James De Lemos, MD

All posts by James De Lemos, MD

January 5th, 2010

What Impact Might Health Care Reform Have on Cardiology Fellowship Training?

I work largely in a county hospital, and so I see firsthand the negative effects of underinsurance. However, I confess that when I read the newspaper, I start with the sports page … and pretty much finish with the sports page (unless there is something juicy in the entertainment section). One of my New Year’s Resolutions […]

December 2nd, 2009

Cardiology in the Big Tent
Helping our fellows make the most of a national meeting

I remember the first national meetings I attended as a fellow. They were sensory overload experiences: Huge crowds, stargazing at the cardiology luminaries, preparing and overpreparing for my own talks (attended by few beyond my closest friends), staying up too late at the lobby bars. Now, seeing this experience through the eyes of our own fellows, […]

November 2nd, 2009

Calling All Fellows and Fellowship Directors

Welcome to the fellows’ group on CardioExchange! Andy Kates is the fellowship director at Washington University, and I am the director at UT Southwestern; together, we are moderating this section of the website. We are excited about working with you! I also confess to some apprehension, as I tend to be a slow adopter of […]