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Fellow of the European Heart Rhythm Association (FEHRA)

Application process is open from 1 August until 15 October 2019.

Recognising Excellence through the Fellowship of EHRA



The purpose of FEHRA

 

In 2016, the European Heart Rhythm Association introduced the title 'Fellow of the European Heart Rhythm Association' (FEHRA) as an honorary recognition of status for its most prominent members.

The title recognises EHRA Members who have made exceptional contributions to cardiac rhythm, distinguishing themselves in clinical, educational, and organisational aspects of the field.

Privileges and Benefits

  • Use of the FEHRA title with signature
  • Complimentary EHRA Gold Membership benefits (e.g. print and online access to EP Europace)
  • Access to EHRA Members’ Lounge during EHRA congresses
    Electronic fellowship diploma
  • EHRA pin recognition
  • Recognition in EHRA scientific documents
  • Leading and mentoring* roles in EHRA initiatives and activities
  • Online access to the Fellows Directory

*If you wish, we can share your contact information with the EHRA Young EP Community.

Savings

FEHRA privileges and benefits listed herein are worth over €1000 but are included in the annual fellowship fee of €308 (incl. VAT).

FEHRA Qualifications

  • Candidates who wish to become a Fellow of the EHRA must be EHRA Members who have demonstrated excellence in at least one of the following three domains of cardiac rhythm: research at national or international levels, teaching and training & 
    clinical care
  • Candidates must submit:
    • copies of academic diplomas (MD, PhD, or equivalent). If the original document is not in English, a translation is mandatory;
    • at least 10 publications with the applicant as first or last author ­– with a cumulative impact factor of 40 – available via PubMed;
    • one supporting letter from either an EP president within his/her National Cardiac Society/working group or from an EHRA Board Member;
      a short CV.

Please note that all supporting documents referred to herein are mandatory and must be provided in English.

Online Application Procedure for FEHRA

  • All applications must be submitted using our dedicated online system.
  • Application deadline is the end of October.
  • Newly-accepted Fellows of the EHRA will be informed by email in December.
  • Annual fellowship fee of €308 (incl. VAT) is due before 31st December.
  • Annual membership with its attendant privileges, benefits and duties, begins January 1st.
  • Download the application form
  • Learn more about the Rules and Regulations

 

Not yet an EHRA Member? Join here.

Fellows of the EHRA elected in 2018

  • Jonathan Behar
  • Emanuele Bertaglia
  • Serge Boveda
  • Antonio D'Onofrio
  • Jan Elders
  • Pier-Giorgio Golzio
  • Enes Elvin Gul
  • Ross Hunter
  • Marek Kiliszek
  • Marcio Kiuchi
  • Panagiotis Korantzopoulos
  • Christian-Hendrik Heeger
  • Jacek Majewski
  • Christian Meyer
  • Mario Martins Oliveira
  • Pawel Tomasz Matusik
  • Laura Perrotta
  • Marco Proietti
  • Obaida Rashid Rana
  • Christian Sohns

Fellows of the EHRA elected in previous years

  • Nazem Akoum
  • Tolga Aksu
  • Auricchio Angelo
  • Lucas Boersma
  • Harilaos Bogossian
  • Giuseppe Boriani
  • Giovanni Luca Botto
  • Noel G. Boyle
  • Gunter Breithardt 
  • Alan John Camm
  • Eric Chong
  • Antonio Curcio
  • Nikolaos Dagres
  • G.A. Dan
  • Natasja M.S. de Groot
  • Jonas De Jong
  • Tom De Potter
  • Maxim Didenko
  • Igor Diemberger
  • Nils Edvardsson
  • Arif Elvan
  • Heidi Estner
  • Stefano Fumagalli
  • Andreas Goette
  • Motti Haim
  • Peter Steen Hansen
  • Hein Heidbuchel
  • Martin Hemels
  • Gerhard Hindricks
  • Ali Hussam
  • Salem Kachboura
  • Yalin Kalinc
  • Paulus Kirchhof
  • Thomas Kriebel
  • Goran Krstacic
  • Katja Zeppenfeld
  • Jean-Benoît le Polain de Waroux
  • Christophe Leclercq
  • Konstantinos P. Letsas
  • Gregory Y.H Lip
  • Georges H. Mairesse
  • Giosuè Mascioli
  • Andrea Mazza
  • Jose Luis Merino
  • Federico Migliore
  • Andrew Mitchell
  • Lluis Mont
  • Andre Ng
  • Jens Cosedis Nielsen
  • Dennis W.T. Nilsen
  • Sana Ouali
  • Evgeny Pokushalov
  • Antonio Raviele
  • Andreas Rillig
  • Sascha Rolf
  • Alexander Romanov
  • Andrea Sarkozy
  • Nadir Saoudi
  • Daniel Scherr
  • Peter Schwartz
  • Philipp Sommer
  • Christoph Starck
  • Jan Steffel
  • Martin Stockburger
  • Markus Stuehlinger
  • Richard Sutton
  • Jesper Hastrup Svendsen
  • Gabor Szeplaki
  • Dierk Thomas
  • Roland Tilz
  • Vassil Traykov
  • Serge Alexander Trines
  • Isabelle Van Gelder
  • Radu Vatasescu
  • Johan Vijgen
  • Heiner Wieneke
  • Michael Wolf
  • Sing-Chien Yap
  • Mustafa Yildiz 
  • Yoga Yuniadi
  • Francesco Zanon