The UW Advanced Cardiac Imaging fellowship is a one-year training program. Our program accepts one fellow per year. Applicants who have completed general cardiology fellowship training are welcome to apply.
The major purpose of this fellowship training is to prepare individuals for careers in academic medicine. It is anticipated that at the end of their training, these highly qualified and skilled individuals will be able to launch on a productive research and clinical career. It is expected that fellows will achieve level III certification in echocardiography and either be eligible to become directors of academic echocardiography laboratories or to work as multimodality imagers and researchers in academic medical centers.
The curriculum is tailored to the background of the applicant, but opportunities will provide for advanced training in Transthoracic echocardiography, Transesophageal echocardiography, Dobutamine and Exercise Echocardiography, Computed tomography, Magnetic resonance imaging, Nuclear SPECT and PET imaging.
Fellows will be expected to participate in research and educational initiatives during their training.
How to Apply
Submit the following documents:
1. Curriculum vitae
2. Research Experience
3. Personal Statement
4. USMLE Transcript (Steps 1-3)
5. Dean’s Letter
6. Medical School Transcripts
7. ECFMG Certificate and Visa Status if applicable*
8. Summative Evaluation from IM Residency and Cardiology Fellowship (if already graduated)
Please send all documents as one PDF to: email@example.com
*All applicants must have successfully completed an ACGME-accredited Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship Program prior to Advanced Cardiac Imaging training.
*See the UW Visa policies
Letters of Recommendation
Please include a letter from:
Cardiology Fellowship Program Director
Two letters from research mentors and/or cardiology faculty
Letters should address your clinical skills, research experience, and potential for an academic career. Letters should be emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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