrophysiology Review (AER)
Dr Andrew Grace appointed Deputy Editor of Arrhythmia & Electrophysiology Review
8 August 2013, London – Arrhythmia & Electrophysiology Review today announces the appointment of Dr Andrew Grace to the position of Deputy Editor – Arrhythmia Mechanisms / Basic Science.
Dr Grace serves as a Consultant Cardiologist at Papworth Hospital Cambridge and as Research Group Head in the Department of Biochemistry at the University of Cambridge. Clinically he has a general electrophysiology practice focusing on catheter ablation techniques for atrial fibrillation and has overseen the development of one of the UK’s largest clinical practices for cardiac arrhythmia management. His pre-clinical research program has taken a systems approach to studying arrhythmia mechanisms. Prior to his current roles, Dr Grace trained in medicine at St Thomas’ Hospital in London, and completed his PhD in Cambridge before undertaking post-doctoral studies as a Fulbright Scholar at the University of California San Diego.
On the appointment, Dr Demosthenes Katritsis, Editor-in-Chief of AER, commented, "It gives us great pleasure to welcome Dr Grace to the position of Deputy Editor – Arrhythmia Mechanisms / Basic Science. Dr Grace has a reputation of international standing in this field and I am sure that his guidance will be invaluable in assisting AER in fulfilling its aims of providing trusted teaching reviews of real educational value for both the arrhythmologist and general cardiologist."
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