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To take the most comprehensive approach to care by tapping into the knowledge of experts from a wide range of fields to work with patients on prevention, early diagnosis, and disease management.


There remains significant uncertainty about which family member will develop arrhythmogenic right ventricular cardiomyopathy (ARVC) and how best to approach longitudinal screening of at-risk family members. Our Center goals are directed toward personalization of risk assessment and management for both patients and at-risk family members.


Center Goals

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Development and validation of models for individualized ventricular arrhythmia risk prediction

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Work towards an evidence base for early detection, family screening, and family management



Achieving a better understanding of the underlying causes and the progression of ARVC enables us to develop the best approaches to diagnose and manage the disease. Research partnerships are critical components of building our knowledge. Through collaboration with ARVC experts around the world, we are better able to understand the risk factors for this specific kind of heart disease, and to develop the most targeted treatment options.


Patient Care and Community

Our comprehensive arrhythmogenic right ventricular cardiomyopathy team includes multi-disciplinary experts specialized in diagnosing, treating and researching ARVC.


Center Directors

Center Team

Brittney Murray
Genetic Counselor Manager

Crystal Tichnell
CO Senior Program Coordinator

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Your donation helps researchers and physicians to make breakthrough in identifying and treating Arrhythmogenic Right Ventricular Cardiomyopathy in patients.

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