Edward Walsh completed his cardiology fellowship at Boston Children’s Hospital, which included a year of specialized training in cardiac electrophysiology at Massachusetts General Hospital. He joined the staff at Boston Children’s in 1985 to establish a cardiac arrhythmia service that expanded under his direction to become one of the largest programs of its kind. His primary clinical interest has been catheter ablation for complex arrhythmias. He has trained over 60 fellows in his specialty, and was honored with the Distinguished Teacher Award from the Heart Rhythm Society in 2008.
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