Dustin Nash, MD The fellowship has established a textbook library available to all pediatric cardiology fellows. Research. Fourth-year advanced training opportunities have traditionally been offered in every subspecialty. Note: we are not accepting any more candidates for our fourth year fellowships. Erika Mejia, MD Andrea Jones, MD Contact Meryl S. Cohen, MD, Program Director, at 215-590-3274 or firstname.lastname@example.org. University of Washington, 2011 Fellows are required to learn and review methods for taking an adult cardiac history and physical examination, and to competently make informed diagnostic and therapeutic decisions based on patient information, current scientific evidence and clinical judgment. Current Position(s): Director of Quality, Cardiac Critical Care, UCSF, CA, Monique Bohun Andrea Jones, MD Fellows are excused from all clinical activities on Thursdays between 10-11:30am to attend these sessions. This includes a brief patient history, imaging and catheterization data, and a discussion of the planned procedure. The catheterization data and images are presented by the fellow involved in the procedure, or the faculty if no fellow assisted. Fellows receive four weeks of vacation per year. Faculty — Geoffrey Bird, MD, Joshua Blinder, MD, Marissa Brunetti, MD, Jodi Chen, MD, Andrew Costarino, MD, Aaron DeWitt, MD, Monique Gardner, MD, Michael Goldsmith, MD, David Hehir, MD, Benjamin Kozyak, MD, Felina Mille, MD, Maryam Naim, MD, Stacie Peddy, MD, Joseph Rossano, MD, Amy Romer, MD. Jeremiah Joyce, MD The Pediatric Cardiology Fellowship began in 1960 and is one of the oldest continuously running programs of its kind in the country. Advanced imaging modalities are also introduced including 3D imaging and deformation imaging. The Pediatric Cardiology Fellowship at the University of Michigan is nationally renowned for exceptional education in pediatric cardiology within a unique culture which fosters support and exploration. Ari Gartenberg, MD Week 4 – Research Contact Mark A. Fogel, MD, Program Director, at 215-590-3354 or email@example.com, or Matthew A. Harris, MD, Associate Program Director, at 215-590-3354 or firstname.lastname@example.org. These clinics are staffed by two (2) attendings. Meryl Cohen, MD — Echocardiography, Cardiac Care Unit (CCU) Advanced Training: Imaging, University of Alberta Fellows meet with their mentors 6-8 times per year to discuss work/life balance, career paths, review of evaluations and any concerns during training. Therese Giglia, MD — Cardiac Anticoagulation and Thrombosis Laurie Armsby, M.D., FAAP, FSCAI Fellows will receive a review of the research curriculum and expectations in the fall of their first year and work with their clinical faculty mentor to identify a research faculty mentor by the end of the first year. Learn to compare and contrast different types of MRIs (e.g. Susan Schachtner, MD — Cardiac Care Unit, Outpatient, Alexander Davidson, MD — Pulmonary Hypertension The standard pediatric cardiology fellowship is a three-year program at Boston Childrenâs Hospital. Our two congenital cardiothoracic surgeons, Dr. Irving Shen and Dr. Ashok Muralidaran, together with two advanced practice providers, perform all congenital cardiac surgical procedures with the exception of heart transplantation for which we closely collaborate with internationally recognized pediatric heart transplant centers. Advanced Training: Imaging, Children’s Hospital Colorado Current Position(s): Assistant Professor, Director of Outreach, OHSU Advanced Training: Fetal/Imaging, OHSU Dustin Nash, MD, Chitra Ravishankar, MD and Moli Yin, MD Once completed, these files are sent to the director(s) for review. These months include rotations on the inpatient and â¦ Coordinator, Pediatric Cardiology Fellowship Program, To develop outstanding clinical pediatric cardiologists, To provide a rigorous scholarly experience preparing graduates for a fulfilling academic career, To train future leaders in Pediatric Cardiology, To capitalize on unique aspects of OHSU in order to enrich the training experience and teach unique skills that may not be offered at other programs, To provide a rigorous training experience while nurturing personal well being. David Goldberg, MD — Echocardiography, Single Ventricle Program, Outpatient The Pediatric Cardiology Fellowship at Baylor College of Medicine is designed for three years of clinical and research training. Three (3) letters of recommendation (LORs), All supporting documents (CV, transcripts, LORs etc.) Chitra Ravishankar, MD — Cardiac Care Unit The Division of Pediatric Cardiology was established in 1969 by James DuShane, M.D., also one of the founders of the Section on Cardiology of the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Subboard of Pediatric Cardiology of the American Board of Pediatrics. Second Monday — Radiology Conference Room, Level G, Perelman Center Fellows work with research mentors as well as a Scholarly Oversight Committee, responsible for providing individual guidance and support to each fellow. Medical Director — Michael Quartermain, MD, Faculty — Anirban Banerjee, MD, Meryl S. Cohen, MD, Karl Degenhardt, MD, PhD, Aaron Dorfman, MD, Stanford Ewing, MD, Christine Falkensammer, MD, Mark Fogel, MD,Marie Gleason, MD, David Goldberg, MD, Betsy Goldmuntz, MD, Alexa Hogarty, MD, Matthew Jolley, MD, Laura Mercer-Rosa, MD, Sumekala Nadaraj, MD, Shobha Natarajan, MD, Matthew O’Connor, MD, Jack Rychik, MD, Jill Savla, MD, Amanda Shillingford, MD, Mohamed Seliem, MD, Paul Stephens, MD, Anita Szwast, MD, Carol Wittlieb-Weber, MD. Fellows train at Spectrum Health Helen DeVos Childrenâs Hospital, one of 250 freestanding childrenâs hospitals in the nation. Fellows Room, Eighth Floor, 8NW25 (confirm weekly with Cardiology Fellows), 4 p.m. — Fetal Heart Conference Rachel Shustak, MD, Justin Berger, MD (Front row) Justin Berger, MD, Jarrett Linder, MD, Matthew Campbell, MD, Dustin Nash, MD and David Finkelstein, MD, Meryl S. Cohen, MD Training eligibility varies by subspecialty, though most applicants commonly will have completed a three-year fellowship in pediatric cardiology and/or pediatric critical care medicine. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us. A non-discrimination and harassment policy is strictly enforced. The Cardiac Care Unit (CCU) rotation is designed for the fellow to develop expertise in the acute and chronic medical management of infants and children diagnosed with congenital and acquired heart disease. Interventional Cardiology, Eric Johnson Medical/Surgical Conference (Fridays): Our combined cardiology/cardiothoracic surgery conference reviews all patients scheduled for surgery during the following week. Fellows will learn to perform a thorough cardiac-focused history and physical examination. Pediatric Residency, University of Washington/Seattle Children's Hospital, 2020, Mohammad Alnoor, M.D. Faculty — Anirban Banerjee, MD, Meryl Cohen, MD, David J. Goldberg, MD, Paul Farrell, MD, Shobha Natarajan, MD, Stephen Paridon, MD, Susan Schachtner, MD, Paul Stephens, MD, Anita Szwast, MD. Pediatric cardiology fellows are an integral part of all the services provided by the division. Andrew Glatz, MD — Interventional Cardiology Faculty from across the cardiac program contribute to the pediatric cardiology fellows’ didactic curriculum, which is updated each year and based in part on the content guidelines of the American Board of Pediatrics Subspecialty Examination. We offer an exciting, in-depth and high-quality experience for our fellows. We have an established track record of education, and have long been recognized as preparing residents to excel in cardiology fellowship â¦ Our program offers an accredited 3-year training program with positions available to 1-2 fellows per year. Hope Auditorium, Second Floor Main, 3 p.m. — Cardiac Thrombosis Rounds Laura Mercer-Rosa, MD — Cardiology Pediatric Residency, University of Texas-Houston, 2018 The entire committee will meet with the fellow and research mentor two to three times in the second and third year of training to ensure project feasibility, timeliness and efforts toward completion. Additional exposure is given in the following subspecialty areas: In addition, five-six total months of research time is included in this year. There are also opportunities to pursue advanced training in adult congenital heart disease, heart failure/transplant, cardiac pathology, pulmonary hypertension, exercise physiology and research. Advanced Training: Air Force The ability of the cardiologist to provide precise anatomic diagnosis is essential to effective treatment including surgical intervention for the most complex congenital defects. Director, Pediatric Cardiology Fellowship Program email@example.com, Christina Ronai, M.D., M.S.Ed. Must be eligible for board certification in pediatrics by the American Board of Pediatrics. Echo Lab Conference Room, Third Floor, Main, 8:15 a.m. — Echocardiography Conference We encourage fellows to follow patients with acquired and congenital heart disease throughout their course of treatment — from inpatient unit, emergency department or primary caregiver referral to diagnosis and subsequent medical and/or surgical intervention and post-operative care. The University of Washington Pediatric Cardiology Training Program will produce pediatric cardiologists with the cognitive and procedural expertise to provide excellent care to children with cardiovascular disease and the academic skills to make meaningful scholarly contributions. A core mission of the Division of Pediatric Cardiology at Vanderbilt is âto prepare the next generation of physicians to practice the clinical science of Pediatric Cardiology and to develop expertise in clinical or basic research.â Creighton University School of Medicine, 2015 Indications for fetal echocardiography, counseling of families and plan of delivery are covered during the rotation. Examples of scholarly activity work products per the American Board of Pediatrics may include: In the fall of the second year, depending on personal academic and career goals, the fellow may wish to consider applying for the Master of Science in Clinical Epidemiology (MSCE) or Master of Science in Translational Research programs offered by the University of Pennsylvania and/or the Division-sponsored NIH T32 funding grant. In the third year of fellowship, trainees will complete the formal research block (and the required scholarly work product for professional board exam eligibility) and resume clinical work in the CICU and various cardiology clinical laboratories. “Senior” fellows are expected to assume a greater degree of responsibility on these rotations, often taking on certain teaching responsibilities to junior fellows and residents that are commensurate with their experience, as determined and supervised by attending faculty. You will find that while the faculty and your co-fellows are committed to providing excellence in clinical care, and in contributing to the education and scholarship within our field, we are also well-rounded individuals devoted to our families and engaged in a variety of leisure activities. Professor of Pediatrics, Laura Mercer-Rosa, MD Application checklist (all submitted through ERAS): Medical Student Performance Evaluation (MSPE) from medical school, United States Medical Licensing Exam (USMLE) scores. Trevor Williams, MD A sample curriculum is provided; however, one of the strengths of our program is that we are able to tailor each fellow’s training in a way that best suits their anticipated career direction, while at the same time providing a solid foundation of the fundamentals of our field. Childrenâs Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMCâs Pediatric Cardiology Fellowship Program provides a comprehensive training program for fellows interested in leading the field of pediatric cardiology. Clinical rotations are interspersed across the three years of training so as to continually strengthen your knowledge and skill sets. In addition to meeting with the SOC, fellows have an opportunity at least once per year in the second and third year to present research to division faculty and peers at Fellows’ Research Conference. David Finkelstein, MD, Amy Romer MD, Dustin Nash, MD, Rachel Shustak, MD and Andrea Jones, MD. The pediatric cardiology fellowship within the Herma Heart Institute (HHI) provides superior training in one of the nation's largest pediatric cardiology, cardiac surgery and cardiovascular research centers. a multi-year or multi-facility clinical trial), February — Cardiology Update (“CHOP Conference”). Additional didactic sessions are provided by pediatric critical care, the Stanford Heart Transplant Program, the adult cardiology service, and the adult congenital cardiology program. Funds are available for fellows through grant opportunities or in discussion with the fellowship program director to support expenses to present their research at a regional or a national conference. Part of our commitment to our fellows is to help them achieve their ideal position following graduation. Responsibilities include: Medical Director — Chitra Ravishankar, MD, Faculty — Julie Brothers, MD, Aaron Dorfman, MD, Stanford Ewing, MD, Christine Falkensammer, MD, Matthew Harris, MD, Alexa Hogarty, MD, Robert Palermo, DO, Paul Stephens, MD, Kevin Whitehead, MD. Fellows are encouraged to submit posters and abstracts to major cardiology conferences. Eighth Floor Conference Room, 8NW27, 7:30 a.m. — Post-catheterization Conference Stokes Auditorium, First Floor Main, 7:30 a.m. — Pre-Surgical Conference A wide array of fellowship programs are based at Seattle Children's, one of the top 10 children's hospitals in the United States and the major pediatric referral center in our four-state region â Washington, Alaska, Montana and Idaho (WAMI). The pediatric cardiology fellowship at Spectrum Health, in partnership with Michigan State University College of Human Medicine, is a three year program accepting two fellows per year. Twenty-four months are dedicated to subspecialty clinical training, designed for the trainee to develop the needed knowledge and skills for the practice of pediatric cardiology. During your interview, you will have a chance to meet with a number of our faculty and fellows, and we will provide you additional information about our program and facilities. Bethan Lemley, MD Current Position(s): St Mary’s Health & Vascular Center, MN, Sunil Saharan A weekly didactic echocardiography laboratory conference and three teaching sessions a week conducted by faculty and the senior noninvasive imaging fellow(s) provide multiple opportunities for trainees to develop and enhance their technical skills and fund of knowledge. B.S. Kasey Chaszczewski, MD Pediatric Cardiology (Pediatrics) Pediatric Critical Care Medicine (Pediatrics) ... ACGME/RCPSC/UCNS Fellowship - December Cycle: 15 specialties, 0 new for ERAS 2021 Complex General Surgical Oncology (Surgery) Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery (OB/GYN) Since its inception, more tâ¦ Fellows are expected to participate in the review of articles. Learn the segmental approach to cardiac diagnosis and the morphologic method of cardiac description and become acquainted with a wide variety of congenital heart defects. Current Position(s): Assistant Professor, Oregon Health Sciences University Advanced Training: Cath, Boston Children’s Hospital The tasks of appropriately utilizing information technology to optimize patient care, providing sensitive counseling to families, and collaborating with other members of the allied health team to refer patients from other units and specialty disciplines for further cardiac screening create a focus on practice-based learning. Fellows are encouraged to attend annual professional meetings in order to meet and learn from expert faculty in the field and to network with alumni and peers: CHOP's Annual Cardiology Conference Philadelphia, PA 19104. Fellows’ Office, Eighth Floor Main, 8NW27, 7:30 a.m. — Fellows’ Research Conference Pediatric Cardiology Fellowship. Fellows’ clinical and academic progress is monitored via monthly rotation evaluations as well as a semi-annual review process supervised by our Clinical Competency Committee (CCC), which measures Fellows’ professional growth and achievement of pediatric subspecialty training milestones in accordance with the six (6) ACGME-defined core competency areas. The goal of the consult service rotation, undertaken in the fellow’s second and/or third year, is to ensure that the fellow fully develops the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to provide cardiology consultation service in the evaluation and treatment of infants, children, adolescents and adults with acquired and congenital cardiac disease. Meghan Metcalf, MD B.A. In addition to this curriculum, weekly and monthly didactic sessions are provided by the echo staff, electrophysiology staff, and the cardiovascular surgeons. The Pediatric Cardiology Fellowship provides full and comprehensive services for complex congenital and acquired heart disease, including outpatient and inpatient evaluation and management, affiliation with a strong pediatric cardiothoracic surgery, interventional and diagnostic catheterization, cardiac transplantation, ventricular â¦ Interviews will be offered between August-November, 2020. During this rotation fellows become familiar with all aspects of care for critically ill cardiac patients including: Cardiology fellows work closely with critical care, cardiac anesthesia and cardiac surgery fellows in the management of all patients in the CICU, including pre- and post-operative care and participation in invasive procedures. (Learn more about the Pediatric Cardiac Critical Care Fellowship). This policy applies to all candidates for employment (other than those with regularly scheduled hours in New Jersey) for all positions, including those covered by the Collective Bargaining Agreement. The Pediatric Cardiology Fellowship Training Program began at the University of Colorado School of Medicine (CU SOM) Department of Pediatrics and Children's Hospital Colorado in 1971. The rotation schedule consists of 26 two-week blocks per academic year. Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Lindsay Rogers, MD — Echocardiography, Outpatient, Jodi Chen, MD — Cardiac Critical Care In recent years, the noninvasive imaging (echo and MRI), interventional cardiology, electrophysiology and cardiac critical care practice groups have recruited trainees on a regular basis. We are the only pediatric cardiology fellowship program in Oregon and one of two programs in the gorgeous Pacific Northwest. There are five pediatric cardiology fellows each year. Fellows will: Faculty — Danielle Burnstein, MD, Jonathan Edelson, MD, Kimberly Lin, MD, Joseph Rossano, MD, Carol Wittlieb-Weber, MD. Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Lindsay Rogers, MD Current Position(s): Assistant Professor, University of Oklahoma Heart Center, Cesar Gonzalez Oregon Health & Science University is dedicated to improving the health and quality of life for all Oregonians through excellence, innovation and leadership in health care, education and research. B.S. Faculty — Julie Brothers, MD, Danielle Burnstein, MD, Alexa Hogarty, MD, Carol Wittlieb-Weber, MD, Paul Stephens, MD. Large CICU Conference Room, 6S60. It is recommended that prospective advanced trainees contact the section director(s) with specific questions and concerns. M.D. To further enhance our trainees’ opportunities for success and assist them with both navigating the transition from general to subspecialty practice and meeting their professional goals and academic requirements, each trainee is paired with a personal faculty mentor and a research faculty mentor during fellowship. The fellows are expected to participate in all aspects of patient care within The Heart Center and scholarly activities. This includes those children with idiopathic PH, congenital heart disease with associated pulmonary vascular disease, cardiomyopathy with severe restrictive physiology, pulmonary vein stenosis/occlusion and right heart failure from PH associated with chronic lung disease. Celena Green. Job applicants who apply after July 1, 2014 will be expected to sign an attestation stating they’ve been free of nicotine or tobacco products in any form for the prior thirty (30) days. The fellowship in pediatric cardiology at UCSF combines clinical and research training, with the goal of producing well-rounded, academically-oriented pediatric cardiologists. We are pleased that you are interested in our program and are excited to show you the world-class training available at our Heart Center. Advanced Training: Imaging, Stanford Eighth Floor Conference Room, 8 NW 27, 7:30 a.m. — Clinical Case Conference While the outcomes-based core curriculum is intentionally highly structured and rigorous, fellows take an active role in shaping their own education through formal program evaluation, annual fellowship retreat and class representative participation on the Program Evaluation Committee (PEC) and other committees. Director, Pediatric Cardiology Fellowship Program, Christina Ronai, M.D., MSEd The echo lab, operating room, pediatric ICU, wards, and continuity clinic are all located within Doernbecher.
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