Led by program director Elisabeth von der Lohe, MD, training for the Interventional Cardiology Fellowship program takes place within the adult diagnostic and interventional cardiac catheterization lab, which provides cardiac and peripheral diagnostic, interventional and congenital catheterization procedures for patients. The catheterization and interventional labs are staffed by specially trained physicians, nurses and technologists to provide high-quality care and effective treatment for patients with heart and vascular diseases. As a primary investigational site for new treatment modalities, the Division of Cardiology in the Department of Medicine at IU School of Medicine continues to make great strides in improving long-term benefits while providing the best possible care for patients in Indianapolis.
Applications for the Interventional Cardiology Fellowship must be submitted using the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS®). The ERAS Post Office opens on July 15.
IU School of Medicine is not accepting applications to this program for the 2018-2019 year.
Required application materials include ERAS Application, Curriculum Vitae, personal statement, USMLE Scores, three letters of recommendation, photo, and valid ECFMG Certificate (for non-US medical graduates).
Contact the Cardiology Fellowship Coordinator for information about these programs.