Department of Medicine
University of Wisconsin
Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship Programs
Providing world-class education and experience to future cardiovascular medicine professionals is the goal of the University of Wisconsin- Madison’s cardiovascular disease fellowship programs. The programs are unique in that trainees will find themselves at the center of the action. Staff and mentors are accessible and work with the trainees to foster a positive environment where trainees are not obligated to mundane tasks but are instead encouraged to follow their passion and gain experience in their area of expertise. The program offers trainees the opportunity to work in several different settings while gaining experience in their area of interest.
The University of Wisconsin’s Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship Programs also help to shape some of the best physicians in the field. With 100 percent of fellows becoming board certified since 2007 and about 40 percent going on to work in academia, the Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship programs at the University of Wisconsin are among the best.
To learn more about the programs:
- ACGME Accredited Cardiovascular Medicine Fellowship Program
- ACGME Accredited Interventional Cardiology Fellowship Program
- ACGME Accredited Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology Fellowship
- Heart Failure Fellowship
- Continuing Medical Education
- CVM Grand Rounds