The Fellowship programs in Cardiovascular Medicine at the University of North Carolina provide excellent clinical and research opportunities which serve as a strong foundation for each trainee’s development. The Fellowship programs are balanced and well-rounded, providing an experience that will be enduring and useful whether the physician ultimately elects to embark on an academic career or enters clinical practice.
Why Choose UNC for Cardiovascular Fellowship?
UNC is among the nation’s top schools of medicine and public health. Here, fellows train in a uniquely collegial atmosphere and learn from faculty members widely recognized for outstanding clinical care, research, teaching, and leadership. Additionally, Chapel Hill is ranked one of the nation’s top places to live and raise kids. Upon graduation, our fellows are well equipped for successful careers in academia, clinical practice, and industry.
Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship
During the three-year fellowship, trainees will care for a wide range of patients to develop sound diagnostic skills and judgment. Fellows participate in a series of inpatient and outpatient consultative rotations, including diagnostic testing, nuclear cardiology and clinical procedures.Learn More
Advanced Fellowship Training Programs
Our four subspecialty fellowship programs provide many opportunities that allow for strengthening of research acumen concurrent with immersion in a constantly growing selection of clinical services.