Dr. Ann-Kathrin Kahle is an Electrophysiology fellow and PostDoc at University Hospital Duesseldorf and EVK Duesseldorf, Germany. Early during her medical studies in 2017, she discovered the field of cardiac arrhythmias and started working as a doctoral student and research assistant in the Department of Electrophysiology at University Heart & Vascular Center Hamburg. Following a research stay at UCLA Cardiac Arrhythmia Center in 2020, she graduated from medical school (University of Hamburg) in 2021 and completed her doctoral thesis dealing with the characterization of the arrhythmogenic substrate of reentry tachycardias using ultra-high-density mapping. Both in 2021 and 2022, she was honored to receive the 2nd place of the Young Investigator Award Arrhythmias awarded by the German Cardiac Society. Today, besides clinical work pursuing to become an Interventional Electrophysiologist, her research focus concentrates on the mechanisms and interventional treatment of complex arrhythmias.