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Fellows in the cardiology fellowship at
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center are exposed to a wide range of
clinical and research experiences. The 36-month program prepares them for
successful careers as clinicians, researchers and leaders in the cardiology
community. Roles and responsibilities transition over the course of training,
with the first year primarily focused on acquisition of clinical skills, the
second year on advancing clinical responsibility as well as significant
protected research time and the final year predominantly dedicated to research,
with the opportunity for clinical activities tailored to the fellow’s
individual training goals.
Fellows rotate through five areas of clinical service on a monthly basis:
Cardiology fellows typically have 16 months
dedicated for research training. The
depth and breadth of pediatric research at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital in
general and specifically within the Heart Institute provides unparalleled
opportunities to advance pediatric cardiovascular medicine through clinical or
laboratory research. Research performed by cardiology fellows is supported by
the Heart Institute Research Core (HIRC), a unit dedicated to innovation in
clinical and translational cardiovascular science. HIRC facilitates the design
and implementation of research studies, the dissemination and application of
findings and the development of research professionals. To accomplish the
specific goals of his or her research project, the fellow works with an
assigned project manager to lead a customized research team selected from a cadre
of more than 40 research professionals, including clinical research
coordinators, research nurses, biostatisticians, business and administrative
personnel and biomedical informatics and data management experts.
The Heart Institute at Cincinnati Children’s
Hospital Medical Center provides advanced training for qualified and motivated
fellows to gain the skills, knowledge and experience necessary for a successful
academic career. In general, advanced
trainees will have completed three years of pediatric cardiology training,
although opportunities are available for other sub-specialty-trained applicants
(e.g., pediatric critical care and adult cardiology) who wish to pursue
advanced pediatric cardiology training.
Advanced fellowship training is available in:
Inquiries for fourth-year positions may be made through either Program Director Jeanne James, MD, or through the individual subsection directors as listed above.
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