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Lenox Hill Hospital-Northwell Health Preventive Cardiology Fellowship

The Lenox Hill Hospital Preventive Cardiology fellowship will offer candidates the opportunity to become adept in the clinical and research components of preventive cardiology. The main areas of focus will include utilization of advanced medical therapies for the treatment of complex dyslipidemias, resistant hypertension and diabetes which show potential for improving cardiovascular outcomes. Recognition of cardiovascular risk through risk algorithms, subclinical imaging and genetics will be covered extensively. Education in cardiac rehabilitation and lifestyle for the improvement of dietary, exercise and lifestyle habits will be a main focus of the program complimenting medical treatment at all stages. The fellowship will provide significant clinical exposure in these areas as well as the opportunity to conduct research. The program will provide clinical sites at both Lenox Hill Hospital and the Sandra Bass Heart Hospital so as to provide exposure to various experts and prevention programs offered at each center.

Program Director: Dr. Eugenia Gianos

Associate Program Director: Dr. Ben Hirsh

Applicants should submit a copy of their CV, a personal statement and 3 letters of recommendation by email or faxed to:

Alexandra Ozcelik- phone- 212 434-2170, fax- 212 434-2111, Aozcelik@northwell.edu

Further information can be provided by program director as needed.

Applications will be accepted until January 31, 2019.

 



Preventive Cardiology Fellowship

The NYU Langone Health Center for the Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease offers a one-year, non-accredited training program. The fellowship provides learning in both primary and secondary prevention of cardiovascular disease through our advanced lipid and hypertension clinics, outpatient cardiovascular prevention clinic, inpatient cardiovascular prevention consultation, journal club sessions, case discussions and opportunities for research. The training sites include Tisch Hospital and Bellevue Hospital in both inpatient and outpatient care settings. This patient population affords an opportunity to learn from patients of various backgrounds with differing genetic components to their cardiovascular disease states as well as varying socioeconomic issues that affect their lifestyles. There is no call required and weekdays are generally from 8am-6pm. The fellowship offers numerous research opportunities. Read about our current clinical trials and laboratory research initiatives here.

Participants are given the opportunity to complete advanced courses in lipid management, including the National Lipid Association’s Lipid Academy. In addition, the prevention fellows are encouraged to pursue certification in clinical Lipidology through the National Lipid Society.

The Center for the Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease includes experts from subspecialties including hypertension, hypercholesterolemia, women’s heart disease, clotting disorders and integrative medicine. These experts are thought-leaders in their respective fields and all contribute to the fellow's education.

Since its inception in 2010, the Preventive Cardiology Fellowship has boasted eight accomplished graduates with successful cardiovascular medicine careers. Read more about our past fellows’ accomplishments here.

Applications are accepted September 15th – December 15th (for fellowship spot beginning July 1st of the following year). There is one fellowship position available each year.

Applicants should submit a copy of their CV, a personal statement and 3 letters of recommendation by email or fax to:

Ania Coats, Administrator
NYU Langone Center for the Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease
Email: ania.coats@nyulangone.org
FAX: (646) 754-9848

For questions regarding the Fellowship program, please contact the fellowship director, Dr. Arthur Schwartzbard or the associate fellowship director, Dr. Howard Weintraub

 


Director of a new comprehensive program for Cardiovascular Health and Wellness

The Wake Forest School of Medicine has a full-time position available for an Academic Cardiologist (Associate or Full Prof) at Wake Forest School of Medicine/Baptist Medical Center to serve as the Director of a new comprehensive program for Cardiovascular Health and Wellness. This will be a great opportunity for someone to build a program as this individualwill be expected to recruit up to three (3) additional
faculty members to work with existing faculty in the Section of Cardiovascular Medicine to achieve all the goals of the Program.

Interested candidates should contact:

Peter Brubaker PhD
Professor & Chair
Department of Health and Exercise Science
Faculty Athletic Representative (NCAA & ACC)
Wake Forest University
Winston-Salem, NC 27109
phone: 336-758-4683
fax: 336-758-1996
email: brubaker@wfu.edu


Preventive Cardiology Faculty Position at the University of Pennsylvania

The Penn Medicine Center for Preventive Cardiology and Lipid Management has a full time position available for an Assistant, Associate, and/or Full Professor. Candidates would be considered for a faculty role in the Division of Cardiovascular Medicine in the Department of Medicine at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. Applicants must have an M.D or M.D./Ph.D. degree and have demonstrated excellent qualifications in clinical care and education. Applicants must be ABIM Certified or eligible in Cardiovascular Disease; ABCL Certification in Clinical Lipidology is preferred.

The successful applicant will join a team of cardiologists and lipidologists that includes both renowned clinicians and researchers. As a physician in the Penn Medicine Center for Preventive Cardiology and Lipid Management, the applicant will establish an outpatient practice focused on evaluating and reducing cardiovascular risk, including complex lipid management. Other responsibilities will include attending on the inpatient cardiology consult service and/or cardiac care unit and supporting our educational mission teaching medical students, residents and fellows and participation in our substantial research programs in cardiovascular risk reduction. Opportunities for non-invasive imaging will be considered based on candidate’s experience and desires.

Interested candidates should contact:

Ana Park

Ana.Park@uphs.upenn.edu

215-662-9185