Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology Fellowship


    Class of 2019

    Timothy Larsen, MD
    Dr. Timothy Larsen is a first year EP fellow who graduated from Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine in East Lansing, Michigan. He completed residency at Providence Hospital and Medical Center in Southfield, Michigan.

    Class of 2018

    Aditya Saini, MDAditya Saini, MD
    Dr. Aditya Saini is a second year EP fellow who graduated from University College of Medical Sciences in India.  He completed residency at MedStar Harbor Hospital in Baltimore, MD and fellowship at Louisiana State University Health Science Center in Shreveport, LA.

    Harsimran Saini, MDHarsimran Saini, MD
    Dr. Harsimran Saini is a second year EP fellow who graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA.  He completed residency at Boston University Medical Center in Boston, MA and fellowship at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA.

    Other Alumni

      Santosh Padala, MD (2017) - VCU Medical Center, Richmond, VA
      Yuhning Linda Hu, MD (2016) - Genesis Health Group, Davenport IA
      Parikshit S. Sharma, MBBS (2016) - Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, IL
      Joseph Jenkins Thompson, MD – Sanger Heart and Vascular, Charlotte, NC
      Rizwan Alimohammad, MD – Capital Cardiology Associates, Albany, NY
      Kelly McDonnell, DO – Dean Clinic, Madison, WI
      Malay Gandhi, MD – Bay Area Heart Center in St. Petersburg, FL
      Jayanthi Koneru, MD – Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA
      Daniel Alexander, DO – Piedmond Cardiology in Hickory, NC
      Robert Kiser, MD – University of Colorado Health, Aurora, CO
      Hitesh Mehta, MD – Cape Fear Cardiology Associates in Fayetteville, NC
      Marcin Kowalski, MD – Staten Island Heart, New York, NY


    • “The Electrophysiology Fellowship program at VCU offers a perfect balance between teaching, mentorship, research opportunities and practical procedural experience needed to make you well-rounded as an EP when you finish training. The best part of training here is that all of the above happens in a very healthy, positive and supportive work environment. I can undoubtedly say that coming to VCU has been the best decision I have made as a trainee.”

    • “The EP Fellowship at VCU/MCV was an incredible and unique learning experience. It gave me the opportunity to master the fundamental concepts and skills required to be an interventional electrophysiologist in the current era. The education I received over the course of my two years of training has enabled me to succeed in practice and remain on the cutting edge today, almost a decade later. I am forever indebted to my sattending’s who mentored me during fellowship and beyond.”

    • “VCU is an amazing place to train. Superb mentorship, comprehensive hands-on training, and world-class academics. I left training knowing that I was completely prepared to practice.”

    • “The VCU electrophysiology training program offers an ideal opportunity for burgeoning electrophysiologists. Hands on experience that is second to none combined with world class didactic education define the program. The mentorship, guidance, and support I received at VCU, along with commitment and hard work, helped me achieve my goal of becoming a confident and experienced electrophysiologist.”

    • “This fellowship trained me to be an excellent electrophysiologist. It taught me the fundamentals of EP, let me have tremendous hands-on experience and prepared me to be ‘on my own.’ I remain indebted to the entire faculty for sharing their invaluable knowledge and experience.“

    • “VCU is an ideal place to do EP fellowship as it has well-renowned faculty, excellent teaching, high case volume, exposure to wide variety of cases between VCU and VA, and more importantly, outstanding mentorship under Dr. Ellenbogen.”