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The Cardiology Fellowship Program's mission is to develop leaders and innovators in the field of cardiovascular disease. This includes creating leaders in clinical cardiovascular medicine, discovery and dissemination.

Our award-winning faculty members are dedicated to providing fellows ongoing mentorship as they become well-rounded in academics, clinical care and leaders in the field of cardiovascular disease.

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Cardiology Fellowship Program Highlights

100%

Fellows have published papers over the last three years.

85%

Fellows went into academia.

44%

Fellows have had children during their fellowship.

40%

Fellows are women.
 

Application Frequently Asked Questions

 
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  • How do I apply?
    Start your journey at Johns Hopkins by applying for the cardiology fellowship program. All fellowship applications are processes through the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP). We accept applications only through ERAS, beginning of each recruitment season.
  • Do you accept fellows outside of the Match?
    We take fellows only through the National Residency Match Program for Cardiovascular Disease. Interventional Cardiology, Heart Failure/Transplant and Electrophysiology.
  • How many fellows do you accept each year?

    We accept the following amount of fellows for each program listed below:

    • Cardiovascular Disease: 8
    • Interventional Cardiology: 3
    • Electrophysiology: 3
    • Heart Failure/Transplant: 2
  • How long is your fellowship?

    Listed below is the length of each fellowship program:

    • Cardiovascular Disease: Minimum of 3 years with optional 4th year
    • Interventional Cardiology: 1 year
    • Electrophysiology: 2 years
    • Heart Failure/Transplant: 1 year
  • Do you sponsor any visas?
    Yes, we accept J-1 ECFMG visas and H1B visas.
  • What if I am mainly interested in research?

    Our Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship Program has a new early research track that allows you to start research in your second year of fellowship instead of your third year. You have to be selected by a committee in your first year to participate in this track.

  • How is recruitment going to be conducted during COVID-19?
    Per ACGME guidelines all recruitment interviews are going to be held via zoom. Logistics are still being finalized at this time.
 
 
 

Program Information

The Johns Hopkins Cardiology Fellowship Program provides fellows the opportunity to diversify their skillset in cardiovascular disease management through rigorous training, academic research and mentorship from our faculty.

  • Clinical Training

    Each fellow in our program receives a diverse clinical experience in the following fields:

  • Research

    During the research experience, each fellow works closely with a mentor(s) who will help further the fellow’s research interests. All fellows are expected to participate in a research project that they will present to the Division. Additionally, our fellows receive funding to attend at least one scientific conference a year.

  • Mentorship and additional training

    We provide ongoing mentorship for each of our fellows. Our program strives to uphold the Johns Hopkins tradition of clinical excellence, teaching and research. We have a strong history of preparing leaders in the field of academic cardiology, providing them with the tools to become skilled clinicians as well as providing outstanding experience in the field of cardiovascular research.

 
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Subspecialty Programs

Learn more about the innovative clinical training programs and additional training tracks for cardiology fellows.

 
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Virtual Conferences and Events Information

Learn more about the informational conferences we provide cardiology fellows

 
 

Meet Our Program Leadership

 
Ronald David Berger, M.D., Ph.D. image

Ronald David Berger, M.D., Ph.D.

Director, Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology Fellowship Program
Rani Khalil Hasan, M.D., M.H.S. image

Rani Khalil Hasan, M.D., M.H.S.

Structural Heart Regional Medical Director
Thorsten Martin Leucker, M.D., Ph.D. image

Thorsten Martin Leucker, M.D., Ph.D.

Associate Director, Cardiology Fellowship Program
Charles Julian Lowenstein, M.D. image

Charles Julian Lowenstein, M.D.

Director, Division of Cardiology
Lauren Modica Rodgers, M.B.A. image

Lauren Modica Rodgers, M.B.A.

Fellowship Administrator
Steven P Schulman, M.D. image

Steven P Schulman, M.D.

Director, Coronary Care Unit
Marlene Stephanie Williams, M.D. image

Marlene Stephanie Williams, M.D.

Director, Coronary Care Unit, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
Ilan Shor Wittstein, M.D. image

Ilan Shor Wittstein, M.D.

Director, Advanced Heart Failure Fellowship
 
 
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A toast to our graduating fellows! You have always been the cornerstone of our division! Congratulations on all your accomplishments. We are so proud of each and everyone one of you! @VirginiaSHahnMD, @frahman480, @aroniskn, David Okada, Eric Tuday, Imran Aslam
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@ErinMichos

So very proud of our @hopkinsheart Cardiology fellow Dr @rquispe183 who was selected as a finalist to compete at the Samuel Levine Early Career Clinical Investigator award competition at #AHA20 @AHAMeetings. Congrats to all esteemed finalists! Renato is mentored by @mbelshazly
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@mbelshazly

So proud of @rquispe183 for being selected as a finalist for the Samuel Levine Early Career Investigator Award at #AHA2020 re: our new remnant cholesterol study. Always fun working with you! Stay tuned... @hopkinsheart
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Send an email to our administrator, Lauren Modica Rodgers, for more information about the fellowship program.

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