Division of Cardiology
The Emory Division of Cardiology is at the forefront of many exciting breakthroughs in the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular disease.
Through basic cardiovascular, translational, and clinical research, our internationally recognized faculty have contributed significantly to the understanding of classic cardiovascular disease syndromes. The division will continue to lead as diagnostic and therapeutic approaches to cardiovascular disease change dramatically in the coming years. The division is a leader in articles published in reputable publications around the world and boasts an H-index of 123
As part of our mission, we provide in-depth general cardiovascular training as well as advanced training in interventional cardiology, cardiac electrophysiology, adult congenital heart disease, structural heart disease and advanced heart failure.
The Emory Division of Cardiology provides fellows with a rewarding training experience with nationally prominent faculty and substantial patient interaction in 4 different Emory affiliated hospital facilities with diverse patient populations. Emory receives applications from the best academic training universities with over 600 applicants yearly for only a few coveted positions.
The Division of Cardiology is led by Division Director, W. Robert. Taylor, MD, PhD.
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