Cardiology, Preventive Fellowship (Minnesota)
The one-year Preventive Cardiology Fellowship at Mayo Clinic's campus in Rochester, Minnesota, offers exposure to diverse areas such as complex dyslipidemia, metabolic syndrome, premature and familial coronary artery disease, exercise and nutritional counseling, cardiac rehabilitation, and atherosclerotic imaging.
The primary goal of this multidisciplinary fellowship is to provide you with the knowledge, skills and strategies for successfully initiating and maintaining a preventive cardiology career using a team approach. The program provides additional research opportunities for fellows interested in cardiology careers with an emphasis on prevention.
We have a state-of-the-art preventive cardiology program that involves comprehensive coronary risk factor reduction, including the management of lipid disorders, exercise training, nutrition and smoking cessation. During the exercise laboratory experience, fellows spend allotted time in the preventive cardiology clinic working one-on-one with a cardiovascular prevention specialist.
The Preventive Cardiology Fellowship seeks to alleviate a perceived shortage in investigators who have state-of-the-art research skills applied to the prevention of our nation's leading cause of death, cardiovascular disease.