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Advanced Cardiovascular Imaging Fellowship
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Advanced Cardiovascular Imaging Fellowship at UC San Diego

UC San Diego Medical Centers


Program Director:  Anthony N. DeMaria, MD


Course Website


Start Date:  7/1/2020

Location:                                                             Contact Info:

UC San Diego Medical Center                     Director Name:  Anthony DeMaria, M.D.

9434 Medical Center Drive                           Contact Name:  Kate Greathouse

La Jolla, CA 92037                                            Contact email:


The Advanced Cardiovascular Imaging Fellowship at UC San Diego is a 12 month multimodality fellowship training opportunity conducted at the UC San Diego affiliated hospitals encompassing cardiovascular MRI and CT, echocardiography, and nuclear cardiology.  The training exposure will be composed of a core curriculum and modified with specific goals and time commitment of the trainee.  The curriculum includes direct observation/performance/supervision of exams, formal coursework, interdisciplinary conferences and research.  Coursework will be taught by faculty in Cardiology, Radiology and Biomedical Engineering.  Advanced Imaging Fellows will contribute to monthly interdisciplinary imaging conferences for general Cardiology fellows and Radiology residents.  Participation in imaging research is expected during fellowship, mentorship will be arranged according to the interest of the fellow.  Opportunities exist for imaging projects in preclinical and clinical/translational environments.


Applicants should expect to complete an ACGME accredited Cardiovascular Diseases fellowship or Radiology residency before July 1st.  Candidates must be US citizens or green card holders.  Send cover letter, CV and three letters of recommendations to Kate Greathouse at