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Adult Congenital Heart Disease Fellowship

The advanced fellowship in adult congenital heart disease is a two-year program that trains cardiologists focused on caring for adults with congenital heart disease to become world-class clinicians, researchers, and leaders in cardiovascular medicine.

The fellowship will provide you with intensive training in congenital heart disease, advanced imaging, heart failure, arrhythmia management, pulmonary hypertension, cardiac catheterization, and surgical management of adults with congenital heart disease. You will complete clinical rotations and training at the Yale New Haven Hospital and Yale New Haven Children’s Hospital.

As a fellow in this program, you will spend at least six months on research related to adult congenital heart disease.

After completing the program, you can sit for board certification through ABIM and function independently as an expert in adult congenital heart disease.

How do I apply?

If you are interested in applying to this advanced fellowship program, please email the program director and note your interest in your personal statement in your application to either the Yale Adult Cardiovascular Medicine or the Yale Pediatric Cardiovascular Medicine training programs.

You may also note your interest in this advanced fellowship program in your personal statements when applying to the general pediatrics or general cardiology fellowship programs.

Application Requirements

To be considered for the program, you must have completed a fellowship in adult or pediatric cardiology.

The advanced fellowship in adult congenital heart disease accepts one applicant per two-year block. We review applications and offer interviews on a rolling basis.

Fellowship Leadership