Cardiovascular Medicine Fellowship Program
About Our Cardiovascular Medicine Fellowship
The Division of Cardiovascular Medicine at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center welcomes your interest in our clinical and research fellowship training program.
A Message from Robert Gerszten, MD,
Chief, Division of Cardiovascular Medicine
The past two decades have brought miraculous advances in the field of cardiovascular medicine. At Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center — a major teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School — our physician-scientists have been deeply engaged in making progress and saving lives.
We offer our fellows the opportunity to play a role in breakthroughs across the spectrum of research and clinical care: predictive medicine, molecular biology, translational research, new technologies, novel therapies, innovative care delivery systems and outcomes research. We invite you to explore whether our program is right for you. Welcome!
A Message from Joseph Kannam, MD, Fellowship Program Director
Our fellowship program has produced many national leaders in both clinical and research cardiovascular medicine. We are committed to providing medical students, house staff and fellows with unique opportunities for personal and intellectual growth.
Our training opportunities include extensive training in cardiovascular care through our general cardiology fellowship. They extend to advanced fellowships in cardiac electrophysiology, interventional cardiology, non-invasive imaging, heart failure and basic and translational research. Thank you for considering our fellowship. We look forward to meeting you.
Learn more about the Clinical and Research Fellowship Training Programs in Cardiovascular Medicine in this overview, and read more about the Department of Medicine’s clinical, educational and research divisions and programs in our latest Annual Report.
To learn more about Fellowship Benefits and Resources, please visit the Shapiro Institute GME Website.