Past Fellows

What are our recent fellowship graduates doing now?

In the last 5 years, 74% of graduating fellows pursued subspecialty training (of those fellows undergoing subspeciality training, 47% went into interventional cardiology, 24% went into electrophysiology, 12% went into advanced heart failure and transplant, 12% went into critical care cardiology, and 6% into advanced imaging). The other 26% of graduating fellows signed for general cardiology jobs, 33% of which were academic positions and 66% were private practice positions.


Subspecialty Fellowship Matches

Our fellows have had an excellent subspecialty match record as follows.

  • Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, MA, [Interventional Cardiology]
  • Brown University, [Academic Cardiology]
  • Columbia University/New York Presbyterian Hospital, [Structural Echocardiography]
  • Hartford Hospital, [Interventional Cardiology]
  • Houston Methodist Hospital, TX, [Advanced Heart Failure and Transplant Cardiology]
  • Mayo Clinic [EP]
  • New York University, [Clinical Electrophysiology, Interventional Cardiology]
  • Stanford University, [Cardiac Critical Care]
  • Stanford University [EP]
  • Thomas Jefferson, University Hospital, [Cardiac Critical Care]
  • Temple University, [Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology]
  • University of California, Los Angeles [Advanced Heart Failure and Transplant]
  • University of California, San Diego, [Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology]
  • University of California, San Francisco, CA, [Advanced Cardiovascular Imaging]
  • University of Chicago-North Shore [Interventional]
  • University of Minnesota, MN, [Advanced Heart failure and Transplant Cardiology]
  • University of Southern California, [Interventional Cardiology]
  • University of Utah, [Advanced Heart Failure and Transplant Cardiology]
  • Yale University, [Interventional Cardiology]
  • Yale University [EP]
  • West Virginia University, [Interventional Cardiology]