Basic Fellowship in Cardiovascular Disease


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Pamela Mason, MD, Program Director

Basic Clinical Fellowship in Cardiovascular Disease
Program Director: Pam Mason, MD

The goal of the Basic Clinical Fellowship in Cardiovascular Disease is to instruct fellows in evidence-based prevention, diagnosis, and management of patients with a wide variety of acute and chronic cardiovascular conditions. Our training reflects the standards of the American Board of Internal Medicine, the American College of Cardiology, and the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) program requirements for residency education in cardiovascular disease.

We offer two pathways for completing an ACGME-accredited cardiovascular disease fellowship. The four-year research/clinical program is designed for fellows who want to pursue a career in academic medicine as physician-scientists. The three-year clinical training program is geared towards those who want careers as cardiologists in private practice; fellows are encouraged to undertake shortened research projects in their areas of interest.

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Victor Soukoulis, MD, Assoc. Program Director

All fellows participate in a world-class outpatient clinic during at least three of their four years. Fellows are matched with a team of attendings, nurses, and administrative support personnel with whom they remain throughout their training.

Cardiovascular disease fellows may continue their training at UVA with advanced fellowships in six different subspecialties. More
information on these programs can be found here.

All training programs are conducted at a single hospital location with state-of-the-art facilities and educational opportunities, among a collegial group of faculty who are committed to the teaching mission.

See the slideshow of our annual event welcoming new fellows.

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