The Cardio-Oncology Section provides a forum for cardiovascular and oncology specialists within the ACC and works on overarching strategy for the College’s current and upcoming cardio-oncology initiatives and activities.

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Connect with colleagues that share your professional interests by joining the Cardio-Oncology Section today. To join, call ACC Member Care at (800) 253-4636, ext. 5603.

Member Benefits

The Cardio-Oncology Member Section provides participants with opportunities to make a difference in the cardio-oncology community and:

  • Network with colleagues
  • Develop leadership skills
  • Advance your career
  • Strengthen your skills
  • Expand upon your interests within the specialty

Message From the Chair

Welcome to the ACC Cardio-Oncology Section!

The mission of this Section is to improve the cardiovascular health of patients with cancer and cancer survivors through education, training, research development and interdisciplinary collaboration. It is our goal to serve as a professional home for all American College of Cardiology members whose clinical and/or research interests lie in cardio-oncology. Read more >>>

This exciting new field spans broad areas of cardiovascular medicine, from basic mechanisms of cardiovascular toxicities, translation and risk stratification using cardiovascular imaging and biomarkers, to clinical strategies aimed at prevention and treatment of cardiovascular disease in patients undergoing cancer treatments and cancer survivors.

Rapidly growing market of novel and emerging cancer therapies and rising number of patients living with and surviving cancer, often in the setting of new or pre-existing cardiovascular disease and risk factors, have created a need for specialty cardiovascular care.

Our Section aims to provide a broad platform for cardiovascular specialists to engage in and advance educational programming, training and clinical guidance in Cardio-Oncology. We welcome your suggestions and look forward to your participation in developing quality metrics, enhancing educational interactions and engaging fellows in training and early career members in new initiatives focused to advance patient care.

Collaboration is at the heart of this interdisciplinary field and it is our goal to create an open forum for interaction and synergy among cardiovascular health care providers, oncology health care professionals, and other stakeholders while encouraging broader and more systematic partnership between cardiology and oncology professional societies.

Please consider joining the Cardio-Oncology Section and become an active part of an exciting journey of field development!

I sincerely look forward to working with all you!

Ana Barac, MD, PhD, FACC

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Section News

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JACC: Case Reports Second Issue Now Live

August 29, 2019

Highlights From JACC

The second issue of JACC: Case Reports is now online. Accompanied by a summary podcast from Editor-in-Chief Julia Grapsa, MD, PhD, FACC, the issue includes a mini-focus issue on interventional complications and their management, a heart care team/multidisciplinary team live case, clinical vignettes, an electrocardiogram challenge, a quality improvement project and many informative clinical cases.

Cardiology Magazine; July 2019

Check Out the July Issue of Cardiology; Your Member Magazine

July 23, 2019

Highlights From Cardiology Magazine

Cardiology is the ACC's flagship member magazine — your member magazine — providing cardiovascular professionals with a comprehensive source for clinical and professional news. Find links to all of the July issue's articles and share on social media!


Submit Your Next Manuscript to JACC: CardioOncology

June 27, 2019


For researchers examining the complex and growing field of cardio-oncology, JACC: CardioOncology offers an excellent opportunity to publish in the highly read, highly ranked JACC Journals family.

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