Fellowship Programs in Cardiovascular Medicine
The UVA Division of Cardiovascular Medicine offers graduate medical education fellowships in basic cardiovascular disease, and advanced training in six cardiovascular subspecialities:
- Cardiac Valve
- Cardiovascular Imaging
- CCEP: Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology
- Heart Failure and Transplant
- Interventional Cardiology
- Vascular Medicine
All of our programs provide training of the highest caliber, in order to prepare clinicians and researchers who will serve as leaders in academic cardiovascular medicine.
The Division works collaboratively with faculty from many disciplines and departments in the School of Medicine, and fellows have access to highly trained physicians and staff who are deeply committed to patient care. The UVA Health System includes modern and spacious clinical laboratories, patient care units, and work areas for clinical and research fellows. Research facilities are extensive, with laboratories for large-animal surgery, cellular electrophysiology, smooth muscle research, and animal catheterization.
The Division of Cardiovascular Medicine Fellowship program offers fellows a unique learning opportunity through its Dominican Republic Heart Mission, a humanitarian initiative founded in 2008 and funded by the Edwards Lifesciences Fund.
For an in-depth view of the Division of Cardiovascular Medicine, go the division’s section in the Department of Medicine’s annual report.
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