Heart Center Non-Invasive Imaging Fellowship from Boston Children’s Hospital
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Specialty: Diagnostic medicine & radiology

Program's type: Fellowship

Budget: Paid
Information:The advanced fellowship program in non-invasive cardiac imaging at Boston Children’s Hospital has a 3 decade history of preparing pediatric cardiologists for an academic career in imaging congenital and pediatric heart disease. The program accepts 2-3 fellows each year into a clinical track or a research track.
Speciality: Diagnostic medicine & radiology
Requirements:
- Fill in Application's form (which consist of general information about applicant, list of publication, information about previous experience, research experience, a few letters of reccomendations)
Budget: For possibility to get a partial refunding please contact the Heart Centre.


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