The Pediatric Cardiology Fellowship Program at Indiana University School of Medicine trains clinically strong, compassionate and competent pediatric cardiologists. The program offers comprehensive, in-depth fellowship experience by combining excellent multi-disciplinary teaching in all specialty areas, personal mentorship including formal scholarship oversight, and exposure to basic, clinical, and translational research. The program offers a flexible training curriculum to allow each fellow to achieve their career goals as a pediatric cardiologist. IU School of Medicine accepts two fellows per year for the Pediatric Cardiology Fellowship.
Program leaders believe that excellence in clinical care is a prerequisite foundation for a successful, long lasting career in the field of pediatric cardiology. Fellows rotate through all areas of clinical cardiology on a monthly basis. Training also includes approximately one year of research experience.