Posts Tagged ‘Fellowship training’

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November 18th, 2013

How to Have a Solid Foundation in Clinical Research and Data Analysis

A cardiology fellow at AHA gets advice from a more-established research clinician.


November 18th, 2013

The Best Way to Spend a Morning at AHA?

This cardiology Fellow finds out exactly what will keep him coming back to the AHA.


November 18th, 2013

Cutting-Edge Lifestyle and Behavioral Interventions — Promises and Challenges at AHA.13

Do the studies discussed at the second Late-Breaking Clinical Trial Session show us the way to an exciting new era in prevention?


November 17th, 2013

Brainstorming the Abstracts Submission Process at AHA.13

A fellow discusses many of the ideas arising from a small but provocative gathering.


November 17th, 2013

Clinical Lipidology Becomes a Controversial Field

This cardiology Fellow finds heat and light at a lively session on the new prevention guidelines.


November 17th, 2013

What Council Involvement Can Add

The Associate Editor of CardioExchange explains the myriad benefits of AHA council involvement.


November 17th, 2013

Remaking the Heart: Stem Cells, Patches, Scaffolds, and More

Which advance in regenerative cardiovascular biology has the best chance of being translated into a clinical treatment? A cardiology Fellow ponders cutting-edge science presentations at AHA.13.


November 17th, 2013

Early-Career Sessions at AHA 2013: Pearls, Personal Insights, and Powerhouse Presentations

Another perspective on the fellows-in-training sessions from the first day of AHA 2013


November 16th, 2013

Advice for Fellows-in-Training: Focus, Persistence Are Keys

One of CardioExchange’s blogging fellows shares her highlights of the AHA’s fellows-in-training sessions.


November 16th, 2013

Becoming a Cardiovascular Investigator – Treading in Deep Waters, or a Sure Shot Toward a Successful Future?

One of CardioExchange’s blogging fellows asks the question: Is it possible to succeed as a young investigator in the current funding climate?