Cardiovascular Fellowship Tracks
The Division of Cardiovascular Medicine has multiple training opportunities designed to meet the most ambitious career goals of cardiovascular trainees.
General Cardiovascular Medicine Fellowship - is a three-year training program that emphasizes preparation for careers in academic cardiology by providing state-of-the-art evidence-based clinical training with excellent volume, diverse patient population and disease processes.
Interventional Cardiology Fellowship - is a one-year program that provides hand-on training in clinical interventional cardiology allowing fellows to sharpen their skills in percutaneous coronary interventional procedures and gain exposure to the latest structural heart disease percutaneous procedures.
Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology Fellowship - is a two-year training program that offers comprehensive training in invasive and non-invasive electrophysiology and pacing procedures.
Advanced Heart Failure/Cardiac Transplantation Fellowship - is a one-year training program advancing the skills of clinical interventional cardiology that allows fellows the exposure to percutaneous coronary interventional procedures and provides experience in a variety of structural heart disease percutaneous procedures and heart tranplant.
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