Mission Statement

The Cardiac Electrophysiology Society is an international society of basic and clinical scientists and physicians interested in cardiac electrophysiology and arrhythmias. The mission of the Society is to foster collegial interaction and scientific exchange among its members to promote the translation of basic research into the clinical care of patients with heart rhythm disorders.


Featured: 


Cardiac Electrophysiology Society (CES) Annual Meeting

in conjunction with Heart Rhythm 2017

May 11, 2017

McCormick Place, Chicago IL

Open to all Heart Rhythm 2017 attendees!

C-028. Cardiac Innervation and Cardiac Arrhythmias: Session I

Thursday May 11 | 10:30 a.m. – noon     Room 193 McCormick Place, Chicago, IL,

Session Description: This session will cover topics centered on the role of cardiac innervation in arrhythmias, including sympathetic remodeling and arrhythmias and neural control of cardiac arrhythmias. Both mechanisms and potential therapeutic approaches will be discussed.

C-SP12. Cardiac Electrophysiology Society Luncheon, Posters and Young Investigator Award Competition 

Thursday, May 11 | noon - 2 p.m.  Outside of Room 193 McCormick Place, Chicago, IL

Session Description:   A buffet lunch will be served and participants will be able to view posters featuring cutting-edge basic science and clinical studies, including the finalists of the Cardiac Electrophysiology Society Young Investigator Award competition.

There will be an opportunity to mingle with other CES members at this luncheon. The luncheon is open only to CES members who are in good standing and current with their dues. If you have not paid your dues or are interested in becoming a member ($60 physicians/scientists; $30 graduate students, residents and fellows), you may do so by going to the CES website www.cardiaceps.org

C-SP16. Cardiac Innervation and Cardiac Arrhythmias: Session II

Thursday, May 11 | 2 - 3:30 p.m.       Room 193 McCormick Place, Chicago, IL,

Session Description: Continuing on the theme of the role of cardiac innervation in arrhythmias, this session will cover neurocardiology as well as autonomic ablation in the treatment of cardiac arrhythmias. Continuing along our bench-to-beside approach, other topics will include results from clinical trials of neuromodulation as well as renal denervation and stellate ganglion ablation for inherited cardiac arrhythmia syndromes.