Dr. Dyrda has degrees in Engineering Physics from Queen’s University and in Medicine from the University of Ottawa. She continued her training in Internal Medicine at Queen’s University and in adult Cardiology at the University of Montreal. She then pursued a fellowship in interventional electrophysiology starting at the Montreal Heart Institute and continuing at the Leiden University Medical Centre in the Netherlands. She has a particular interest and expertise in complex ablation. She currently works at the Montreal Heart Institute and is an Associate professor at the University of Montreal. She is the director of the arrhythmia outpatient and atrial fibrillation clinics and in charge of academic affairs as EP program director while combining medicine and engineering in her research work.