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Cardiology Education

The Division of Cardiology offers a comprehensive clinical and research environment to train clinical and academic cardiologists. The training incorporates rotations and experiences at three large hospitals to insure a broad exposure to multiple cardiovascular disease states.
Training facilities
Our Advanced Heart Failure Treatment Program is internationally renown and offers trainees broad exposure to research opportunities, cardiac transplantation, and ventricular assist devices. The program offers excellent experiences in acute cardiac care and cardiac catheterization. Our laboratories are equipped with the latest rotational and three dimensional imaging equipment and the University functions as the tertiary referral center for complex percutaneous interventions on valvular and congenital heart diseases.
Our clinical electrophysiology program provides exposure to device management as well as complex ablation of atrial and ventricular fibrillation. The imaging facilities are fully equipped with Cardiac CT, MRI, and 3-D echocardiography. There are over 40 key clinical faculty members offering advanced training opportunities in interventional, electrophysiology, advanced heart failure, cardiac imaging, and adult congenital heart disease. 

Trainees with interests in health services research will have the opportunity to receive a Masters or Ph.D. degree in Public Health through the School of Biometrics and Public Health at the University of Colorado Denver. The research fellows are supported by a NIH funding training grant.​





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