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United States

University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB)
Name of Program: University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB)
Main Contact: Dr. Carrie Lenneman
Phone: (205) 975-7123
Program Description: Two year program with one year dedicated to clinical cardio-oncology and additional year to complete clinical research project on a T32 grant.
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University of California - San Francisco
Name of Program: Cardio-Oncology and Immunology Fellowship
Main Contact: Javid Moslehi, MD
Program Description: Fellowship is a funded 2-year fellowship to highly motivated individuals. The program includes clinical training, didactic teaching, and an immersive research experience. The primary goal of this training program is to prepare trainees to become physician-scientists in cardio-oncology and cardio-immunology and to become future leaders in these emerging fields. All interested applicants need to have completed a cardiology fellowship to be considered eligible. However, individuals with exceptional research backgrounds will also be considered. All applicants must also have a strong research foundation. Funding will be provided from both philanthropic donations as well as an NIH T32 training grant. It is expected that fellows will compete for and obtain career development grants to start academic careers at the completion of the fellowship.

The clinical training of this fellowship provides a structured curriculum including weekly didactic sessions, clinical rotations, and cardio-oncology based research experience. Fellows rotate through the outpatient cardio-oncology, amyloid, and CHIP clinics as well as dedicated oncology clinics, which will expose them to the various aspects of oncology care. These dedicated oncology clinics will include breast cancer, prostate cancer, melanoma, leukemia/lymphoma, transplant, gastrointestinal, genitourinary, and radiation oncology clinics, as well as the early drug development and survivorship oncology clinical programs. This broad clinical experience is made possible by an integrated cardiovascular center and access to world-class academic faculty in oncology and cardiology. Close collaboration with various departments at UCSF allows for integration with other aspects of the cardiovascular division including heart failure, vascular medicine, cardiac imaging, arrhythmia, autonomic dysfunction, and genetics programs.
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Yale School of Medicine
Name of Program: Yale School of Medicine Advanced Cardio-Oncology Program
Main Contact: Elisabeth Reitman
Phone: 203.737.6862
Program Description: The program is a 12-month training experience available to graduates of a fellowship in adult cardiology and will accept one fellow per year. This advanced fellowship will provide expert and dedicated training in cardio-oncology with the aim to train enthusiastic fellows to become outstanding academic leaders in this rapidly growing field. The program will include robust training in a busy outpatient clinical care environment, inpatient consults, didactic teaching, and clinical research. Additional opportunities also exist in translational research and advanced cardiac imaging, which can be tailored to the candidate's prior experience and career goals.
Recruitment: Applications for July 2021 are currently being accepted.
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MedStar Washington Hospital Center
Name of Program: J.D. Murphy Jr. Cardio-Oncology Fellowship Program
Main Contact: Allen J. Taylor MD, Chairman, Cardiology- Washington Region, MedStar Health
Phone: 202-877-9090
Program Description: Post graduate training program training the next generation of cardio-oncology leaders.

Medstar Health is one of the premier academic health care institutions in the Mid-Atlantic area, covering the Washington, DC and Baltimore regions. MedStar Cardiology is made up of a team of cardiologists and cardiac surgeons who care for patients through the entire spectrum of disease including advanced imaging, procedural care, and advanced heart failure. The program is one of the few in the country recognized in the top 50 US programs in both US News and World Reports and Healthgrades. Training for cardio-oncology takes place within our academic health care system including over 35 fellows in all disciplines of cardiovascular disease. The Lombardi Cancer Institute at Georgetown University Medical Center is a comprehensive cancer center with robust and diverse active and survivorship cancer care. While training in cardio-oncology, supplemental experience is available within other cardiovascular disciplines including advanced cardiovascular imaging.
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University of South Florida
Name of Program: University of South Florida Cardio-Oncology Program
Program Director: Mohammed Alomar, MD
Phone: (813) 259-0600
Program Description: The University of South Florida cardio-oncology program is a one-year clinical and research fellowship. The clinical training takes place at the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center, one of the top ten cancer centers in the United States.

The fellowship is designed to train the next generation of cardio-oncology leaders to support the growing need for cancer patients and survivors.

Clinical training involves outpatient cardiovascular screening, prevention and management of cancer therapy-induced cardiotoxicities, cardiac amyloidosis, and primary cardiac tumors. In addition, numerous research activities are available. For interested applicants, basic cardiac MRI training is available.
University of Chicago
Name of Program: University of Chicago
Main Contact: Dr. Michael Davidson
Phone: (312) 401-6141
Program Description: One year prevention fellowship focusing on Lipidology and genomics
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Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis
Name of Program: Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis
Main Contact: Dr. Joshua Mitchell
Phone: (314) 273-2255
Program Description: This is a one-year program designed to provide comprehensive exposure to all aspects of inpatient and outpatient cardio-oncology and cardiac amyloidosis. Fellows receive training in prevention, screening, and management of cardiotoxicity in patients with cancer as well as diagnosis and treatment of cardiac amyloidosis. Fellows spend 6 months on the inpatient consult service (approximately 1/2 day per day on weekdays, no weekends). The remaining 6 months will be structured based on the applicants interests and can include further training in radiation oncology, imaging (such as advanced echocardiogram, CT, MR, or PET), or other instruction in research or grantsmanship (classes from the Masters programs in clinical investigation, population health sciences, bio-informatics, etc.). All applicants are expected to have a research project in either cardio-oncology or amyloidosis as a requirement for the fellowship. Washington University is uniquely situated to provide enhanced and comprehensive training given the integration of its premier Cardiology division and the Siteman Cancer Center, a national leader in cancer care. Ongoing and pending clinical trials including early identification and treatment of cardiotoxicity as well as novel therapeutics for cardiac amyloidosis. Teaching faculty are composed of experienced cardio-oncologists nationally recognized in their field. One candidate is accepted annually. Applications are due by December 1, 2019 with training to start July 1, 2020.
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Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Cardiology Service/Division of Subspecialty Medicine/Department of Medicine
Name of Program: Cardio-Oncology Research and Clinical Fellowship
Main Contact: Xavier Aristy
Phone: 212-639-5154
Program Description: Cardio-Oncology Research and Clinical Fellowship
Chief, Cardiology Service: Jennifer Liu, MD

The Cardiology Service at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center is offering one to two-year fellowship training in Cardio-Oncology for board eligible/certified general and subspecialty trained cardiologists. It is a clinically rigorous and supportive training environment for individuals wishing to pursue a leadership career in this burgeoning field. Trainees experience intensive, multidisciplinary inpatient and ambulatory clinical exposure. Fellows also work side by side with accomplished clinical and translational researchers to produce multiple peer reviewed publications. Exposure to advanced imaging in cardio-oncology including echocardiography, cardiac PET, coronary CTA and cardiac MRI is an important aspect of the program.
Recruitment: Positions available for July 2024 start date. Please complete an application and submit three letters of recommendation; curriculum vitae, personal statement, and medical school diploma to:

Fellowship Director, Cardiology Service
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
1275 York Avenue
Box #43
New York, NY 10065

For more information, please contact:
Xavier Aristy
Fellowship Coordinator
Phone: (212) 639-5154
Fax: (212) 717-3624

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University of Pennsylvania
Name of Program: Penn Cardio-Oncology Fellowship
Main Contact: Joseph Carver, MD
Phone: N/A
Secondary Contact: N/A
Email: N/A
Phone: N/A
Length of Program: Availability of monthly rotations and/or year-long program:
  • Three month rotation for Cardiology or Oncology Fellow-In-Training
  • Full 1-year intensive training position for Cardiology or Oncology Fellowship
Training Background(s) Accepted: Post-CV Fellowship, Post-Oncology Fellowship or other)
Program Eligibility: US Citizen & International Candidates
How to Apply: Please contact the program for details
Program Description: The Penn Cardio-Oncology Fellowship provides comprehensive education and training across this multidisciplinary subspecialty. We believe that collaboration and communication between cardiologists and oncologists, in addition to other personnel, is vital to the success of a cardio-oncology program and fellowship. To this end, we encourage co-management of relevant issues, so that trainees can gain a full understanding of the advantages as well as the importance of teamwork.

The program is an intensive patient care year with inpatient and outpatient consultation and direct patient care. There is exposure to all aspects of cancer care and survivorship. Fellows spend dedicated time in radiation oncology and rounds with in-patient medical oncology services. There is dedicated time for enhancement of imaging skills and the opportunity for clinical cardio-oncology research.
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Vanderbilt University
Name of Program: Vanderbilt Cardio-Oncology Fellowship
Main Contact: Javid Moslehi, MD
Phone: N/A
Secondary Contact: Daniel Lenihan, MD
Phone: N/A
Length of Program: Varies, please refer to website
Training Background(s) Accepted: Please contact the program for details
Program Eligibility: Please contact the program for details
How to Apply: Please contact the program for details
Program Description: Vanderbilt Cardio-Oncology program is offering 1 year or 2 year clinical and research fellowships to highly motivated individuals. Cardio-oncology has emerged as a new frontier in medicine. The Vanderbilt cardio-oncology faculty are world leaders in this emerging field and bring diverse clinical and research perspectives for training purposes. Our program includes clinical training, didactic teaching and research experience. The primary goal of the training program is to prepare trainees to become outstanding academic physicians in cardio-oncology and involved in research, education and clinical activities.
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University of Texas
Name of Program: University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
Main Contact: Miss Lauren Sutton
Phone: (713) 792-1958
Program Description: The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center cardio-oncology fellowship is a one-year clinical and research program. Training will occur at MD Anderson Cancer Center (MDACC), which is the top cancer center in the United States.

The fellowship is designed to train the next generation of cardio-oncology leaders to support the growing need for cancer patients and survivors. The fellowship will consist of six months of clinical and six months of research training.

Clinical training occurs in the MDACC high volume outpatient cardio-oncology clinics, inpatient cardio-oncology consult services, noninvasive imaging and stress testing, and on-site Cardiac Catheterization and Electrophysiology laboratory. The candidate will have an opportunity to learn about cardiovascular screening, prevention and management of cancer therapy-induced cardiotoxicities including immunotherapy, cardiac amyloidosis, cardiac tumors, and the management of cardiovascular diseases in cancer patients and survivors. In addition, the candidate will be expected to have a primary role in at least one and a secondary role in several research projects in cardio-oncology. This position is in addition to cardiology fellows who rotate through MD Anderson from the UT Health Sciences Center. There are regularly scheduled cardio-oncology educational conferences for trainees including case presentations, journal club, research meetings, and cardiology grand rounds.

Applications are being accepted at present for training to start July 1, 2022. We are accepting applications from physicians who will complete internal medicine residency or general cardiology fellowship by the start date. Please send your CV and other pertinent information by email to Ms. Lauren Sutton, educational program coordinator at

The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer an does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, religion, disability, or veteran status, except where such distinction is required by law. M. D. Anderson Cancer Center values diversity in its broadest sense. Diversity works at M. D. Anderson. Smoke-free environment.
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University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
Name of Program: University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center Cardio-Oncology Fellowship Program
Main Contact: Billy Brown
Phone: (214)648-2062
Program Description: The UT Southwestern Cardio-Oncology Fellowship Program is designed to provide advanced training in Cardio-Oncology.

The program offers comprehensive clinical exposure to inpatient and outpatient Cardio-Oncology practice, and scholarly engagement. Fellows receive training in prevention, screening, diagnosis, and management of cardiovascular complications of cancer therapy. Fellows are exposed to patients presenting with diverse conditions before high-risk therapies, during active cancer treatment, as well as long-term cancer survivors. A unique Cardio-Oncology Immersion complements this experience embedding the fellow in multidisciplinary cancer care settings for a comprehensive, patient-centered perspective. Specialized clinics include Lung, Breast, Multiple Myeloma, Bone Marrow Transplant, and Genitourinary disease-oriented teams, Oncology Pharmacy teams, Palliative Care, Benign Hematology, and Radiation Oncology.

Clinical experiences are based on encounters at the Cardio-Oncology Program clinic within the Harold C. Simmons Comprehensive Cancer Center – the only NCI-designated cancer center in North Texas, the Parkland Health and Hospital System outpatient clinics – a nationally recognized urban safety-net health system, and the inpatient Cardio-Oncology consult service at Clements University Hospital – a tertiary care academic referral center. Fellows work closely with national leaders in Cardio-Oncology, cardiovascular and oncological specialties, providing exceptional care in a variety of clinical settings.

Fellows participate in a bi-weekly Cardio-Oncology conference series as a source of formal didactic education to supplement clinical learning. Fellows are also expected to participate in a Cardio-Oncology mentored quality improvement or research project as part of the fellowship year. Dedicated time is allocated for fellows to pursue complementary clinical interests such as advanced imaging (advanced echocardiography, CT, MRI) or medical education coursework.

How to Apply:

This position requires a Medical Doctorate degree (M.D.), Doctor of Osteopathy (D.O.) or foreign equivalent from an approval school of medicine. Candidates applying for the fellowship program must be board eligible/certified in general cardiology.

As part of the application process, you must submit the following in PDF format via Email:

  • An updated Curriculum Vitae (CV)
  • A personal statement
  • Three letters of recommendation attesting to your academic and personal qualifications including one from your general cardiology program director
  • If you have further questions, please feel free to email us at any time.
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    Royal Brompton Hospital
    Name of Program: Royal Brompton Hospital Cardio-Oncology Fellowship
    Main Contact: Alexander Lyon, MD, Clinical Lead for Cardio-Oncology
    Phone: N/A
    Secondary Contact: N/A
    Email: N/A
    Phone: N/A
    Length of Program: 6 or 12-month programs, beginning April or October
    Training Background(s) Accepted: Post-CV Fellowship, Post-Oncology Fellowship or Other
    Program Eligibility: US Citizen & International Candidates
    How to Apply: Please apply online
    Program Description: The Cardio-oncology service at the Royal Brompton hospital was initiated in 2011 and receives up to 200 new referrals per annum, offering a range of the complex medical issues seen in a busy Cardio-oncology service. The fellow is responsible for preparing the information and results for new referrals and presentation in the Cardio-oncology multidisciplinary team meeting (MDT). The fellow will also be responsible for management of Cardio-oncology patients admitted for acute care or investigations, and reviewing inpatients in our partner oncology hospitals with acute cardiac conditions.

    Weekly activities: one daycase assessment and two cardio-oncology clinics per week. One Cardio-oncology MDT meeting and one general heart failure MDT meeting where cardio-oncology cases are presented and discussed. Daily liaison with Cardio-Oncology nurse and team re patient clinical enquiries. Participation in audit and research is strongly encouraged.

    The Royal Brompton Hospital manages patients from a variety of cardiac specialities (EP, coronary artery disease, heart failure, ACHD) both on an in-patient and out-patient basis and provides input to multidisciplinary team meetings. The successful applicant will join the cardio-oncology service with unique training opportunities in this new subspecialty area.

    The successful candidate will be expected to participate in an on-call rota providing resident and non-resident cover during the day, at nights and weekends.
    Program Website: Click here.

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