The next Fellowship cycle for which we will be accepting applications is the 2017-2018 Fellowship year.


  • Successful completion of an accredited cardiology fellowship training program.
  • ABIM board eligible or board certified.
  • Diagnostic catheterization Level 2 (minimum of 8 months experience over a 3 year period) with at least 300 diagnostic cases.
  • Our institution only sponsors J1 visas at this time.

The Interventional Cardiology Training Program accepts applications via the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS®). Applicants may begin applying from November 15and we will download and review applications starting December 1. Interviews will be held from January-March.

There are three fully funded positions available each year. Selection is typically highly competitive from a large pool of eligible applicants with the top 10-15 candidates being invited for interview.

In addition to the usual ERAS requirements, we require at least three Letters of Recommendation, to include the current fellowship program director as well as an interventional cardiologist who can comment on your technical ability and potential in the cardiac catheterization laboratory.

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If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our Fellowship Program Coordinator, Kira Oshima, by e-mail at