Division of Cardiology

Adult Clinical Cardiology Fellowship Program

Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Montefiore Medical Center 

Attending physician Michael Johnson (right) supervises a fellow performing a left heart catheterization.

An ACGME-certified Cardiology Fellowship Program

Program Structure/Overview
A rigorous clinical and research fellowship program to train academic cardiovascular sub-specialists, including basic scientists, clinical investigators, and highly skilled cardiovascular consultants and educators.

Faculty and Administration
Faculty listing, by subspecialty, and program administrators.

Application and Admission
Details of the applicant selection process: application materials, review, interviews and site visits.

Clinical practice rotations in consultative cardiology and the coronary care units (CCUs), echocardiography, electrophysiology, heart failure and transplantation, interventional cardiology, and nuclear cardiology.

Trainees participate in and initiate research supported by the Division Chief and the Program Director. Pathways include Focused Mentored Clinical Research, Clinical Research Training Program leading to a Master of Science degree in clinical research methods, Clinical Trials Unit (clinical pharmacology), and Myocardial and Vascular Cell and Molecular Biology Research (MVCMB).

Housing & Parking
Montefiore Medical Center provides subsidized housing.

Contact Information
Administrative faculty, site directors, program administrators, mailing address, important phone numbers, and email addresses.

Evaluation Process
Critical, constructive review at all levels, including fellows, faculty, program directors and the chief. The academic core competencies that form the evaluation criteria.


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