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The University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, in conjunction with University of Cincinnati Medical Center and Cincinnati Veteran's Medical Center, offers a comprehensive two-year ACGME-accredited training program in Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology (CCEP).
The CCEP fellowship program at the University of Cincinnati orginated in 2010 as a one-year fellowship program. In 2014, the CCEP fellowship developed a comprehensive second year of training in electrophysiology, prior to ACGME and ABIM requirement
Fellows follow an education curriculum that is designed to promote a culture of evidence-based medicine, teach critical thinking and analysis, and train fellows to be educators for thecommunity, patients and other fellows. Additionally, the program
organizes the structure of training and education through ample exposure to academic activities and evidence based practices for building robust clinical and academic skills.
Srinivas Rajsheker, MD
Associate Professor of Clinical MedicineDirector, Clinical Cardiac Electrophy Fellowship Program
Srinivas Rajsheker, MD  has been involved in the education of cardiovascular disease and clinical cardiac electrophysiology fellows, and medical students since the start of his academic appointment.
Dr. Rajsheker completed both his cardiovascular disease and clinical cardiac electrophysiology training at the University of Cincinnati, where he also served as chief fellow during his cardiovascular disease training.
Dr. Rajsheker is the Section Chief of Cardiac Electrophysiology at the University of Cincinnati and Director of Electrophysiology at the Cincinnati VA Medical Center.
James A. Mann, MD
Assistant Professor of Clinical MedicineCardiac Electrophysiolgist
James A. Mann, MD  became involved in medical education while completing his own education as Class President at Howard University College of Medicine. He immediately continued his strong interest in the education of future of physicians during his residency at Ohio State University where he was a member of the medical school acceptance committee, Internal Medicine's Diversity and Inclusion Committee.During his cardiovascular disease fellowship training at Ohio State University, Dr. Mann furthered his educational interest at the national level as a member of the ACGME's Healthcare Disparities and Equity Improvement Task Force. Dr. Mann currently serves as Co-Chair of the Department of Internal Medicine's Diversity and Belonging Council at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center.
Dr. Mann specializes in complex atrial and ventricular ablation including atrial fibrillation and ventricular tachycardia, comprehensive device and lead management including high risk lead extraction, left atrial appendage occlusion and leadless pacing.
David Pratt, MD
Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine Cardiac Electrophysiolgist
David Pratt, MD returned to the Division of Cardiovascular Health and Disease as a faculty member after completing his clinical cardiac electrophysiology fellowship training at the University of Nebraska.
Dr. Pratt became involved in global health during his undergraduate degree and further expanded his interest while completing his cardiovascular disease fellowship training at the University of Cincinnati. He was an inaugural committee member of
the medical education collaboration between the University of Cincinnati and the University Teaching Hospital, Kigali, Rwanda. Dr. Pratt continued his involvement while completing his clinical cardiac electrophysiology fellowship as both a committee and teaching faculty member.
Wai Tam, DO
After completing his Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology fellowship program at the University of Cincinnati, Wai Tam, DO joined the Division
of Cardiovascular Health and Disease faculty.
Dr. Tam has been focused on educating the next generation of physicians since his residency at Palmetto General Hospital. He was a key member of the administrative team in transitioning the residency program from AOA to ACGME accreditation. Dr.
Tam served as chief fellow during his cardiovascular disease fellowship at Palmetto General Hospital.
Allen Amorn, MD
Cardiac Electrophysiology Attending
Allen Amorn, MD joined the Cincinnati Veteran Affairs Medical Center as a Cardiac Electrophysiologist in 2022. He serves as the Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology Fellowship- VA Medical Center Site Director. He has been actively involved with graduate medical education throughout his career, including most recently as the associate program director for Louisiana State University’s Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology fellowship program in Shreveport, Louisiana.
Dr. Amorn’s has special interest in complex arrhythmia therapies including: atrial fibrillation, ventricular tachycardia, post MAZE atrial flutters, and cardioneural ablations. He is also actively clinically engaged in conduction system pacing for the treatment and prevention of pacing induced cardiomyopathy. Dr. Amorn completed his Electrophysiology fellowship at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in 2012.