Professor Elijah Behr is a Consultant Cardiologist and Electrophysiologist, specialising in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of arrhythmias, in addition to arrhythmia research as the Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine at St George’s University Hospital. He sees private patients at the Mayo Clinic Healthcare, Harley Street Clinic, and Surrey Cardiovascular Clinic.
Professor Behr earned his primary medical qualification at the University of Cambridge, after which he undertook his advanced cardiology training at St George’s Hospital. Upon completion of his training, Professor Behr was appointed Consultant in 2007 St George’s Hospital London. Since his appointment, he has regularly headed the Inherited Cardiac Conditions and Arrhythmia Clinic. He has also previously served as the President of the Association for Inherited Cardiac Conditions and has developed a focus group for the European Cardiac Arrhythmia Generics.
Professor Behr is also an active member of the scientific and clinical research community, as he has authored numerous research papers for renowned cardiology journals, in addition to being an editorial board member for the Heart Rhythm Journal and aiding in international guidelines for arrhythmia treatment and cardiac arrest. Professor Behr is also well known for his work as part of the UK 100,000 Genomes Project Cardiovascular Genome England Clinical Interpretation Partnerships.
BA(Hons) University of Cambridge
MBBS University of London
MA(Hons) University of Cambridge
MD University of London
FRCP Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians
FESC Fellow of the European Society of Cardiology