Thank you for your interest in the Johns Hopkins Cardiology Fellowship Program, an incredibly rich, diverse, and rewarding specialty. Recruitment in 2020 for our program will be held virtually as a means of ensuring all applicants have the same experience. We recognize the experience will be different from in-person recruitment, but we hope it will be as informative and as useful in conveying the fantastic culture of our division and program.
We believe providing an optimal virtual recruitment experience for our applicants involves limiting the amount of time applicants spend on their computers the day of their interview. We have created videos of various activities of our recruitment day (such as the introduction of our program, welcome messages from division leadership, etc.) for applicants to watch prior to their interview day. We have also compiled videos covering frequently asked questions and important aspects of our program. Each provides a unique view of the many positive aspects of training and working in our division.
Please ensure you review Dr. Schulman’s Program Overview prior to your interview day, and any others that are relevant to you.
Program and Division Leadership
Fellowship Program Overview | Dr. Steven Schulman
Division Director’s Welcome | Dr. Charles Lowenstein
Bayview Medical Center Division Director’s Welcome | Dr. Marlene Williams
Career Development in Fellowship | Dr. Thorsten Leucker
Research & Clinical Experiences
Overview of Research Training During Fellowship | Dr. Wendy Post
Johns Hopkins Cardiology Fellowship Overview | Dr. Marios Arvanitis
Research as a Hopkins Cardiology Fellow
Cardiovascular Genomics at Hopkins | Dr. Marios Arvanitis
Academic Success in Cardiology Fellowship: The Hopkins Sauce | Dr. Virginia Hahn
Excessive O-GlcNAcylation Causes Cardiomyopathy | Dr. Priya Umapathi
Understanding the Link between Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes and Cardiovascular Disease | Dr. Anum Minhas
Pulseless Electrical Activity as the Initial Cardiac Arrest Rhythm | Dan Ambinder
Myocardial Infarction, Recovery, Enhancement (MiCORE) Study | Dr. Francoise Marvel