Research & Publications
Eric Grubman, who is originally from Long Island, graduated from Dartmouth College, with a degree in Biochemistry. He subsequently received a Masters Degree in Human Physiology from Georgetown University, followed by an M.D. degree from Georgetown as well. He completed a residency in internal medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York. In addition, he served as Chief Resident at Mount Sinai. This was followed by a Cardiology Fellowship and Cardiac Electrophysiology Fellowship, both at the University of Pennsylvania, in Philadelphia, PA.
Dr. Grubman has more than 20 years of experience in caring for patients with all heart rhythm disorders. He is among the pioneers in leadless pacemaker implantation. He is an expert in the care of patients with all types of pacemakers, defibrillators (including biventricular devices) and those needing cardiac ablation.
Education & Training
- FellowshipUniversity of Pennsylvania School of Medicine (1998)
- FellowshipUniversity of Pennsylvania School of Medicine (1996)
- Chief Medical ResidentThe Mount Sinai Hospital (1994)
- Intern and Resident in MedicineThe Mount Sinai Hospital (1993)
- MDGeorgetown University (1990)
- MSGeorgetown University (1986)
- BADartmouth College, Biochemistry (1984)
- Section Coordinator - Yale Affiliated Hospitals ProgramNew Haven, CT, United States 2020I am responsible for coordinating the Cardiology Portion of the Yale Affiliated Hospitals Program
|Connecticut Chapter, American College of Cardiology||I am currently a Councilor for the Connecticut Chapter of the American College of Cardiology, which is the governing board of this chapter||2020 - Present|
|Journal of Cardiac Electrophysiology||I am a reviewer for this journal. I'm not exactly sure of the start date.||2018 - Present|
|Pierson College||I am a fellow in Pierson College and serve as an advisor for first and second year undergraduate students||2017 - Present|
|Heart Rhythm Case Reports||I am a regular reviewer for this journal||2017 - Present|