The primary mission of the Stony Brook University Fellowship Program in Cardiovascular Medicine is to develop the next generation of leaders in academic medicine. It is assumed that all graduates of our training program will be expert clinicians. In addition we expect our graduates to be master teachers and/or successful clinical or basic investigators. In order to meet the rigors of cardiology in the 21st Century, we have developed two major training pathways. The Clinician tract will involve an intense 3-year training experience that is designed to develop expert clinicians. It is anticipated that many of these individuals will pursue a fourth year in interventional cardiology or electrophysiology (recognized subspecialties of the ABIM). The Investigator tract is designed for individuals interested in a career in academic cardiology. These individuals will complete 24 months of in-depth clinical training. An additional 2 to 3 years will be devoted exclusively to research. The research experience is designed to give the trainee the necessary tools in the techniques of investigator-initiated clinical and/or basic research.
For More Information
For more information on the clinical, combined clinical/research, biomedical engineering/clinical or interventional cardiology fellowship programs, please contact:
Noelle Mann, M.D.
Division of Cardiovascular Medicine
Stony Brook University
Health Sciences Center 16-080
Stony Brook, NY
Telephone: (631) 444-7515
We no longer accept mailed applications -- our program participates in the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). You may access ERAS at: http://www.aamc.org/eras
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
We have four General (3-year) clinical fellowship positions, which are filled through the National Resident Match Program only. We do not fill positions for the regular (3-year) clinical cardiology fellowship outside of the National Residents Match Program.
We are participating in the ERAS application system and no longer accept paper applications. You may access their web site at: http://www.aamc.org/audienceeras.htm. Our application deadline is February 15th.
If you are selected for an invitation to interview, you will be notified by e-mail and US mail.
Interviews will be conducted from March through May. There will be designated interview dates that applicants may choose from which will be filled as calls are received.
A complete list of REQUIRED attachments are:
- Completed application on the ERAS electronic system.
- Personal Statement - Provide a brief description of your career plans and your goals for the fellowship
- Updated Curriculum Vitae to include: Honors/Awards, Memberships and Publications
- Current Copies of ECFMG Certificates, if applicable. Visa information will be requested if needed once applications are reviewed on ERAS.
- A minimum of three letters of reference sent by designated references on application form. All letters of reference need to be received before a file will be considered for an interview
- USMLE scores - Part I, II, III and documentation
- Applications will be processed only after the three letters of recommendation have been received and the file is complete. It is the applicant's responsibility to make sure these letters are sent.
If you would like to check the status of your application, you may view what documents our program has received on ERAS.
Only U.S. Citizens/permanent residents and J-1 visas sponsored by the ECFMG are considered for clinical training. The institution does not sponsor H visas and we cannot accept applicants with 'pending permanent residency' status. If a J-1 visa holder, the applicant must have adequate time to complete fellowship prior to losing J-1 status (7-year total).
For additional information, inquires should be addressed to the Fellowship Program Administrator:
For additional information, inquires should be addressed to:
Teresa AdkinsE-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: (631) 444-1066
Address: Stony Brook Medicine
HSC T16-080, Stony Brook, NY 11794-8167