Virtual Event Archive

FIT Lecture Series: Pericarditis with Kathryn F. Larson, M.D.

August 9, 2022

Using a case-based format, we will review the basics of diagnosis, ancillary testing, and therapeutics for pericarditis. The talk will include a discussion of the 2015 ESC Guidelines on pericardial disease, as well as a brief overview of key pivotal trials in the management of pericarditis (both initial episodes and recurrence).


Meet the Inventor: How TAVI Was Born

May 14, 2022

While listening to Julio Palmaz speak at a conference in Scottsdale, Arizona in February 1989, Henning Rud Andersen was inspired to concept implanting heart valves percutaneously. Within 3 months, Dr. Andersen made and implanted the first transcatheter heart valve in an animal model. Today, TAVI is the main treatment of severe aortic stenosis in many parts of the world. Join Drs. Mohamad Alkhouli and David R. Holmes for a virtual conversation with Dr. Andersen about his extraordinary journey with TAVI.


Virtual 2021 FIT Symposium: How To Approach the Job Search and Interview Process

October 19, 2021

Cardiology Fellows-in-Training will have the opportunity to hear from some of Minnesota’s top cardiologists about their real-world experiences during the transition from training to practice. We will have a panel discussion for approximately 90 minutes, with time outside of that for questions and networking.


How to Do Impactful Research with Limited Resources

August 31, 2021

Join presenters Benjamin Hibbert, MD, PhD and David R. Holmes, Jr., MD for a virtual presentation to glean insights on how to do high quality research with sparse resources. This discussion will be moderated by Mohamad Alkhouli, MD, FACC.


CV Team Cardiology Specialization Roles: Finding Your Superpower

May 13, 2021

ACC-MN CV Team members hosted a webinar covering notable CV topics. What’s your superpower?


Ask the Editor

March 8, 2021

Join Mohamad Alkhouli, MD, FACC, Hani Jneid, MD, FACC, FAHA, FSCAI and David J. Moliterno, MD, FACC for an interactive discussion on editorial processes and on the future of medical publishing.


Setting Priorities for Early and Mid-Career Cardiologists: A Chair’s Perspectives

October 27, 2020

Early and mid-career cardiologists are encouraged to view the first session in ACC-MN’s Professional Development Series. This virtual event features an in-depth discussion between Mohamad Alkhouli, MD, FACC and Charanjit S. Rihal, MD, MBA.


Virtual 2020 FIT Symposium: Career Advice

October 22, 2020

Cardiology Fellows-in-Training have the opportunity to hear from some of Minnesota’s top cardiologists about their real-world experiences during the transition from training to practice.

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