How to Apply

Training Program in Cardiovascular Disease

All applicants will be coordinated through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) and candidates selected using the National Resident Subspecialty Match Program.  

Please note that the deadline for receipt of applications for traiing beginning in July 2013 has already passed.  

As previously described in detail, our Training Program in Cardiovascular Disease offers two training pathways, the Clinician-Educator Pathway (a three-year commitment), and the Physician-Investigator Pathway (a four-year commitment). However, we have a single match for all applicants.


If you have any questions regarding the application process or our training program, do not hesitate to contact the Training Program Director, Dr. Barry Rosenzweig, 212-263-6587, or the Training Program Coordinator, Shari Smith, 212-263-6587.


Training Program in Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology

Potential applicants for advanced training in Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology should contact the Program Director.

Larry A. Chinitz, MD
Director of Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology
T: 212-263-7149
Email: Larry A. Chinitz, MD

 

Training Program in Interventional Cardiology

Potential applicants for advanced training in Interventional Cardiology should contact the Program Director.

Frederick Feit, MD
Director, Training Program in Interventional Cardiology
T: 212-263-5656
Email: Frederick Feit, MD

 

Training Program in Heart Failure and Advanced Cardiac Therapeutics

Potential applicants should submit a copy of their CV along with 3 letters of recommendation to:

Mariya Butnar

530 First Avenue, Skirball 9R
New York, NY  10016

Fax: 212-263-3988
Email: Mariya Butnar

For questions regarding the training program, please contact Dr. Alex Reyentovich at 212-263-3136

 

Training Program in Preventive Cardiology

Potential applicants for advanced training in Preventive Cardiology should contact:

Eugenia Gianos, MD
T: 212-263-7751
Email: Eugenia Gianos, MD