Department of Medicine

Fellowship Training

Indiana University School of Medicine offers ACGME-accredited and highly competitive fellowship programs in cardiology including Cardiovascular Disease, Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology and Interventional Cardiology. These programs attract candidates of the highest quality. In fact, cardiology fellows have received awards within the Department of Medicine and in competitions at national scientific meetings.

Graduates of the cardiology fellowship programs at IU School of Medicine have gone on to cardiology department or section leadership positions at Massachusetts General Hospital, University of Michigan, Duke University, University of Pennsylvania, University of Oklahoma, University of Utah, and other prestigious academic institutions. Cardiovascular scientists from thirteen countries have studied at IU School of Medicine. Graduates of cardiovascular clinical training programs have established prominent cardiology groups throughout the midwest.

Contact the Cardiology Fellowship Coordinator at 317-274-0700 for information about these programs.

Cardiovascular Disease

Cardiovascular Disease

Accepting five fellows each year, this program benefits from faculty using modern clinical facilities and resources to train and advance the quality of cardiovascular care.
Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology

Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology

Fellows in this program train in clinical care facilities equipped with the most advanced equipment for addressing heart rhythm disturbances with guidance from IU School of Medicine faculty physicians.
Interventional Cardiology

Interventional Cardiology

Training for this fellowship takes place within the adult diagnostic and interventional cardiac catheterization lab, which provides cardiac and peripheral diagnostic, interventional and congenital catheterization procedures.

Current Fellows

Hamid Bahrami, MD

Hamid Bahrami, MD

Internal Medicine-Cardiovascular Disease, PGY 5
Ross University

Upasana Jarori, MD

Upasana Jarori, MD

Internal Medicine-Cardiovascular Disease, PGY 7
Indiana University School of Medicine
Kavita B. Khaira, MD

Kavita B. Khaira, MD

Internal Medicine-Cardiovascular Disease, PGY 6
Ohio State University College of Medicine
Benjamin Maatman, MD

Benjamin Maatman, MD

Internal Medicine-Interventional Cardiology, PGY 7
Wayne State University School of Medicine
Ryan D. Mallory, MD

Ryan D. Mallory, MD

Internal Medicine-Cardiovascular Disease, PGY 6
Ohio State University College of Medicine

Hassan M. Mostafa, MD

Hassan M. Mostafa, MD

Internal Medicine-Cardiovascular Disease, PGY 6
American University of Beirut
Hossein B. Ouranos, MD

Hossein B. Ouranos, MD

Internal Medicine-Cardiovascular Disease, PGY 7
Indiana University School of Medicine
Anish Kumar Pattisapu, MD

Anish Kumar Pattisapu, MD

Internal Medicine-Cardiovascular Disease, PGY 5
Northeastern Ohio Univ Coll of Med
Sujoy Phookan, MD

Sujoy Phookan, MD

Internal Medicine-Cardiovascular Disease, PGY 5
Albany Medical College of Union University
Hugo A. Rios-Meza, MD

Hugo A. Rios-Meza, MD

Internal Medicine-Interventional Cardiology, PGY 7
Institute Technologicode Monterrey
Eric A. Robinson, MD

Eric A. Robinson, MD

Internal Medicine-Cardiovascular Disease, PGY 5
Indiana University School of Medicine

Joel W. Simon, MD

Joel W. Simon, MD

Internal Medicine-Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology, PGY 8
University of Arkansas College of Medicine

Marcelle A. Stucky, MD

Marcelle A. Stucky, MD

Internal Medicine-Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology, PGY 7
Indiana University School of Medicine
Kate Tsarova, MD

Kate Tsarova, MD

Internal Medicine-Cardiovascular Disease, PGY 6
University of Florida College of Medicine
Alexander E. Urban, MD

Alexander E. Urban, MD

Internal Medicine-Cardiovascular Disease, PGY 5
Indiana University School of Medicine