Our world-class faculty and invited experts and leaders, along with our current fellows provide educational lectures in cardiovascular disease
The Cardiovascular Medicine Fellowship core training program includes supervised experience in the full spectrum of cardiovascular disciplines including both inpatient and outpatient cardiovascular consultation, critical-care cardiology, post-operative management of cardiovascular surgical patients, interventional cardiology, clinical electrophysiology, heart failure / cardiac transplantation, and cardiovascular imaging.
Didactic lectures are given once daily as a part of our structured lectures and conferences which includes our: Topics in Cardiology lecture series, EP/ECG conference, Multi-modality imaging conference, Cath Angio club, Journal club, Research conference, and our Week in Review conference. In addition, our fellows are free and encouraged to attend and participate in the sub-specialty conferences whenever possible.
Topics in Cardiology Grand rounds Lecture Series
The "Topics in Cardiology" Grand Rounds lecture series is our primary academic conference and occurs every Wednesday morning at 7:30 am in the Mailman Center 8th Floor Conference Room. Academic and research lectures are delivered by our own faculty within the division, faculty from other department and divisions, invited faculty from other institutions, as well as our own 2nd and 3rd year cardiology fellows who each deliver one grand round session yearly. All faculty, residents, fellows, and students are invited and welcome to attend.
Please note that currently during the COVID pandemic ALL lectures are being delivered via ZOOM. Please fee free to view our recorded lectures.
Joel Fishman MD PhD
Department of radiology, Chief of cardiothoracic radiology
Dr Fishman reviews and discusses the use of cardiac magnetic resonance imaging for the diagnosis and evaluation of nonischemic cardiomyopathies during topics in cardiology grand rounds lecture series.
Joshua M Hare, MD
Louis Lemberg Professor of Medicine
Founding director, Interdisciplinary Stem Cell Institute
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr Hare discusses the our current understanding of viral heart disease and early findings regarding cardiac involvement of the SARs-COV2 virus.
Mauricio G Cohen, MD
Director, Cardiac Catheterization lab UHealth Towers
Dr. Cohen reviews the history and data behind reperfusion therapy for acute myocardial infarction and discusses the implications and use of reperfusion therapy during the current COVID-19 pandemic.
Gilson C Fernandes, MD
Our current cardiology fellow, Dr Fernandes reviews the sympathetic and parasympathetic innervation of the heart and the modification of this for the treatment of heart rhythm disorders.
Ronald Goldberg, MD
Dr. Goldberg discusses the delicate interplay between diabetes and cardiovascular disease, and reviews the data in regards to reduction of cardiovascular risks in diabetes including newer treatments.
Nitika Dabas, MD
Our current fellow Dr Dabas discusses our current knowledge regarding how the SARs-COV2 virus and COVID-19 affects the heart.
Parham Zarrini MD MBA
Our current cardiology fellow, Dr. Parham Zarrini, reviews the literature and discusses the management strategies for atrial fibrillation, reviewing the evidence from the AFFIRM trial and through more recent studies looking at rhythm control, such as the CABANA trial.
Irving Perez-Guzman MD
Our current cardiology fellow, Dr. Irving Perez-Guzman, reviews the literature and discusses the management strategies for patients with established cardiovascular disease during pregnancy and postpartum.
Grace Wu MD
Our current cardiology fellow, Dr. Grace Wu, reviews the literature and discusses how new medications, including the recently FDA-approved bemdedoic acid may fit into our treatment strategies for patients with dyslipidemia.
Paul Odunayo Olorunfemi MD MPH
Our current cardiology fellow, Dr. Paul Odunayo Olorunfemi, reviews the literature and discusses the management strategies and special concerns for elderly patients undergoing percutaneous coronary interventions and procedures.
Celso De La Cruz Luque MD
Our current cardiology fellow, Dr. Celso De La Cruz, reviews the literature and discusses the management strategies for anticoagulation post transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR).
Harold Rivner, MD
Our current cardiology fellow, Dr Harold Rivner, discusses the implications, and treatment algorithms for ventricular ectopy and premature ventricular complexes.
Adedapo Iluyomade, MD MBA
Our current co-chief fellow, Dr Adedapo Iluyomade, presents current evidence based and emerging data regarding prevention of cardiovascular disease in high-risk patients.