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Cardiovascular Medicine

Advanced Cardiac Imaging Fellowship

The fellowship will focus on advanced echocardiographic (including intra-operative TEE and structural imaging experience) and cardiac MRI imaging (including stress, congenital, intracardiac devices) with options for increased nuclear and computerized tomography exposure. Upon completion of fellowship, the fellow will be considered Level III in both echocardiography and cardiac MRI as delineated in the ACC/AHA COCATS 4 document. The fellow will have an active role in cardiology fellow and resident training. Didactic teaching sessions with the cardiology fellowship provide a comprehensive review of multimodality cardiac imaging.

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Advanced Cardiac Imaging Fellowship

Application Information

This is a one-year program with research included. Teaching faculty includes both cardiologists and radiologists. One candidate is accepted annually; graduates from US cardiology fellowship and Foreign cardiology fellowships are eligible to apply.

Program Leadership

Program Directors
Joshua Meskin, MD
Associate Professor of Medicine
Director of the Echo Lab
Director of the Cardiovascular Clinic
Medical College of Wisconsin

Jason Rubenstein, MD
Associate Professor, Section of Electrophysiology
Co-Director, Cardiac MRI, Department of Radiology
Co-Director, Electrophysiology Fellowship
Medical College of Wisconsin

Program Coordinator
Erika Gazinski
Clinical Program Coordinator II
Division of Cardiovascular Medicine
Department of Medicine
Medical College of Wisconsin
egazinski@mcw.edu

Contact Us

Cardiovascular Medicine
MCW - The Hub for Collaborative Medicine 
8701 Watertown Plank Rd., 5th Floor
Milwaukee, WI 53226

 

Administrative Office
(414) 955-6777
(414) 955-0069 (fax)


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