About the Program
Texas Heart Institute and Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center have the leading Cardiovascular Imaging in Magnetic Resonance & Computed Tomography (MR & CT) unit in the region, and the MR & CT Fellowship is designed to leverage these facilities and the knowledge of our teaching staff to train the next generation of physicians on cutting-edge techniques and best practices that they can then provide to patients in communities around the world.
Upon completion of this one-year training program, candidates will be able to independently run a cardiac MR & CT laboratory. Additionally, they will have had the opportunity to participate in related research and contribute to medical imaging literature, helping to advance the field. This advanced imaging fellowship is new and currently approved by the Texas State Medical Board.
Interested applicants should provide:
- A completed application
- Small photo
- Curriculum vitae
- Personal statement
- Three letters of reference (one from the current program director)
Interviews are by invitation only and are conducted during prearranged dates.
Benjamin Cheong, MD
For any questions please contact the program director, Dr. Benjamin Cheong, or Suzanne Taylor Program Coordinator, Cardiology Education, Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center Cardiology, Interventional, CCEP, AHF, CT/MRI Texas Heart Institute Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship at Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center.