Fellowship and Research Training Programs
Our high-quality fellowship and research training programs are competitive and exciting. Our faculty members are skilled mentors and offer a personal approach to training and guiding the next generation of cardiologists. We offer a general cardiology disease fellowship, seven advanced cardiology fellowships, and two NIH-funded T32 research training programs. Learn more.
Conferences & Lectures
Throughout the year, we offer physicians, mid-level and advanced practice providers a variety of continuing medical education courses and seminars taught by our faculty.
Additional Continuing Medical Education Opportunities
- Department of Internal Medicine Grand Rounds
- Department of Internal Medicine Continuing Medical Education (CME)
- Michigan Medicine Office of Continuing Medical Education and Lifelong Learning
Michigan-Israel Partnership for Research and Education
Since 2011, researchers at the University of Michigan, Technion–Israel Institute of Technology, and the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel have collaborated on nearly 50 competitively funded research projects as part of the Michigan-Israel Partnership for Research and Education.
For the past year, U-M faculty have presented complimentary informational dinners on a variety of cardiovascular-related topics at locations throughout Michigan. This is a unique opportunity for our faculty to interact with doctors, mid-level and advanced practice providers, share their expertise and discuss various issues. Positive survey feedback from past attendees has demonstrated that these informational dinners are viewed as valuable and worthwhile. Past topics include heart failure, TAVR, stroke, hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, pulmonary hypertension and peripheral arterial disease. U-M doctors look forward to sharing information with our referring physicians in an informal, interactive environment and welcome the opportunity to hear your thoughts on topics you’d like us to pursue in the future. Upcoming topics, include electrophysiology, mitral valve disease and many others.
For more information about the dates and locations of upcoming dinners, contact Erika Laszlo at (734) 647-1164 or [email protected].
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