Fellow and Resident Boot Camp at SCCT2017
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Following the successful 2016 pre-program session specifically for Fellows and Residents interested in learning more about cardiovascular CT, SCCT2017 is now offering two "Boot Camp” sessions as part of the regular SCCT2017 program!

Designed by members of the SCCT Program Committee with input from the Fellows and Residents in Training (FiRST) committee, these sessions will cover the clinical aspects of cardiovascular CT, including appropriate indications and applications of this powerful technology, as well as highlight potential career paths in cardiovascular CT in both private practice and academia. All radiology residents and cardiology fellows who are planning on attending SCCT2017 are encouraged to attend.

 

View the schedule for Session 1 and Session 2 below:

 

Cardiovascular CT Boot Camp Session 1: Fellows and Residents
Friday, July 7, 2017 
3:45 pm - 5:00 pm

Chairs:

Andrew D. Choi, MD, FSCCT

James Lee, MD


3:45 PM Advice to Early Career Residents and Fellows Seeking to Practice Cardiovascular CT 
- Ron Blankstein, MD, FSCCT

4:00 PM How to Succeed in Cardiovascular CT Research - Udo Hoffmann, MD, MPH

4:15 PM Tips for Successful Manuscript Writing: Advice from the JCCT Editor - Stephan Achenbach, MD, FSCCT

4:30PM Advanced Cardiovascular Imaging Training Programs and Board Certification - Christopher D. Maroules, MD, FSCCT

4:45 PM Transition from Residency/Fellowship to Successful Cardiovascular CT in Practice - Jeannie Yu, MD, FSCCT

 

 

Cardiovascular CT Boot Camp Session 2: Fellows and Residents

Saturday, July 8, 2017 3:00 pm - 4:15 pm

 

Chairs:

James Lee, MD

Dustin M. Thomas, MD, FSCCT

 

3:00 PM Cardiovascular CT for Stenosis and Plaque Assessment - Parham Eshtehardi, MD

3:15 PM Assessment of Cardiovascular Chamber Sizes and Function - Emilio Fentanes, MD

3:30 PM Non-Coronary Cardiovascular Findings to Remember - Ravi K. Sharma, MD, FSCCT

3:45 PM Non-Cardiovascular Findings to Know - Prashant Nagpal, MD

4:00 PM Putting it All Together: How I Read and Report a Cardiovascular CT Study -  James Lee, MD

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