Preparing Tomorrow's Cardiovascular Leaders
From cardiologists to surgeons, radiologists to anesthesiologists, and nurses to radiologic technicians and cardiac rehabilitation specialists, the University of Michigan Frankel Cardiovascular Center offers a wide range of training programs for early-career health professionals.
Visit these links to learn more about our programs, the application process, and deadlines.
Cardiovascular Medicine Fellowships
For information about Cardiovascular Medicine fellowships, including the Adult Congenital Heart Disease Fellowship, the Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology Fellowship (CCEP), and the Heart Failure and Heart Transplant Fellowship, visit the Cardiovascular Medicine Fellowship Programs page on the Michigan Medicine Internal Medicine website.
For information about Radiology fellowships visit the Fellowships page on the MIchigan Medicine Department of Radiology website.
Other Medical Training Programs
- Pediatric Cardiology fellowship
- Program in Biomedical Sciences (PIBS)
- Thoracic Surgery residency & fellowship (including Cardiac surgery training and optional fellowships in Adult Cardiac Surgery and Pediatric Cardiac Surgery)
- Vascular Surgery Fellowship
Continuing Medical Education
The Michigan Medicine Frankel Cardiovascular Center offers several continuing medical education courses for physicians each year. Visit the U-M Medical School CME site to see the list of upcoming courses.
All positions, including faculty jobs for physicians, are posted on the central U-M careers web sites, www.umjobs.com, as they become available. Follow the instructions on the site to create a free account, and to search for positions that suit your expertise, interests and experience level.
To learn more about making your career at the U-M Health System, which includes the U-M Cardiovascular Center, visit our Careers web site.