Cardiology trainees begin the program with 2 years of clinical training including rotations in cardiac catheterization, echocardiography, nuclear cardiology, electrophysiology, adult congenital heart disease, heart failure and transplantation, cardiac consultation, coronary care ICU, and outpatient ambulatory cardiovascular care. There are currently seven (7) trainees accepted into the program each year. After completion of initial clinical training, trainees will join either the Academic Investigator track or the Master Clinician track. Participants in the Academic Investigator track will complete a 3rd (and optional 4th) year of research in basic sciences, health services, population science or clinical investigation under the guidance of a research mentor. Participants in the Master Clinician track will complete an integrated 3rd year of advanced clinical and research training. Application to our training program is made via the ERAS online application system. All positions are filled via the National Residency Match Program.
For more details on the program, see the online Program Brochure.