The Heart Failure & Transplant Fellowship is a one-year, ACGME-accredited program that trains at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center. One new fellow is accepted to the program each year.
Program Director Nasir Sulemanjee, MD, FACC discusses the highlights of the fellowship and what you can expect from the program.
Our one-year program provides solid clinical experience in an environment known for exceptional heart care.Program Overview
Heart Failure and Transplant fellows train at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center.Our Facility
Get information about the program’s rotation, research and conference requirements.Learn About Curriculum
Explore fellow and faculty members' most recent publications and scholarly activities.View Publications
Aurora Heart Failure & Transplant Fellowship faculty bring diverse backgrounds and a deep understanding of advanced heart failure, transplant cardiology and related fields to our program, serving as excellent role models and teachers for our fellows.
Aurora fellows come from all over the U.S. and the world, and bring a wide range of skills and interests to our program. Get to know a former and current fellow by watching a fellow Q&A and reading a brief biography.