ASPC Fellows-in-Training and Early Career Interest Group

Mission Statement:
Statement: To foster support, mentorship, and camaraderie among trainees and early career physicians passionate about the prevention of cardiovascular disease.

Anandita Kulkarni, MD (Group Leader)
Cardiovascular Division
Baylor Scott and White Health
Heart Hospital Baylor

Yousif Al-Saiegh, MD
Internal Medicine Resident - Cardiology
Penn Medicine

Kiara Camacho
Internal Medicine, Cardiology
Medical Student
Universidad Científica del Sur School of Medicine

Bradley Deere, MD
Assistant Professor
University of Mississippi Medical Center

Raina Garg, MD
Preventive Cardiology Fellow
University of Toronto

Adam Nelson, MD
Cardiologist, Post-Doctoral Fellow
Duke Clinical Research Institute

Charles German, MD (Group Leader)
Cardiovascular Disease
Wake Forest School of Medicine

Nicole Harkin, MD
Founder & Cardiologist
Whole Heart Cardiology

Dapo Iluyomade, MD
University of Miami,
Miller School of Medicine

Anum Saeed, MD, MBBS
Cardiovascular Fellow
University of Pittsburgh

Lakshmi Tummala, MD
Grady Memorial Hospital
Assistant Professor of Medicine Emory University School of Medicine

Fellows-in-Training and Early Career Blog

How to Integrate Preventive Cardiovascular Medicine into Cardiology Fellowship Training

By ASPC | October 5, 2021

by Mahmoud Al Rifai, MD, Yousif Al-Saiegh, MD and Anurag Mehta, MD Cardiovascular disease (CVD) remains the most common cause of morbidity and mortality in the United States.1 However, significant improvement has been made in management of CVD over the past three decades in the United Status which is attributable to population shift in risk…

Finding a Job as a Preventive Cardiologist

By ASPC | October 5, 2021

by Charles German, MD, MS and Nicole Harkin, MD Increasing rates of sedentary behavior and low levels of physical activity, coupled with the rise in cardiometabolic diseases, have highlighted a critical need for atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease prevention, and preventive cardiologists are at the forefront of this public health crisis. However, few trainees receive adequate exposure…