OHSU has offered training in pediatric cardiology for well over 25 years. Our 19 faculty members provide sub-specialty expertise in interventional cardiology, electrophysiology, echocardiography, fetal cardiology, cMRI and CT, pulmonary hypertension, aortopathy, cardiogenetics, neurodevelopmental outcomes, single ventricle disorders, exercise physiology, cardiac rehabilitation, dyslipidemia, and others. Fellows are encouraged to attend annual professional meetings in order to meet and learn from expert faculty in the field and to network with alumni and peers: CHOP's Annual Cardiology Conference 4:30 p.m. — Pathology Conference Research. The Pediatric Cardiology Fellowship began in 1960 and is one of the oldest continuously running programs of its kind in the country. Clinical rotations are interspersed across the three years of training so as to continually strengthen your knowledge and skill sets. At completion of the rotation, the fellow should be able to describe the indication and protocols of a regular exercise and pharmacologic stress test, describe the equipment used, and develop a preliminary or independent interpretation of the study data depending upon the year of training (second and third year, respectively). Cardiac Critical Care, Michael Hainstock Adolescent and Young Adult Hematology/Oncology, Educational Curriculum and Teaching Opportunities, Applying to OHSU Residencies and Fellowships, Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Department. If you are interested in fellowships at the Cardiac Center, please contact the individuals listed below. M.D. Current Position(s): Madigan Air Force Base, WA, Misty Carlson Current Position(s): Clinical Assistant Professor, NYU They will participate in the consult service, and in some cases, will participate on the CCU in a “pretending” role. During this rotation fellows become familiar with all aspects of care for critically ill cardiac patients including: Cardiology fellows work closely with critical care, cardiac anesthesia and cardiac surgery fellows in the management of all patients in the CICU, including pre- and post-operative care and participation in invasive procedures. Clinical Competency Committee (CCC) In accordance with the ACGME requirements, each training program is expected to form a Clinical Competency Committee â¦ "TOFS" Conference (Mondays): This conference is designed to be a research conference for presenting new or preliminary data. Pediatric Cardiology Fellowship Program. Week 4 – Research Director of Ambulatory Care and Exercise Physiology, Arthur Legg Rebecca Josowitz, MD, PhD Attendance at one of the additional 14 outreach clinics across the region are encouraged as they are excellent training opportunities, but not required. The fellow assigned to the conference month presents all echos shown at the conference. In the Cardiomagnetic Resonance Imaging Laboratory, fellows are required to observe at least 40 percent of the MRI studies conducted during the rotation. They will learn to make informed diagnostic and therapeutic decisions, professionally counsel patients and families with cultural competence, awareness and sensitivity, and use information technology competently and efficiently to optimize patient care. The catheterization data and images are presented by the fellow involved in the procedure, or the faculty if no fellow assisted. Contact Us. Bethan Lemley, MD Week 1 – Case Conference No applicant for employment shall be subjected to discrimination because of race, color, sex, national origin, religion, disability, age, sexual orientation or family status. The entire committee will meet with the fellow and research mentor two to three times in the second and third year of training to ensure project feasibility, timeliness and efforts toward completion. The pediatric cardiology fellowship program is structured to provide a challenging and rigorous training experience while supporting behaviors that establish a healthy work-life balance and nurture personal well-being. Ivor Asztalos, MD Our fellows work closely with pediatric residents and medical students in the Intensive Care Unit, Emergency Department, Cardiac Ward, and Cardiology Clinic. The tasks of appropriately utilizing information technology to optimize patient care, providing sensitive counseling to families, and collaborating with other members of the allied health team to refer patients from other units and specialty disciplines for further cardiac screening create a focus on practice-based learning. In recent years, the noninvasive imaging (echo and MRI), interventional cardiology, electrophysiology and cardiac critical care practice groups have recruited trainees on a regular basis. A weekly continuity clinic is also included. Fellows are also given the opportunity to provide informal feedback to the program director during fellows’ meetings and to other teaching faculty, including medical directors, when they are on service or available to meet. Suite 8NW90 Note: we are not accepting any more candidates for our fourth year fellowships. Meghan Metcalf, MD and Kate Restaino, MD Our ACGME accredited fellowship will expose you to all aspects of Pediatric Cardiology. CHOP's Cardiac Center is one of the largest and most established pediatric heart programs in the world. Christopher Janson, MD — Electrophysiology Fellows receive four weeks of vacation per year. Andrew Glatz, MD — Interventional Cardiology The goal of the consult service rotation, undertaken in the fellow’s second and/or third year, is to ensure that the fellow fully develops the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to provide cardiology consultation service in the evaluation and treatment of infants, children, adolescents and adults with acquired and congenital cardiac disease. To further enhance our trainees’ opportunities for success and assist them with both navigating the transition from general to subspecialty practice and meeting their professional goals and academic requirements, each trainee is paired with a personal faculty mentor and a research faculty mentor during fellowship. B.S. B.S. Since its inception, more tâ¦ Associate Director, Pediatric Cardiology Fellowship Program, Liz Schultz Welcome to the OHSU Pediatric Cardiology Fellowship Training Program! M.D. Faculty — Meryl Cohen, MD, Lindsay Rogers, MD, Jill Savla, MD. Faculty — Anirban Banerjee, MD, Meryl Cohen, MD, David J. Goldberg, MD, Paul Farrell, MD, Shobha Natarajan, MD, Stephen Paridon, MD, Susan Schachtner, MD, Paul Stephens, MD, Anita Szwast, MD. spin echo, cine, magnetic tagging) and be able to list the advantages and limitations of cardiac magnetic resonance as a diagnostic modality. Our fellowship program’s research curriculum has a clearly outlined sequence of goals and objectives to ensure that each fellow meets the minimum requirements for scholarly activity and a scholarly work product per the American Board of Pediatrics criteria, but may also consider and incorporate graduate and post-graduate scholarship and funding opportunities for advanced specialization as part of training at CHOP. Rotating: The fellows are expected to participate in all aspects of patient care within The Heart Center and scholarly activities. Laptop computers for rounding and conference presentations are available to the fellows. Fellows take a primary role in presenting the echocardiograms at our weekly Medical/Surgical Cardiology Conference. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us. Advanced Training: Cath, Boston Children’s Hospital Laurie Armsby, M.D., FAAP, FSCAI Advanced imaging modalities are also introduced including 3D imaging and deformation imaging. We understand that this is a very important decision for you, and that the situation is not ideal, but we will do our best to give you a sense of our program to help you make the best decisions. Hope Auditorium, Second Floor Main, 3 p.m. — Cardiac Thrombosis Rounds Our fellows are frequently honored for their teaching and clinical mentorship of pediatric residents and students. For the current application cycle, we ask that all items in the checklist below be submitted through ERAS by August 15, 2020. Pediatric Cardiology Fellows Didactic Teaching (Thursdays): A rotating curriculum providing comprehensive coverage of pediatric cardiology topics during the three-year fellowship. Pediatric Residency, University of Washington/Seattle Children's Hospital, 2020, Mohammad Alnoor, M.D. We have structured our schedule to ensure that you will work at a pace that is appropriately challenging yet facilitates the educational opportunity in each experience. In the third year of fellowship, trainees will complete the formal research block (and the required scholarly work product for professional board exam eligibility) and resume clinical work in the CICU and various cardiology clinical laboratories. Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia is an equal opportunity employer, committed to creating an environment where all people feel valued and respected and can contribute to their fullest potential. Additional didactic sessions are provided by pediatric critical care, the Stanford Heart Transplant Program, the adult cardiology service, and the adult congenital cardiology program. Current Position(s): Assistant Professor, University of Oklahoma Heart Center, Shilpi Garg Mieyya Cross Please see the Department of Pediatrics fellowship page for departmental benefits available to all pediatric fellows, and the OHSU GME page for Employment and Benefits information, including salary, transportation, and insurance. They should be able to provide effective counseling with regard to medical issues such as pregnancy and contraception. Our fellows primarily work at a single facility. Additional exposure is given in the following subspecialty areas: In addition, five-six total months of research time is included in this year. During the program, fellows develop skills in clinical care, research and teaching over a 36 â¦ as listed above for three-year fellowship application process, with exception of ERAS form, ©2020 The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Twenty-four months are dedicated to subspecialty clinical training, designed for the trainee to develop the needed knowledge and skills for the practice of pediatric cardiology. Director of Cardiac Catheterization, Amy McCammond Professor of Pediatrics, Laura Mercer-Rosa, MD The Pediatric Cardiology Fellowship at the Ann & Robert H. Lurie Childrenâs Hospital of Chicago accepts three categorical fellows per year for a total training duration of 36 months. Contact Jonathan Rome, MD, Program Director, at 215-590-1790 or email@example.com. Matthew O’Connor, MD — Heart Failure/Transplant Indications for fetal echocardiography, counseling of families and plan of delivery are covered during the rotation. The topics vary on a three-year rotational basis. During the ACHD rotation, the fellow will gain the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to provide appropriate, effective and compassionate care to adults with congenital heart disease. Our program is closely integrated with the adult congenital heart disease program at OHSU. Cath/Angio Rm 6NE92, Sixth Floor Main, Noon — CICU Friday Conference Fellows participating in the care of our patients have the opportunity to learn about the physiology of the failing cardiovascular and pulmonary vascular systems, hemodynamic evaluation, and medical management particular to the care of patients with end-stage heart and/or lung disease. The rotation schedule consists of 26 two-week blocks per academic year. Our objective is to prepare fellows for careers within academic or non-academic pediatric cardiology. Training eligibility varies by subspecialty, though most applicants commonly will have completed a three-year fellowship in pediatric cardiology and/or pediatric critical care medicine. Doernbecher Children’s Hospital is a free-standing academic children’s hospital providing the widest range of pediatric services in Oregon. Eighth Floor Conference Room, 8NW27, 7:30 a.m. — Fellows’ Teaching Conference Creighton University School of Medicine, 2015 This includes a brief patient history, imaging and catheterization data, and a discussion of the planned procedure. Kasey Chaszczewski, MD Fellows will: Faculty — Danielle Burnstein, MD, Jonathan Edelson, MD, Kimberly Lin, MD, Joseph Rossano, MD, Carol Wittlieb-Weber, MD. The third and final year of training includes five to six months of largely uninterrupted research time, focused on project completion. Fellows rotate through this lab twice during their second or third year, learning how to use electrophysiologic information and technology to diagnose and treat various types of cardiac arrhythmia. OHSU, 2015 Advanced Training: Fetal/Imaging, OHSU Fellows’ Office, Eighth Floor Main, 8NW27, 7:30 a.m. — Fellows’ Research Conference Current Position(s): Assistant Professor, University of Oklahoma Heart Center, Cesar Gonzalez The Pediatric Cardiology Fellowship is a comprehensive three-year program which provides training in the essential diagnostic, therapeutic and consultative skills required of a clinical cardiologist, as well as dedicated time devoted to the pursuit of research and academic endeavors. Current Position(s): Assistant Professor, Primary Children’s Hospital, UT David Goldberg, MD — Echocardiography, Single Ventricle Program, Outpatient Educational opportunities are tailored to suit the needs and interests of each fellow. In addition, our program has an Adult Congenital â¦ Fellows will learn to competently monitor patients and collect, record and interpret data from exercise studies during their rotation in the Exercise Lab. M.D. The second year of fellowship incorporates additional time on the non-invasive ICU and cardiac catheterization services along with EP and heart failure/transplant rotations. Our fellows have been offered advanced training opportunities at Stanford, Boston Children’s Hospital, UCSF, UCSD, Colorado Children’s Hospital, NYU, and other outstanding programs throughout the US and Canada. Application checklist (all submitted through ERAS): Medical Student Performance Evaluation (MSPE) from medical school, United States Medical Licensing Exam (USMLE) scores. Once we have reviewed your materials, we will notify you via email regarding invitations to interview. A core mission of the Division of Pediatric Cardiology at Vanderbilt is âto prepare the next generation of physicians to practice the clinical science of Pediatric Cardiology and to develop expertise in clinical or basic research.â Advanced Training: Imaging, UCSF/OHSU Fellows should be aware of the unique psychosocial needs that must be met for these patients in transitioning from pediatric to adult care, and participate in care coordination that reflects understanding of the capacity and limitations of the healthcare system relevant to their clinical specialty. Dustin Nash, MD Scott Weinreb, MD Fellows will learn to differentiate various technical modalities including M-mode, 2D, Doppler and color flow imaging, conduct proper probe selection, and to correctly identify and describe the function of the echo machine knobs. The fellowship has been in existence since 1964 and strives to attain the following goals: We are the only pediatric cardiology fellowship program in Oregon and one of two programs in the gorgeous Pacific Northwest. They will also undergo a cotinine test as a part of the Occupational Health pre-placement drug screen administered after the offer of employment has been accepted but before the first day of hire. A sample curriculum is provided; however, one of the strengths of our program is that we are able to tailor each fellow’s training in a way that best suits their anticipated career direction, while at the same time providing a solid foundation of the fundamentals of our field. The Department of Pediatrics presents a monthly didactic session for fellows across pediatric subspecialties within the department. The University of Washington Pediatric Cardiology Training Program will produce pediatric cardiologists with the cognitive and procedural expertise to provide excellent care to children with cardiovascular disease and the academic skills to make meaningful scholarly contributions. Division of Cardiology The Pediatric Cardiology Fellowship at the Nemours Cardiac Center, in affiliation with Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University (TJU), will equip you with a strong educational curriculum, extensive clinical experience and solid analytical tools. To apply to the pediatric cardiology fellowship at OHSU please submit an application through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) website. Current Position(s): St Mary’s Health & Vascular Center, MN, Sunil Saharan Week 2 – Respiratory Failure Fellows in our programs can take advantage of teaching from more than 225 academic faculty and 350 clinical faculty. While the outcomes-based core curriculum is intentionally highly structured and rigorous, fellows take an active role in shaping their own education through formal program evaluation, annual fellowship retreat and class representative participation on the Program Evaluation Committee (PEC) and other committees. B.S. Large CICU Conference Room, 5 p.m. — MRI Conference Life Pacific College, 2007 By completion of fellowship, trainees are able to plan, perform and interpret a complete diagnostic study. During the echocardiography laboratory rotation, fellows acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to correctly perform and interpret transthoracic (TTE), transesophageal (TEE) and fetal echocardiograms. These months include rotations on the inpatient and â¦ Chitra Ravishankar, MD — Cardiac Care Unit There are five pediatric cardiology fellows each year. The Division of Pediatric Cardiology was established in 1969 by James DuShane, M.D., also one of the founders of the Section on Cardiology of the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Subboard of Pediatric Cardiology of the American Board of Pediatrics. Pediatric Residency, OHSU, 2018, Anoop Singh Pediatric Cardiology Journal Club (first Monday, 12-1 pm): Articles reviewed from major cardiology journals. Catherine Tomasulo, MD and Paul Farrell, MD Meghan Kiley, MD The educational mission of the Pediatric Cardiology Fellowship Program is to provide subspecialty fellows with broad clinical experience, factual knowledge, technical skills and clinical judgment to effectively manage patients independently from fetal life to adulthood for congenital heart disease and acquired forms of â¦ B.A. To request reasonable accommodation contact the Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Department at 503-494-5148 or firstname.lastname@example.org. 1 of 1. Individuals with diverse backgrounds and those who promote diversity and a culture of inclusion are encouraged to apply. Azusa Pacific University, 2010 Must have completed pediatric residency training in an ACGME-accredited program. Must be eligible for board certification in pediatrics by the American Board of Pediatrics. The program accepts 8 fellows each year. Philadelphia, PA 19104, Catherine Tomasulo, MD and Paul Farrell, MD, Matthew Campbell, MD and Ivor Asztalos, MD, Dustin Nash, MD, Chitra Ravishankar, MD and Moli Yin, MD, Philadelphia Adult Congenital Heart Center, Master of Science in Clinical Epidemiology (MSCE), Master of Science in Translational Research, International Society for Heart & Lung Transplantation (ISHLT), Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions (SCAI), International Pediatric Transplant Association (IPTA), American Society for Echocardiography (ASE), Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care Society (PCICS), Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS), American Association of Medical Colleges (AAMC), Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG), National Residency Matching Program (NRMP), CHOP Common Graduate Medical Education (GME) Application Form, 4th Year Pediatric Cardiology Fellowship Application, 4th Year Cardiac Critical Care Fellowship Application, Pediatric Cardiac Critical Care Fellowship, Six (6) first-year clinical fellowship positions (one (1) additional slot may be open for ROTC/military-sponsored applicants on a case-by-case basis, please contact program director), Advanced training possible in noninvasive, cath, electrophysiology, adult congenital heart disease, heart failure-transplant, pulmonary hypertension, path and research, 24,000 outpatient visits, 2,400 admissions, 1,000 surgeries, 1,200 catheterizations, 28,000 echocardiograms, 2,900 fetal echocardiograms per year, State-of-the-art operating room facilities and groundbreaking fetal diagnosis and treatment center, including the Garbose Family Special Delivery Unit, 50+ core program faculty in every major cardiac subspecialty, Comprehensive didactic conference schedule and professional development opportunities, Nightfloat coverage system and limited weekend calls (reduced by clinical year) to promote work/life balance, ACGME-mandated duty hours compliance, To produce well-rounded pediatric cardiologists who are competent clinicians in all subspecialty areas of practice, To develop physician scientists whose published research and investigative activity will make significant contributions to the advancement of knowledge in the field, To create innovators and leaders in academic medicine within the field of pediatric cardiology, Airway management and mechanical ventilation, Technical aspects of cardiac surgery and postoperative management, Mechanical support including ECMO and VAD, Participation in morning and evening rounds with the CICU team, Preparation of weekly pre-surgical conference and monthly CICU mortality and morbidity conference, Coordination of all appropriate pre- and post-operative testing (e.g. Fellows gain experience with: Trainees participate in daily arrhythmia rounds, all outpatient arrhythmia visits, pacemaker clinic, EP consult service, intracardiac electrophysiology studies and operative and catheter ablation procedures. Current Position(s): Assistant Professor, Director of Outreach, OHSU In the second year, fellows work with the research director and coordinator (with input from their clinical mentor and research mentor) to form a Scholarship Oversight Committee (SOC). The SOC will review the fellow’s individual development plan, proposed project summary (aka “white paper”) and IRB submission protocols. Fetal Cardiology, Jennifer Huang The echo lab, operating room, pediatric ICU, wards, and continuity clinic are all located within Doernbecher. View highlighted recent publications from the Cardiac Center. David Finkelstein, MD, Amy Romer MD, Dustin Nash, MD, Rachel Shustak, MD and Andrea Jones, MD. Fellows’ clinical and academic progress is monitored via monthly rotation evaluations as well as a semi-annual review process supervised by our Clinical Competency Committee (CCC), which measures Fellows’ professional growth and achievement of pediatric subspecialty training milestones in accordance with the six (6) ACGME-defined core competency areas. The Cardiac Program Operations and Quality Committees each provide mentorship and ideas for important QI projects.