2022 FIT Symposium: Networking and the Job Search

Save the Date! 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.

PANELISTS:

  • Catherine (Katie) Benziger, MD, MPH, FACC, FAHA – Essentia Health
  • Michelle Carlson, MD, FACC – Hennepin Healthcare
  • Selma Carlson, MD, FACC – Minneapolis VA & University of Minnesota Medical School
  • Jane Chen, MD, FACC, FHRS – University of Minnesota
  • Michael Cullen, MD, FACC – Mayo Clinic
  • Andrea Elliott, MD, FACC – University of Minnesota
  • William (Bill) Katsiyiannis, MD, FACC – Minneapolis Heart Institute
  • Sheetal (Sunny) Kaul, MD, MBBS, FACC – HealthPartners
  • Carmelo Panetta, MD, FACC – University of MN Physicians
  • Retu Saxena, MD, FACC – Minneapolis Heart Institute
  • Gautam R. Shroff, MBBS, FACC – Hennepin Healthcare
  • Mengistu A. Simegn, MD, FACC, FASE – Hennepin Healthcare
  • Stephen J. Smalley, MD, FACC – Essentia Health
  • Randall (Randy) Stark, MD, FACC – Metropolitan Heart & Vascular Institute
  • Sharath S. Subramanian, MBBS, MD, FACC – Centracare Heart & Vascular Center

2022 FIT Symposium: Networking and the Job Search

Save the Date! 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.

PANELISTS:

Catherine (Katie) Benziger, MD, MPH, FACC, FAHA – Essentia Health
Michelle Carlson, MD, FACC – Hennepin Healthcare
Selma Carlson, MD, FACC – Minneapolis VA & University of Minnesota Medical School
Jane Chen, MD, FACC, FHRS – University of Minnesota
Michael Cullen, MD, FACC – Mayo Clinic
Andrea Elliott, MD, FACC – University of Minnesota
William (Bill) Katsiyiannis, MD, FACC – Minneapolis Heart Institute
Sheetal (Sunny) Kaul, MD, MBBS, FACC – HealthPartners
Carmelo Panetta, MD, FACC – University of MN Physicians
Retu Saxena, MD, FACC – Minneapolis Heart Institute
Gautam R. Shroff, MBBS, FACC – Hennepin Healthcare
Mengistu A. Simegn, MD, FACC, FASE – Hennepin Healthcare
Stephen J. Smalley, MD, FACC – Essentia Health
Randall (Randy) Stark, MD, FACC – Metropolitan Heart & Vascular Institute
Sharath S. Subramanian, MBBS, MD, FACC – Centracare Heart & Vascular Center

FIT Lecture Series: Mitral Valve Prolapse – When Does It Stop Being Benign? on Sept. 13

ACCMN FIT Lecture Series 09.13.22 Mitral Valve Prolapse and Mitral Annular Disjunction

Join us the second Tuesday of each month for our ongoing Fellows in Training (FIT) Lecture Series. On Tuesday, September 13th from 6-8 PM Iulia-Maria Tulai, M.D., Cardiology Fellow at the Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation & Hennepin Healthcare, will present a talk on mitral valve prolapse.

This event is free, but registration is required. Register here and mark your calendars for the second Tuesday of every month to join us for future lectures.

Poster Contest Submissions Due Sept. 8

The 2022 Midwest Cardiovascular Forum will include a poster contest from 4:30-6:00pm on Saturday, October 29th at the Royal Sonesta Downtown Minneapolis.

  • There is Fellow, Resident, and a Medical Student tier in this contest.
  • There will be an award for first, second, and third place in each competition tier.
  • Regional representatives of the American College of Cardiology will judge all entries.
  • Submitting a Poster Abstract is free.
  • Conference Registration is free to those who have a poster accepted in the competition.
  • The deadline to submit your poster information is September 8th, 2022. The research or work submitted must be recent; June 2019-September 2022 should be the timeframe for consideration of poster work as we want to include good work that did not have an opportunity for in-person contests during the beginning of the pandemic.

FIT Lecture Series | Mitral Valve Prolapse – When Does It Stop Being Benign?

Join us the second Tuesday of each month for our new Fellows in Training (FIT) Lecture Series. These events are free, but registration is required. Register today and mark your calendar for the second Tuesday of every month to join us for future lectures.

On Tuesday, September 13th from 6-8 PM Central Iulia-Maria Tulai, M.D., a Cardiology Fellow at the Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation & Hennepin Healthcare, will present a talk on Mitral Valve Prolapse and Mitral Annular Disjunction.

NEW FIT Lecture Series: Pericarditis on Aug. 9

Join us the second Tuesday of each month for our ongoing Fellows in Training (FIT) Lecture Series. On Tuesday, August 9th from 6-8pm Kathryn F. Larson, M.D., Chief Fellow in the Division of Cardiology at Mayo Clinic will present a talk on Pericarditis.

This event is free, but registration is required. Register here and mark your calendars for the second Tuesday of every month to join us for future lectures.

Kathryn F. Larson, M.D.

Presentation

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).

FIT Lecture Series | Pericarditis

Join us the second Tuesday of each month for our ongoing Fellows in Training (FIT) Lecture Series. On Tuesday, August 9th from 6-8pm Kathryn F. Larson, M.D., Chief Fellow in the Division of Cardiology at Mayo Clinic will present a talk on Pericarditis.

This event is free, but registration is required. Register here and mark your calendars for the second Tuesday of every month to join us for future lectures.

Presentation

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).

2022 FIT Echo Bootcamp Registration Now Open

Presented by the Iowa and Minnesota Chapters of the American College of Cardiology

Registration is now open for our third annual FIT Echo Bootcamp. Join other Fellows in Training for an in-depth study on Echocardiographic Examinations and Emergencies led by Dr. Rick Marcus of the Iowa Heart Center. This four-part virtual series will take place from 6-8 pm Central on July 5th, 7th, 12th and 14th. Visit the FIT Echo Bootcamp page for more information.