Training Program in Pediatric Cardiology at Yale
The Pediatric Cardiology Fellowship at Yale University School of Medicine is a three-year program designed to train board-eligible pediatricians for a career in academic pediatric cardiology. The Fellowship's strength results from a balance between extensive clinical exposure to a broad spectrum of congenital and acquired heart defects and cardiac arrhythmias, and active clinical or basic research.
The entire training is received at Yale University School of Medicine and the Children's Hospital at Yale New Haven. In addition, the faculty is supportive of elective rotations to further broaden clinical and research interests. Yale University School of Medicine has both a strong history and current record of major contributions in clinical and basic sciences as they relate to pediatric cardiovascular disease. The recently completed Boyer Center for Molecular Biology houses several laboratories of faculty members of pediatric cardiology. The Children's Hospital was opened in 1993 and houses state of the art diagnostic facilities including digital catheterization and echocardiographic laboratories dedicated to pediatrics.
All interested applicants should address their inquiries to:
John Fahey, M.D.
c/o Mary Fiasconaro
Section of Pediatric Cardiology
Yale University School of Medicine
P.O. Box 208064
333 Cedar Street
New Haven, Connecticut 06520-8064
Phone: (203) 785-2022
We participate in the National Resident Match Program and will accept Applications through ERAS beginning November 2010.