John Camm, M.D., FRCP, FAC, FESC, FHRS

John Camm, M.D., FRCP, FAC, FESC, FHRS

John Camm, M.D., FRCP, FAC, FESC, FHRS

Dr. Camm is a Professor of Clinical Cardiology at St. Georges University of London, United Kingdom.

Dr. Camm is a worldwide renowned clinical trialist and has held or holds memberships in 30 multicentre study committees and has given over 1,000 lectures to international audiences, written more than 1,000 peer reviewed papers, more than 500 book chapters and over 30 books. He is particularly interested in clinical cardiac electrophysiology, cardiac arrhythmias and implantable devices for rhythm control.

Dr. Camm is past Chairman of the Department of Cardiac and Vascular Sciences and is past Chairman of the Department of Medicine at St. George’s. He is also past Chairman of the European Society of Cardiology Working Group on Cardiac Arrhythmias, former Chairman of the of European Society of Cardiology Working Group on Arrhythmias, past President of the British Pacing & Electrophysiology Group, past President of the British Cardiovascular Society and a past council member of the Royal College of Physicians and a former Trustee of the North American Society of Pacing and Electrophysiology (now the Heart Rhythm Society). He is currently the President of  the Arrhythmia Alliance, a trustee of the Atrial Fibrillation Association, the Drug Safety Research Unit, the American College of Cardiology and the Interventional Cardiac Pacing and Electrophysiology Society and Editor of Europace, the only European Journal devoted to cardiac electrophysiology and arrhythmology. Dr. Camm is also Editor of the European Society of Cardiology Textbook on Cardiovascular Medicine, Evidence Based Cardiology and Electrophysiology of the Heart.  Prof Camm is also Editor-in-Chief of Clinical Cardiology.

Dr. Camm graduated from Guy’s Hospital, London and pursued a career in Cardiology at St. Bartholomew’s Hospital. In 1986, he moved to the British Heart Foundation Chair of Clinical Cardiology at St. George’s Hospital.

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