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Fellowship Structure

The fellowship program is structured to ensure graduates are completely facile with all aspects of contemporary cardiology and are qualified to function as consulting subspecialists in any clinical venue. Beyond this, the program is intentionally flexible so that it can support a variety of different career goals, including clinical practice, hospital based subspecialty practice, and basic and clinical research. The first year of the fellowship is structured and comprised of rotations exposing the fellow to all the major areas of cardiology.

The second and third years are less structured and include time for research rotations, during which the fellow is expected to identify an area of interest and to produce a substantial work of scholarship. Time can be used for clinical electives including cardiac CT and MR, vascular imaging, pediatric cardiology and adult congenital disease.

Fourth year Interventional Cardiology, Advanced Heart Failure and Transplant and Electrophysiology fellowship positions are available.

CCU – 2 rotations

Consults – 2 rotations

EP – 1 rotation

Echo – 2 rotations

Cath – 3 rotations

Cardiac CT / MR – 1 rotation

Research – 1 rotation

CCU – 1 rotations

Consults – 1 rotation

EP – 1 rotation

Echo – 1 rotation

Nuclear / MR – 2 rotation

Cath – 2 rotations

Research – 1-4 rotations

CCU – 1 rotation

Echo – 1 rotation

Nuclear – 2 rotations

Cath – 2 rotations

Cardiac CT / MR – 1 rotation

Research – 1-5 rotations


Weekly Conference Schedule


Echo/ Nuclear/ CT


Case Conference


ECG Interpretations


Cath Conference


Journal Club/ Pathology/ MR


EP Conference


Core Curriculum / Cardiology Grand Rounds

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