Marc W Deyell MD MSc(Epi) FHRS FRCPC

  • Associate Professor of Medicine, UBC
  • Director, Heart Rhythm Research, UBC Division of Cardiology
  • Director, Electrophysiology Laboratory, St. Paul’s Hospital
  • Co-Chair CCS Ventricular Tachycardia Position Statement
  • Board Member – Canadian Heart Rhythm Society

Marc is a native of Calgary, Alberta, Canada and received his Medical Doctorate from the University of Alberta.  He completed a residency in Internal Medicine and Masters of Epidemiology at the University of Calgary and his Cardiology and Electrophysiology training at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver.  Following this, he undertook an advanced fellowship in Electrophysiology (Heart Rhythm Management) at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, focusing on complex ablation.

He joined the Heart Rhythm team at St. Paul’s and Vancouver General Hospitals of the University of British Columbia in February 2012.  He is an Associate Professor at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada.  He is currently the Director of Heart Rhythm Research and the Director of the Electrophysiology Laboratory at St. Paul’s.

His clinical and research interests center around the epidemiology, health outcomes and ablation of complex arrhythmias.  He is an active researcher, holding current funding from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, the Heart and Stroke Foundation, and the Canadian Cardiovascular Society.  He is the recipient of a career investigator award from the Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research.

VANISH 2 Randomized Trial

  • Evaluating the role of catheter ablation as first line therarpy for ventricular tachycardia after myocardial infarction
  • 251/366 patients enrolled from across Canada
  • CIHR funded

Same-Day Discharge for Atrial Fibrillation Ablation

  • Largest cohort of same-day discharge reported to date
  • Ongoing research program to optimize peri-procedure care
  • CCS funded

BC Premature Ventricular Complex Registry

  • Enrolling patients with frequent PVCs
  • Evaluating treatment and management
  • Enrolled 350 patients since 2016

CCI is an inclusive centre with multidisciplinary membership for all cardiovascular investigators in BC