Cardiovascular Imaging Fellowship Program
Director: Christopher Kramer, MD
Please Note: All positions are filled until July 1, 2024.
UVA’s advanced fellowship in cardiovascular imaging trains fellows in using cutting-edge technology that, in turn, facilitates a better understanding of the mechanisms of heart disease and cardiac physiology and pathophysiology.
Specific program goals include:
- providing competence in technical aspects of imaging
- providing competence in cardiac physiology and pathophysiology
- studying and developing innovative methods of imaging
The Advanced Cardiovascular Imaging Fellowship Program is supported by a training grant from the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (NIBIB).
A list of faculty who teach and/or conduct research in cardiovascular imaging is available here:
We welcome your interest in the UVA Cardiovascular Imaging Fellowship Program. For more information, call or send an email to:
Kara Watts, Cardiovascular Imaging fellowship coordinator