Cardiac Amyloid Fellow

  • Columbia University Medical Center
  • 118 Fort Washington Ave, New York, NY 10032
  • Full-Time
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We are pleased to solicit applications for a new postdoctoral clinical fellowship in Cardiac Amyloidosis based at Columbia University Medical Center. This 1-year fellowship, with the opportunity for a 1-year renewal, will provide training in multi-disciplinary research methodologies in amyloid diseases as represented across the spectrum of studies performed at the Center. Fellows will participate in team-science research and care at CUMC and through collaboration with investigators at different centers of excellence in the US and abroad. Program Director: Mathew S. Maurer msm10cumc.columbia.edu Program contact: Stephen Helmke sh2669cumc.columbia.edu Eligibility: MD-trained physician, having successfully completed ACGME accredited Cardiology Fellowship preferred. Alternatively, MD-trained physicians with experience in cardiovascular procedures, diagnostics and care will be considered. Eligible for medical license in the State of NY. US Citizenship or permanent residency is preferred. Women and members of under-represented minority groups are encouraged to apply. Anticipated term: July 1, 2019 June 30, 2020 Application: Please submit the following to the program contact (Henry Arango ha2558cumc.columbia.edu) Curriculum Vitae Three letters of recommendation (at least one from current or prior medical program director) One-page personal statement describing career objectives, interest in research training in amyloidosis, and qualifications For further information, please email the program director or coordinator, or call Henry 212-###-#### or Steve at 212-###-####. We are pleased to solicit applications for a new postdoctoral clinical fellowship in Cardiac Amyloidosis based at Columbia University Medical Ce
Associated topics: cardiologist, cardiology, cardiovascular, chf, electrophysiology, heart, hhp, interventional, non interventional, non invasive


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