The University of Wisconsin Cardiovascular Medicine Division offers a research fellowship in atherosclerosis imaging. This fellowship is best suited for physicians who have completed their internal medicine residency and/or cardiology fellowship training who wish to pursue clinical research training in cardiology and/or preventive cardiology with a goal of becoming an academic clinical investigator. The Atherosclerosis Imaging Research Fellowship focuses on arterial imaging and preventive cardiology. It also provides hands-on and classroom training in clinical research techniques. Clinical training involves participation in a multidisciplinary preventive cardiology clinic and/or a general cardiology clinic.
This fellowship is competitive. It is funded by a National Institutes of Health T32 Award through the University of Wisconsin Cardiovascular Research Center and other sources. Availability of a fellowship position is contingent on funding and qualifications. The salary is at the appropriate PGY level.
|2002–2003||Maureen E. Mays, MD, MS|
|2004–2005||Wendy S. Tzou, MD|
|2005–2007, 2009–2010||Heather M. Johnson, MD|
|2006–2008||Claudia E. Korcarz, DVM|
|2008–2009||Linda Gossett, MD|
|2010–2011, 2013–2014||Matthew C. Tattersall, DO|
|2012–2013||Adam D. Gepner, MD|
|2015–2016||Cecile King, MD|
|2018-2019||Kelly M. T. Schmidt, MD|
|2021-2022||Christina M. Hughey, MD|