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Yale Cardiovascular Medicine Introduces Incoming Fellows

June 30, 2021
by Elisabeth Reitman

The Yale Cardiovascular Medicine Fellowship Training Program equips trainees for a lifetime of impact. We are pleased to welcome our incoming fellowship cohort.

General Cardiovascular Medicine Fellowship

  • Thomas Breen, MD (Mayo Clinic)
  • Maxwell Eder, MD (Yale)
  • Ruey Hu, MD (Vanderbilt)
  • Jennifer Miao, MD (Vanderbilt)
  • Jacqueline Pires, MD (Wash U)
  • Greg Rubinfeld, MD (NYU)
  • Andi Shahu, MD (Hopkins)
  • Inga Melvinsdottir, MD (Wisconsin/YTRIC T32)
  • Evangelos “Evan” Oikonomou, MD, DPhil (Yale PSTP track)

Research (T32)/clinical fellowships

  • Lindsey Scierka, MD, MPH (Yale) - PV/Outcomes
  • George Hung, MD (Hopkins Bayview) – Cardiovascular Research Center

Advanced Fellowship Training


  • Maen Abou Ziki, MD (Yale)
  • Christopher Purtell, MD (University of Wisconsin)
  • Hasan Ashraf, MD (Mayo Clinic-Arizona)

Advanced Cardiac Imaging

  • Attila Feher, MD, PhD (Yale)
  • Yekaterina Kim, MD (Yale)
  • Samuel Reinhardt, MD (Yale)

Advanced Heart Failure

  • Katherine Clark, MD, MBA (Yale)
  • Adrian da Silva de Abreu (Oschner)

Interventional Cardiology

  • Mohammed Al-Damluji, MD (UConn School of Medicine)
  • Cynthia Philip, MD (Walter Reed National Military Medical Center)
  • Zain Ahmed, MD (Yale)
  • Natalija Odanovic, MD (Yale)

Peripheral Vascular Interventions

  • Russell Rosenberg, MD (Yale)
  • Moosa Haider, MD, MBA (North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System)

Structural Heart Disease Interventions

  • Syed Abbas Haidry, MD (Westchester Medical Center)
  • Mina Iskander, MBBCh (Rush University Medical Center)


  • Jennifer Kwan MD, PhD (Yale)

Our fellowship program provides an academically and clinically rigorous environment for a career in academic cardiology. These skills include basic and clinical knowledge, procedural skills, clinical judgment, professionalism, interpersonal skills, critical evaluation of evidence, and research skills. To learn more, please visit our website.

Submitted by Elisabeth Reitman on June 30, 2021