Nate Moulson, MD

Clinical Assistant Professor

  • Clinical Assistant Professor at UBC
  • MHA Candidate (2023), UBC
  • Co-director of Research and Associate Director, SportsCardiologyBC
  • Director, VGH CardioRisk Clinic
  • Member of the Canadian Cardiovascular Society Sports Cardiology Committee
  • Primary panel member for the CCS/CHRS Statement on Cardiovascular Screening of Competitive Athletes
  • Steering Committee Member and site lead for the ORCCA Study (
  • 2021 and 2022 co-1st place, Clinician-Investigator Program Research Day, UBC
  • >30 peer-reviewed publications

Dr. Nathaniel Moulson, MD, FRCPC is a member of the Divisions of Cardiology at Vancouver General Hospital, University of British Columbia Hospital, and St. Paul’s Hospital. He was born and raised in Nelson BC. Dr. Moulson received his undergraduate degree in Kinesiology and Health Science and his medical doctorate from the University of British Columbia. He completed his internal medicine residency at Queen’s University and general cardiology fellowship at the University of British Columbia. Dr. Moulson completed subspecialty fellowships in the Cardiovascular Performance Program at the Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard University, and Cardiac Rehabilitation and Prevention at the University of British Columbia. He has additionally completed a Clinician Investigator Program residency and currently pursuing a Master of Health Administration. Dr. Moulson is actively involved in clinical and research activities. He focuses his clinical time in the Sports Cardiology clinic at UBC-Hospital, and in cardiac rehabilitation and prevention at both Vancouver General Hospital and St. Paul’s Hospital. Dr. Moulson is involved as a primary and co-investigator for multiple single and multi-center national and international research studies in the areas of sports cardiology, cardiac rehabilitation and prevention, and virtual health care.

Key Publications

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