The International Interventional Structural Heart Disease Fellowship Program at the University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital (UM/JMH) is directed by Eduardo de Marchena, MD with the support of Drs. Mauricio Cohen, Carlos Alfonso, Michael Dyal, Alan Schob, Cesar Mendoza, and Alexander Ferreira. The fellowship is comprised of a one-year program, which functions as an integral component of the subspecialty programs in cardiology, interventional cardiology and the categorical residency program in internal medicine.
The program is designed to provide training in structural heart disease procedures for fellows with prior cardiac catheterization and interventional cardiology experience. Candidates for the International Interventional Structural Heart Disease Fellowship Program should be highly qualified physicians with a minimum of 12 months’ experience in cardiac catheterization and coronary angiography. Training focuses on the comprehensive acute, chronic and preventive care of adults, with adults with heart disease being defined as anyone over the age of sixteen. The goal of training in structural heart disease Interventions is to provide physicians with a broad perspective in the care of the adult patient with complex structural heart disease.
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Applicants must satisfy the following requirements by the beginning of the program:
Applications must consist of the documents listed below.
Nov 03, 2021
Palm Beach Gardens, Florida