Thank you for your interest in the Cardiology Fellowship Training Program at Mount Sinai Morningside. This website will acquaint you with our mission, our faculty, our training goals, a description of our clinical rotations and didactic programs, our research, and other unique features of our cardiology fellowship training program.
The Mount Sinai Morningside Cardiology Fellowship Program has a long tradition of in-depth clinical training and academic excellence. We serve a diverse city population and function as a referral center for complex invasive procedures and cardiac surgery. Cardiology fellows treat patients with complex pathology with the goal of becoming expert clinicians. Our conference curriculum covers all relevant aspects of clinical cardiology and ensures meaningful application of evidence-based medicine to clinical practice. Full-time faculty at Mount Sinai Morningside are nationally and internationally recognized, providing the fellows opportunities for mentored research and advancement in academic medicine. As Program Directors, we are committed to creating an educational environment where fellows not only can provide excellent clinical care, but also can achieve their highest academic potential.
Alan Rozanski, MD
Executive Director, Cardiac Education and Fellowship Training Programs
Edgar Argulian, MD, MPH
Program Director, Cardiology Fellowship