Position: Director of the Inherited Cardiac Arrhythmia Program
Location: Boston, US
Dominic Abrams is Director of the Inherited Cardiac Arrhythmia Program at Boston Children’s Hospital and an Associate Professor at Harvard Medical School. The clinical service at Boston Children’s provides precision care to individuals and families affected by genetic cardiovascular disease, including a joint program established with the Brigham and Women’s Hospital to encompass the entire family irrespective of age. His research is focused on inherited arrhythmia syndromes and arrhythmogenic cardiomyopathies, with an emphasis on novel therapies which address the underlying genetic abnormalities and understanding mechanisms of genetic variant penetrance. He trained in pediatric and adult cardiology at The Royal Brompton, University College and St. Bartholomew’s Hospitals in London, and prior to Boston Children’s Hospital, he was on faculty at St. Bartholomew’s and Great Ormond Street Hospitals in London, as an adult and pediatric cardiologist/electrophysiologist respectively. He has an MBA from the Sloan School of Management at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.