Cardiovascular Medicine Fellowship Program
Our program strives to provide the fellow with both a well-rounded clinical and research experience. In addition, there exists opportunities to acquire additional special skills in areas such as electrophysiology, interventional cardiology, echocardiography, and congestive heart failure and heart transplant. At the end of the three-year fellowship program, the trainee is prepared to act as a consultative cardiologist and will be able to perform routine invasive and non-invasive diagnostic studies. The program offers rotation experiences at The Nebraska Medical Center. The trainee will actively participate in a number of clinical and research oriented conferences. Journal Club is conducted for current literature review focusing on both research and statistical techniques. Other educational opportunities are offered by both the Cardiology and Internal Medicine Grand Rounds which frequently draw well- known speakers from outside institutions.
For information on applying for a Fellowship in Cardiovascular Medicine - visit the Fellowship Program/Application Information page.
Fellowship Program Director: Arthur R. Easley, Jr. MD