This program is designed as an advanced fellowship for fellows who have completed a formal 3-year general Cardiology fellowship.
Fellows will have hands-on supervised clinical training, one-on-one teaching sessions with Imaging faculty and participate in research and educational activities. The high volume of clinical studies and research opportunities available provide fellows with an excellent teaching environment.
The fellow will gain expertise interpretation of cardiac CT including Calcium scoring, coronary CTA, plaque analysis, anatomical and functional assessment with CT-FFR as well as extensive experience in structural 4D heart CT studies including TAVR, Valve in valve planning, Mitral and tricuspid valve procedural planning for percutaneous and surgical valve in valve, valve in MAC, left atrial appendage and pulmonary vein mapping and various adult congenital heart disease. Cardiac CT studies include evaluation of coronary artery disease, pulmonary venous anatomy, cardiac morphology and function for many complex valvular cases, many TAVR, TMRV and tricuspid interventions planning.