Apply For Dedicated Sports Cardiology Fellowship Opportunity

At Emory University School of Medicine, the cardiovascular disease fellowship – led by Program Director, B. Robinson Williams III, MD, FACC, and Associate Director, Puja Mehta, MD, FACC – offers a 4-year clinical investigator track. This track includes 2-years of clinical research followed by 2-years of general cardiology fellowship training. Jonathan H. Kim, MD, MSc, FACC, is the Director of the Sports Cardiology Program at Emory and has an open spot available for a fellow interested in the 4-year clinical investigator track. This fellow would be involved with dedicated sports cardiology research as well as clinical aspects of sports cardiology during the 2-years of clinical research. This fellow would then proceed to the clinical fellowship years the last 2-years of training. Applications for this clinical investigator track proceed through standard ERAS processes with selected interviews following. Formal acceptance within the clinical investigator track at Emory is outside of the Match. Contact Jonathan Kim at with questions.