Fellowship Programs

  U-M Cardiology Fellowship  

The Division of Cardiovascular Medicine fellowships and training programs are designed to provide a comprehensive and personalized training experience. Our aim is to equip trainees with the skills and knowledge needed to excel as exceptional physicians, physician-scientists, and researchers, with the goal of creating future leaders in the field of cardiovascular medicine.

General Cardiology Disease Fellowship

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  • General Cardiology Disease Fellowship
    The General Cardiology Disease Fellowship is a three year ACGME accredited program. This fellowship provides outstanding clinical training in all disciplines, a state of the art VA hospital staffed by UM faculty, a broad range of basic and clinical research opportunities, and leadership committed to trainee development and mentorship. Learn more.

Advanced Fellowship Programs

  • Adult Congenital Heart Fellowship
    Adult Congenital Heart Disease (ACHD) is a new and rapidly growing field of medicine. The American Board of Internal Medicine established board certification in adult congenital heart disease, with the first examination offered in October 2015. As of July 2019, only practitioners who have completed a two-year ACGME accredited Fellowship will be eligible to take the examination and be board-certified. Learn more.
  • Advanced Imaging Fellowship
    The Imaging Fellowship is a one year, non-ACGME accredited program designed to immerse trainees in the various modalities necessary to achieve level III training in both nuclear cardiology and echocardiography. Learn more.
  • Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology Fellowship
    The Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology Fellowship is designed for individuals who wish to specialize in clinical cardiac electrophysiology (CCEP). Learn more.
  • Heart Failure and Heart Transplant Fellowship
    The Heart Failure and Heart Transplant Fellowship is a one-year ACGME accredited program. Potential trainees must complete three years of general cardiology training in the United States to be considered. At the conclusion of the training, Fellows will be eligible for certification in the Advanced Heart Failure and Transplant Cardiology subspecialty. Learn more.
  • Interventional Cardiology Fellowship
    The Interventional Cardiology Fellowship Program is a one year ACGME accredited fellowship with three dedicated Interventional Cardiology Fellows per year. Sub-specialty certification is through Cardiovascular Medicine. Learn more.
  • Structural Heart Disease Fellowship
    The Structural Heart Disease Fellowship Program is a one-year, non-ACGME accredited advanced fellowship training program available to fellows who have completed an ACGME-accredited fellowship in Cardiovascular Disease and an ACGME-accredited fellowship in Interventional Cardiology. Learn more.
  • Vascular Medicine Fellowship
    Vascular Medicine is a rapidly growing specialty of medicine. This fellowship is a one year immersive and multi-disciplinary training program. At the conclusion of the training, Fellows will be eligible for certification by the American Board of Vascular Medicine. Learn more.

T32 Research Training Programs

  • NIH Postdoctoral Cardiovascular Research Training Grant
    The NIH Postdoctoral Cardiovascular Research Training Grant provides intensive research training experience in basic or translational cardiovascular research. The program is designed for postdoctoral MD's or PhD's in preparation for independent investigative careers related to cardiovascular disease. Learn more.
  • NIH Predoctoral Training Program in Translational Cardiovascular Research and Entrepreneurship
    The NIH Predoctoral Training Program in Translational Cardiovascular Research and Entrepreneurship trains the next generation of PhD scientists seeking careers in cardiovascular research in the ethical development and application of research results from the level of the molecule to the bedside. Predoctoral students in graduate programs of the University of Michigan Medical School or the Departments of Biomedical Engineering or Chemical Engineering with projects focused in cardiovascular research are eligible. Learn more.

Undergraduate Research Fellowship Program