Fellowship Training Programs
Basic Clinical Program
Our goal is to instruct fellows in evidence-based prevention, diagnosis, and management of patients with a wide variety of acute and chronic cardiovascular conditions. Our training reflects the standards of the American Board of Internal Medicine, the American College of Cardiology, and the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) program requirements for residency education in cardiovascular disease.
The Division works collaboratively and on an interdisciplinary basis with faculty across the Health System; our trainees, as well as our patients, have access to physicians and staff who are highly trained and deeply committed to patient care. UVA Medical Center includes modern and spacious clinical laboratories, patient care units, and work areas for clinical and research fellows. Research facilities are extensive, with laboratories for large-animal surgery, cellular electrophysiology, smooth muscle research, and animal catheterization.
We include a slideshow of our annual event welcoming our new fellows into the program; we believe that friendly social relationships promote success in cardiovascular medicine.
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Advanced Research Programs
Our research facilities are extensive and include laboratories for large animal surgery, cellular electrophysiology, smooth muscle research, and animal catheterization.
Cardiovascular research holds enormous promise to bring new and innovative strategies in the diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular disease. Physicians who have already completed their basic subspecialty training in cardiovascular medicine may seek addition training in the following programs.
Program with Emergency Medicine Department
Cardiovascular Emergencies for Emergency Medicine residents