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Cardiology Grand Rounds Program

A weekly highlight of our training program is our weekly Cardiology Grand Rounds program.  Our program is noted for its outstanding Cardiology Grand Rounds program held weekly (except during the summer). We invite leading clinical experts and nationally and internationally acclaimed academicians from across the globe to SLRHC in order to provide our faculty, fellows and housestaff with exposure to the latest research and clinical developments in Cardiology. In addition, we often make arrangements for visiting faculty to stay on for an additional lecture, thus allowing our fellows and faculty to interact with leading personalities in the world of cardiology. The roster of recent speakers at our Cardiology Grand Rounds program is provided.

Cardiology Grand Rounds Program

 

2012-2013 Cardiology Grand Rounds Schedule
Speaker
Topic
Alan Rozanski
Can we use risk information to motivate patients?
Emad Aziz
State of the Art Comprehensive Management of Atrial Fibrillation
Brenda Matti
Update on Preventative Care for Older Adults
Franz Messerli
Resistant Hypertension and Renal Denervation
Seth Uretsky
Update on MRI
Carl Lavie
Obesity
Julius Gardin
The Use and Misuse of Carotid Intimal Thickness in Assessing CVD
Dan Swistel
Current Advances in Cardiac Surgery
Pi-Sunyer
Influence of ectopic fat on cardiovascular risk
Philip Greenland
What is the future of cardiac risk prediction?
Michael Redlener
ACS and Cardiac death before we get our hands on them...
George Beller
Noninvasive Risk Assessment in Symptomatic and Asymptomatic Diabetic Patients: An Update
Jacqueline Tamis
Integrating Care for ST Elevation MI: What's new in 2013 and What's in the Pipeline?
Linda Gillam
Ischemic Mitral Regurgitation: State of the Art
Harvey Feigenbaum
The Future of Echo
Frank Marchlinski
Complex Ablations 
Mun Hong
An update on oral antiplatelet therapy for acute coronary syndrome
Jim Slater
Mitral  Clip
Ronald Zolty
Pulmonary Hypertension
Warren Sherman
Stem Cells
Gary Roubin
Carotid Stenting; State of the Art
Juan Badimon
Past, Present and Future of Oral anticoagulants in Atrial Fibrilation
William Abraham
Ambulatory Management of Congestive Heart Failure
John Fisher
Do appropriate and inappropriate ICD shocks impact similarly patient outcome?
Mark Sherrid
HCM
Isaac Kronzon
3D Echocardiography
Conor Barrett
Afib Update 2013

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2013-2014 Cardiology Grand Rounds Schedule 
Speaker
Topic
Seth Uretsky, MD
Updates in Cardiac MR 2013
Bulat Ziganshin, MD
Milestones in the Management of Thoracic Aortic Disease
Emad Aziz, MD
Pathways in Syncope Management 2013
Marrick Kukin, MD
The Jigsaw Puzzle of Reducing CHF Readmissions
Bruce McEwen, PhD
Experience Shapes the Brain Across the Lifecourse Towards a Scientific Basis for Policy and Practice
Andrea Natale, MD
Interventional Treatment of Atrial Fibrillation
Hiroo Takayama, MD, PhD
Advances in Heart Failure and Assist Devices
Alan Rozanski, MD
Behavioral Cardiology: A Field in Need of Clinical Translation (Staff Development Series)
Khurram Nasir, MD
Risk Assessment in Asymptomatic Individuals: Where Does Coronary Artery Calcium (CAC) Testing Stands?
Steven Blair, MD
Exercise is Medicine
Roger Blumenthal, MD
Strengths and Limitations of the 2013 Risk Assessment and Cholesterol Guidelines
Randy Cohen, MD
Nutrition and Cardiovascular Disease - A New Perspective
Ethan Fried, MD, MSc
The Making of a Great Doctor
Franz H. Messerli, MD
Hypertension: New Guidelines and Other Pitfalls
Eyal Herzog, MD
Updates in Therapeutic Hypothermia 2014
Javier Sanz, MD
Evaluation of Cardiomyopathies with Cardiac MR
Jacqueline Tamis, MD
Systems of Care for ST Elevation Myocardial Infarction in NYC and Across the Globe
Leslee J. Shaw, PhD
Comparative Effectiveness Research: A Path to Cost Containment or Patient-Centered Quality
Antonio Convit, MD
Obesity and Associated Metabolic Co-Morbidities are Linked with Brain Abnormalities
Doff McElhinney, MD
Interventions in Adult Congenital Heart Disease
David F. Dinges, PhD
Human Performance: Resiliency and Vulnerability to Sleep Loss
James P. Jones, MD
Clinical Documentation in a Value Based World
Davendra Mehta, MD
Ventricular Arrhythmias in Sarcoidosis
Mark I. Travin, MD
Radionuclide Cardiac Imaging with mIBG
Timothy Church, MD, MPH, PhD
Optimizing Exercise Prescription in the Clinic
Allan S. Stewart, MD
Medical and Surgical Approaches to the Aortic Valve and Root in the Era of TAVR
Tait D. Shanafelt, MD
Physician Well-Being
Frank B. Hu, MD, PhD
Fat vs. Sugar and Risk of Type 2 Diabetes and Heart Disease: What Does Science Tell Us?
James K. Min, MD
Current Advances in Coronary CT Angiography

 

RESEARCH

The overarching mission of our program is develop among our fellows an interest, ability, and commitment to clinical research and academic success. We particularly seek to develop fellows who will seek additional sub-specialty training and/or compete for successful faculty positions upon completion of their cardiology fellowship.   

The fellows’ research experience is bolstered by an Attending staff that has many members dedicated to academic pursuits as part of their full-time faculty duties.  To aid fellows’  academic opportunities, their required clinical experiences are concentrated into the first two  years of training so that fellows have the option to use any number of months, and even nearly their whole third year, for research if they so desire.

Mentored instruction and guided experience by our faculty helps fellows with hypothesis generation, research design, conduct of studies, data analysis, data interpretation, deductive reasoning, write up of studies, and presentation of research. In the process of their experience, fellows should also learn standards of ethical conduct of research and responsible use of informed consent.  

We require that each Cardiology fellow undertake at least one research project during their 3 years. By the end of their fellowship training, each fellow must demonstrate evidence of research productivity through the following venues:

a)      Publication in peer-viewed journals;

b)      Abstracts presented at national or subspecialty meetings;

c)      Book chapters

d)     Preparation of a research-grade review topic, with a write-up of the material and presentation of the material at one of our didactic formats (e.g., core curriculum, Grand rounds).

 


 

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