Advanced Care and Lifelong Management Breakthrough ARVD/C Treatment

Arrhythmogenic right ventricular dysplasia (ARVD), also known as arrhythmogenic right ventricular cardiomyopathy (ARVC), is a leading cause of sudden death among young athletes but it can affect people of all ages and all activity levels.

Since 1999, our center has provided education, evaluation, treatment and research programs for patients with known or suspected ARVD/C.

Symptoms and Diagnosis

Learn more about the symptoms and diagnosis for ARVD/C.

ARVD/C Education

Our education resources provide quality information about ARVD/C. Stay informed by viewing useful websites, videos and seminars below:


Learn more about ARVD/C by watching our past seminars.

ARVD/C Resource Center

Learn more about the symptoms of ARVD/C and the diagnosis process. We provide resources for both patients and physicians to increase ARVD/C awareness.
  • Patients

    Learn more information about ARVD/C at our patient resource center.

  • Physicians

    Access ARVD/C resources to gain more information and accurately diagnosis patients.

Make a Gift

Your donation helps researchers and physicians to make breakthrough in treating Arrhythmogenic Right Ventricular Dysplasia/Cardiomyopathy (ARVD/C).


To make a gift or pledge online, please complete our secure online giving form.

Over the Phone

To speak to someone directly about making a gift, please call 410-907-5010.


Download and mail your giving form through the Heart and Vascular Institute. 

ARVD/C Research Opportunities

ARVD/C researchers are committed to gaining a better understanding of ARVD/C and developing ways to manage it. Johns Hopkins has the only program solely dedicated to understanding ARVD/C. Our program has two main registries: the ARVD/C Patient Registry and the ICD Registry, which house multiple substudies within.