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Society For Cardiac Robotic Navigation (Americas) is a non-profit organization. SCRN(A) was founded February 2017 by participants of the 14th International Winter Arrhythmia School in Collingwood, Ontario, Canada. In October 2017 it forged an Alliance with SCRN EU, (founded in 2015). Thus forming a Global SCRN.

Our mission statements

Believing in the future of robotics technologies on one side and recognising its under-representation in daily clinical practice on the other side,

SCRN aims to establish a platform for users of remote technology in cardiology

Although all founders are electrophysiologists, activities are not intended to be limited to this field or any particular technology.

SCRN's main principle is to remain an independent, non-profit organisation aiming to promote innovation and development in existing, upcoming and future technologies in the field.

Meet Team

SCRN is gathering best specialist around the World


Dr Eugene Crystal

President SCRN

Dr. Peter Weiss

MD MSc - Board Member SCRN(A) & Program Director SCRN2020

Dr. Pedram Kazemian

Md, MSc, MPH, FRCPC, FACC, FACP - Board Member SCRN(A) & Head Clinical Research Committee SCRN(A)

Dr. Gurjit Singh

MD Board Member SCRN(A) & Head Membership Committee

Dr. Mohammad Ali Tavallaei

PhD, MSc, BSc Board Member SCRN(A) & Head Experimental Research Committee SCRN(A)


Our SCRN Members support our efforts and activities on an annual basis.

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SCRN(A) Activities

Meeting and Events

Meetings & Events

SCRN (A) organizes frequent meetings such as the Annual Meetings and the Breakfast Meetings. Learn more about SCRN's next upcoming events.

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Research and Studies

SCRN (A) is taking the drivers seats in important robotic studies to advance technology development

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SCRN is recommending these free-access publications that are currently available from the U.S. National Institutes of Health's National Library of Medicine via its PubMed Central

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Best practices of robots

Robotic Best Practices

SCRN(A) is working on the development of Best Practices Guidelines. As interim references please find out more about guidelines provided by industry.

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SCRN (A) will post registries of interest in the near future. Further information will follow soon.

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Training and Employment

Training & Employment

SCRN (A) is glad to offer assistance in developing your career. Looking for training or the next step in your robotic career,? Learn more in this section.

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SCRN Meeting Portfolio


First AnnuaL SCRN Meeting 2016

Amsterdam October 20-21 2016

The first Inaugural Meeting of SCRN took place at the Doubletree by Hilton Hotel in Amsterdam on 20-21 October 2016. The audience of a little under 50 participants had a first glimpse of what SCRN stands for and was given the opportunity to listen and contribute to discussions from speakers own-site as well as video presentations from the United Kingdom.

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Lisbon meeting 2017

Second Annual SCRN Meeting

Lisbon October 19-20 2017

The second meeting of SCRN was hosted by Prof. Pedro Adragāo, at Hospital Da Luz on 19-20 October 2017. The audience watches live cases from Lisbon as well as boxed cases. The comfortable auditorium of Da Luz Hospital was the perfect setting for engaged discussions, in-depth presentations and new ideas around the use of robotic technologies in medicine.

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Miami meeting

Third Annual SCRN Meeting

Miami October 17-18, 2018

SCRN's third Annual meeting in Miami was unique, in the sense that it was the first Annual Meeting of SCRN held in the USA. The Annual Meetings will continue to alternate between Europe and America so all members of the SCRN Community can be reached.

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SCRN America
p/a International Arrythmia School
2075 Bayview Ave. Room D377,