A structured and comprehensive training experience
The mission of the Advanced Cardiovascular Imaging Fellowship (ACIF) is to provide a structured and comprehensive training experience in multimodality cardiac imaging. Funded by the Department of Medicine, this one-year clinical fellowship is designed to provide fellows with advanced (level 3) training in cardiac MRI and cardiac CT.
Advanced training in echocardiography may also be achieved depending on the candidate’s prior experience and desired career path. We collaborate frequently with colleagues in echocardiography, nuclear cardiology, pediatric cardiology/CMR and cardiothoracic radiology.
Equipping trainees for a successful academic career in cardiology
The objective of the Advanced Cardiovascular Imaging Fellowship Program is to provide a training experience in advanced cardiac imaging that equips trainees for a successful academic career.
The imaging fellow will be responsible for organizing and directing weekly echo/multimodality imaging conferences, and will take a primary role in teaching cardiac imaging to junior fellows.
Sean G. Hughes, MD
Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine
Director, Advanced Cardiovascular Imaging Fellowship Program