UNC Chapel Hill is offering a one-year fellowship in non-interventional Vascular Medicine and is looking for a suitable candidate to train from July 1, 2020 to June 30, 2021. Funding was granted for this position through a grant from the Anticoagulation Forum (https://acforum.org/web/education-ansell-fellowship.php). UNC’s goal is to train a physician in Vascular Medicine, who has the interest to be a non-interventional vascular expert and become a go-to person in this area. The fellowship consists of about 80 % clinical training activities and 20 % research time. The program has flexibility to adjust to a candidate’s specific interests. Training will involve extensive exposure to the various clinical aspects of diagnosis and treatment of venous and arterial thromboembolic disease, thrombophilia, and antithrombotic therapy; it also includes training in other vascular disorders (peripheral vascular disease, congenital and acquired vascular disorders [such as HHT, FMD, etc.], vasculitis, post-thrombotic syndrome) and  diagnostic pathways (peripheral vascular laboratory ultrasonography training, clinical  coagulation laboratory), and vascular risk factor modification (arteriosclerosis risk factors, etc.). The fellow will be part of the UNC Division of Hematology and the UNC Blood Research Center, and will be mentored by a group of vascular disease faculty, including those from Hematology, Vascular Medicine, and Vascular Surgery. With input from the mentorship committee and based on the candidate’s specific interest and career pathway, a research project (clinical, quality improvement, or other) will be identified before or at the beginning of the fellowship. The fellow will participate in the Anticoagulation Forum’s National Conference in April 2021 in San Francisco and present a poster on his/her research. Eligible candidates will have completed training in Internal Medicine by June 30, 2020, and must be American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) board certified or eligible. Fellows currently in an established U.S. training program must have successfully completed their initial year of fellowship in a medicine sub-specialty (hematology, nephrology, cardiology, rheumatology, etc.). UNC-CH cannot accept individuals holding H1B visas. Interested individuals should contact the PI of the UNC grant, Dr. Stephan Moll, [email protected] Fellowship Announcement

2/13/2020

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Non-Interventional Vascular Medicine - 1 year Fellowship, Division of Hematology/Oncology

UNC Chapel Hill is offering a one-year fellowship in non-interventional Vascular Medicine and is looking for a suitable candidate to train from July 1, 2020 to June 30, 2021.

Funding was granted for this position through a grant from the Anticoagulation Forum (https://acforum.org/web/education-ansell-fellowship.php). UNC’s goal is to train a physician in Vascular Medicine, who has the interest to be a non-interventional vascular expert and become a go-to person in this area. The fellowship consists of about 80 % clinical training activities and 20 % research time. The program has flexibility to adjust to a candidate’s specific interests.

Training will involve extensive exposure to the various clinical aspects of diagnosis and treatment of venous and arterial thromboembolic disease, thrombophilia, and antithrombotic therapy; it also includes training in other vascular disorders (peripheral vascular disease, congenital and acquired vascular disorders [such as HHT, FMD, etc.], vasculitis, post-thrombotic syndrome) and  diagnostic pathways (peripheral vascular laboratory ultrasonography training, clinical  coagulation laboratory), and vascular risk factor modification (arteriosclerosis risk factors, etc.).

The fellow will be part of the UNC Division of Hematology and the UNC Blood Research Center, and will be mentored by a group of vascular disease faculty, including those from Hematology, Vascular Medicine, and Vascular Surgery. With input from the mentorship committee and based on the candidate’s specific interest and career pathway, a research project (clinical, quality improvement, or other) will be identified before or at the beginning of the fellowship. The fellow will participate in the Anticoagulation Forum’s National Conference in April 2021 in San Francisco and present a poster on his/her research.

Eligible candidates will have completed training in Internal Medicine by June 30, 2020, and must be American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) board certified or eligible. Fellows currently in an established U.S. training program must have successfully completed their initial year of fellowship in a medicine sub-specialty (hematology, nephrology, cardiology, rheumatology, etc.). UNC-CH cannot accept individuals holding H1B visas.

Interested individuals should contact the PI of the UNC grant, Dr. Stephan Moll, [email protected].

Fellowship Announcement

 

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