Mount Sinai Morningside Cardiology Fellowship

The Division of Cardiology at Mount Sinai Morningside is a remarkable place with engaged faculty, ambitious fellows, and growing clinical services. The program is led by Jagat Narula, MD, PhD, an internationally recognized leader in Cardiology, who emphasizes excellent patient care while nurturing the training of future leaders in the field of Cardiology. Steeped in a tradition as Mount Sinai St. Luke’s Hospital, the Hospital was renamed as Mount Sinai Morningside in February of 2020 to convey our strong commitment to the local Morningside community surrounding our Institution.

As a part of the Mount Sinai Health System, our Hospital has transitioned into a rapidly expanding center of cardiovascular excellence. Our program includes robust interventional and structural programs, the region’s most active critical care cardiology program, and excellent programs in electrophysiology, heart failure, cardiac imaging, and ambulatory clinical care. Future directions within the division include geriatric and critical care cardiology fellowship training, cardiac rehabilitation programs, and expanding research initiatives. The clinical volume is paramount, with a new fellowship track added in 2020 to reflect the division's growth and to celebrate a renewed relationship with the Bronx Veteran’s Affairs Medical Center. The Cardiology fellowship training programs are at the heart of this division.

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Our Division has a strong mission to train clinically expert academic cardiologists who are inspired to become future leaders in the world of Cardiology and in our society at large.

Learn more about the General and Supspecialty Cardiology Fellowship Programs at Mount Sinai Morningside.

Current Fellows:


First-Year Fellows:
Karan Sud, MD
Swiri Konje, MD
Roberto Ochoa Jimenez, MD
Michel Skaf, MD
Nebojsa Markovic, MD
Kirtipal Bhatia, MD (Veterans Affairs Track)

Second-Year Fellows:
Alaa M. Omar, MD, MSc, PhD
Kevin Rabii, DO
Luka Petrovic, MD
Alba Munoz Estrella, MD
Sera Sabharwal, MBBS
Persio D. Lopez, MD (Veterans Affairs Track)
Chandraskekar Bohra, MD (Veterans Affairs Track)
Adrian Nugent, MD (Veterans Affairs Track)

Third-Year Fellows:
Pavan Reddy, MD
Joseph A. Daibes, DO
Shawn Lee, MD
Petra Zubin Maslov, MD, PhD
Aditya A. Joshi, MD
Glenmore Lasam, MD

Past Fellows:
Syed Haider, MD
Saman Setareh, MD
Ashish Correa, MD
Paul Leis, DO

 

Our Division recruits five cardiology fellows per year.  Eligibility is according to qualifications set forth in the Section of Eligibility and Selection of Residents of the Accreditation Counsel for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).  We select from among eligible applicants on the basis of candidates’ demonstrated ability, clinical and academic accomplishments, strength of written recommendations, and personal qualities. Qualified applicants are not discriminated against with regard to sex, race, age, religion, color, national origin, disability or veteran status.

Our Division participates in the National Residency matching program. We accept applications through the Electronic Residency Application System (ERAS). For application materials, you may visit the ERAS WEBSITE. Three letters of recommendation should be included with your application. We select 30-40 applicants for interviews in addition to considering internal Mount Sinai candidates. Invited candidates will receive an introduction to our program from our fellowship leadership, interviews by faculty members, and ample time to gain an in-depth understanding of our program from our fellows’ perspective.

Timetable for Application:

June 8, 2020 - ERAS 2021 season begins
June 9, 2020 - EFDO begins to generate and distribute MyERAS tokens.Applicants can register in MyERAS and begin working on their applications.
July 1, 2020 - July cycle fellowship applicants may begin submitting application to July cycle fellowship programs.
August 12, 2020 - July cycle fellowship programs may begin reveiwing applications.

Interviews offered to selected applicants will be conducted in September and October.

Our program Number is: 141-352-1251