Advanced Heart Failure & Transplant Cardiology Fellowship
Considering advanced heart failure as your career choice? Continue reading to learn about our program!
Bhanu Gupta, MD
The advanced heart failure and transplant fellowship is a one-year ACGME accredited program at the University of Kansas Medical Center.
The program strikes a fine balance in complex milieu of heart failure and transplant cardiology utilizing optimal strategies on mechanical circulatory devices, ECMO including ventricular assist devices as BTT, DT and bridge to decision.
Our core-teaching seven-member faculty is committed to train fellows to be the leaders in the field of advanced heart failure, transplant and mechanical circulatory support device.
Program Facilities and Format
The advanced heart failure and transplant division has many ongoing investigator-initiated projects in conjunction with Cardiovascular and Cardiothoracic Surgery research group at KU that offers state-of-the-art facilities and infrastructure for basic, clinical or translational cardiovascular research. Our fellows are strongly encouraged to initiate and participate in innovative projects, present at conferences and publish.
There are a variety of educational opportunities by way of didactic and other conferences. We have 35 advanced heart failure core curriculum topics presented by program faculty, cardiothoracic surgery faculty, cardiovascular medicine fellows, advanced practice providers and advanced heart failure fellows. Our multi-disciplinary transplant committee meeting is held on every Wednesday, 7 a.m.
How to Apply
Applications are accepted in the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) beginning July 1. To be considered for review, your application must be complete in ERAS by July 31. A complete application means the following documents are released to our program: a recent CV, personal statement, at least three letters of recommendation, USMLE transcripts, a photo, and ECFMG certificate (international graduates).
Ioannis Mastoris, MD
1st Year Advanced Heart Failure Fellow
Medical School: University of Athens Medical School
Residency: Albert Einstein Medical College of Medicine, Jacobi Medical Center, Bronx, NY
Fellowship: University of Kansas Medical Center