Loyola University Medical Center offers a 12-month Advanced Cardiovascular Imaging Fellowship Training Program which is designed to provide the training and experience needed for a career in Cardiovascular Imaging.
There is one fully funded fellowship position available in any given year. As one of the leading heart centers in the nation, Loyola offers the ability to gain experience in a wide variety of advanced cardiovascular imaging procedures.
The Advanced Imaging Fellowship is a 12-month training program with in-depth training in both cardiovascular magnetic resonance (CMR) and computed tomography (CCT). The program is designed as an advanced fellowship position for trainees who have completed a formal three-year general cardiology fellowship. In addition to gaining the relevant knowledge of physics and instrumentation for each modality, fellows will learn to independently acquire, post-process, and interpret CMR and CCT studies.
Fellows have hands-on supervised clinical training, one-on-one teaching sessions with imaging attendings and participate in research and educational activities. The high volume of clinical studies and research opportunities provide fellows an excellent teaching environment.
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Successful completion of a three year general cardiology fellowship training is a prerequisite for the program.
To apply for the Advanced Imaging Fellowship, the following documents should be submitted to Kim Treckler:
Loyola University Medical Center
2160 South First Avenue
Building 110 - Room 6292
Maywood, IL 60153
Fax: (708) 327-2771
Email: [email protected]
Feb 25, 2022