Involvement in clinical research is strongly encouraged. Projects are completed under the supervision of a faculty member. Clinical electrophysiology fellows may undertake an independent project or serve as a co-investigator in one or more of the division's ongoing clinical trials.

Faculty are currently involved in research on pacing in hypertrophic obstructive cardiomyopathy, intra-procedural parameters to optimize clinical outcome in cardiac resynchronization therapy, platelet function and its effects on post-procedural complications and risk of further thromboembolic events in patients with stroke, scar burden by MRI and risk of sudden death and ablative therapy for recurrent VT.

Each spring, the University of Florida College of Medicine – Jacksonville sponsors a Research Day on the campus. Residents and fellows from all services present their investigations and compete for awards. The University of Florida College of Medicine – Jacksonville further supports resident and fellow research development by offering Dean’s Fund Research Awards.

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