Fellows In Training

2023 FIT Jeopardy Recap

Five teams from Banner, UMC, Mayo Scottsdale, Honor Health, Creighton, and University of Arizona competed in our annual FIT Jeopardy competition on December 16th.

2022 FIT Jeopardy 4 Team Finals

2022 FIT Jeopardy team – Mayo to represent us at ACC’23!

Timothy Barry, M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O, Olubadewa Fatunde, M.D., Justin Shipman, M.D., Peter Weiss, MD, FACC and Dan Sorajj, MD, FACC

ACC Professional Home-FIT Opportunities:

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Best Practices for Your Virtual Cardiology Fellowship Interviews – Webinar

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Congratulations to our 2021 Poster Competition Winners!

Research: Michael Liu – “Influence of Endurance Sports on Atrial Fibrillation Ablation Outcomes”

Case: Pooja Jagadish – “A Case of Recurrent Takotsubo Cardiomyopathy”

APP: Kristin Babb – “Weight Loss After Bariatric Surgery Results in Decrease of Ventricular Tachycardia Burden”

Congratulations to our 2020 Poster Competition Winners!

AZ ACC had a record-setting posters submitted for review during our 2020 annual meeting.

Here were our winners:

Basic Science: Jessika Iwanski, MD
Clinical Research: Michael Liu, MD
CVT: Kristin Babb, PA-C
Clinical Decision: Yuxiang (George) Wang, MD

We look forward to 2021!!

Worldwide Funding Source Search Engine
A worldwide funding source search engine that can be searched by key words as well as sources. Users can create saved searches to deliver opportunities as they arise.

Go to ACC.org, click on Membership in the top bar
Click: Member Benefits & Resources
Click: Career Resources
Click: Research Funding Resources
Search for Funding to gain access to the InfoEd SPIN research funding database.

The funding resources page has been an initiative of the Early Career Professionals Section Leadership Council. The InfoEd SPIN database is provided free to ACC members through an ACC-paid subscription to the service. See also on that research funding page the Research Collaboration Network, grant writing resources, and also an opportunity for institutional discounts on research administration software from InfoEd that can save institutions thousands of dollars in administration costs and development.

During your training years, ACC membership is complimentary for those in an approved training program, and comes with practical benefits including on-line access to the Journal of the American College of Cardiology (JACC) and discounts on educational products and programs. Other benefits include:

  • Subscription to Cardiology, the ACC’s monthly newsletter;
  • Reduced registration fees to the College’s Annual Scientific Session and i2 Summit.
  • Reduced fees for many extramural programs and ACC educational products; and
  • On-line access to Cardiosource.com, a compilation of cardiology journals.

Click here for more details on what your complimentary ACC membership can do for you. If you are not receiving ACC benefits and services, but are a fellow in training in an approved program, please fax a letter from your training director indicating you are currently participating in a program, include a current address with e-mail address to: Damion Wise


FITs on the Go at ACC.13 Video Blog: Engaging Early Career Professionals

[March 22, 2013] For fantastic video coverage of the ACC.13 meeting, check out YouTube.com/FITSontheGo.

There’s coverage of fellow-focused events and exclusive interviews with Larry King and cardiovascular leaders (see the links below). There’s more than 50 videos that cover ACC.13.

Interview with Mr. Larry King
Interview with Eugene Braunwald, MD, MACC
Interview with Anthony DeMaria, MD, MACC
Interview with ACC Pres. John Gordon Harold, MD, MACC
Interview with Bernard Gersh, MB, ChB, DPhil, FACC
ECG on your iPhone

Many more videos on the FITs on the Go! YouTube Channel.