Cardiology Fellowship Programs
UT Southwestern’s cardiology fellowships provide trainees with exciting opportunities to advance their knowledge and careers, and the field of medicine itself.
Our clinical programs emphasize state-of-the-art clinical training with excellent volumes and faculty supervision, integrated with didactic instruction and innovative research. Postdoctoral research fellows will find a broad range of training opportunities in several laboratories, with the major focus on cardiomyocyte biology.
We offer cardiology fellowship programs in three broad areas:
- Develop leaders in cardiology who will generate new knowledge, implement innovative practices, and advance education locally, nationally, and internationally.
- Train broadly competent, highly skilled cardiovascular specialists from diverse backgrounds who strive for clinical excellence and who practice equitable, compassionate, patient-centered care.
- Create individualized training pathways that foster unique, fulfilling, and impactful careers.
- Produce lifelong learners who are intellectually curious, discerning, and adaptable to future changes and challenges in healthcare.
- Create a learning environment that promotes and values diversity, collegiality, and individual well-being.
The Division of Cardiology currently has 40 fellows in its various programs, drawn from the top medical schools in the country.
The quality of the fellowship program is rooted in a culture that prizes both research and medical care, as well as collegiality, diversity, and mentorship.
As Dr. Joseph Hill, chief of cardiology, puts it: "You decide where you're going, and we'll help you get there."
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