The Core Cardiology Lecture Series is held daily during noon conference from July to September of each year to provide incoming cardiology fellows with broad introduction to the most salient topics and concepts in cardiology.

Cath Conferences – The conference is held on Thursday of each week during noon conference. Fellows present recent cases from the cath lab, both hemodynamic and coronary angiographic information, to facilitate both faculty and fellow discussion of clinical decision making.

EKG Conference – EKG conference is held once monthly during noon conference. Interesting EKGs are presented by fellows and discussed in both concept and ABIM cardiology board format.

Journal Club – Journal club is held once monthly during noon conference. Fellows present relevant, high impact articles for discussion in the presence of both fellows and staff.

Echo Noon Conferences – Held twice monthly during noon conference. Echocardiography teaching staff reviews important topics and concepts in echocardiography.

Echo/MRI Clinical Correlation Conference – Held from 8:00 am to 9:00 am every other Wednesday. MRI and echocardiography teaching staff present interesting cases and compare findings on cardiac MR, cardiac CT, and echo for correlation.

EP conference – Held each Friday morning from 7:30 to 8:30. EP conference consists of a variety of presenters and formats, including current fellows, teaching faculty, visiting faculty, and vendors presenting on relevant topics in electrophysiology.

Interventional Fellows Conference – Held each Thursday morning from 7:00 to 8:00. Interventional conference consists of a variety of presenters and formats, including current fellows, teaching faculty, visiting faculty, and vendors presenting on relevant topics in interventional cardiology.

Grand Rounds – Held each Friday at 12:00pm. Grand Rounds consists of an hour-long presentation given by a visiting lecturer, generally an expert in their field of cardiology, invited by our cardiology department.

M&M – Held monthly during noon conference. Senior fellows present cases of morbidity and mortality for peer review with both fellows and teaching staff.