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Award Opportunities

August 1, 2020

AATS Foundation Gardner Lectureship
Bring an AATS member lecturer to your ACGME cardiothoracic surgery residency program.

Evarts A. Graham Memorial Traveling Fellowship
For international academic cardiothoracic surgeons to spend on year of study in North America.

Advanced Valve Disease Educational Fellowship (sponsored by Medtronic)
For international early-career cardiothoracic surgeons to observe valvular heart disease specialists to enhance their knowledge of treatment and technical skills, and management of perioperative patients.

Denton A. Cooley Fellowship
For North American early-career cardiothoracic surgeons to study at the Texas Heart Institute and Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center.

Every Heartbeat Matters Valve Fellowship (Sponsored by Edwards Lifesciences Foundation)
For international early-career cardiothoracic surgeons who are treating the underserved to advance their heart valve disease training and education at a host site in North America.

Honoring Our Cleveland Clinic Mentors Program
For North American cardiothoracic surgery residents in their penultimate year of training to participate in a full-day program at the Cleveland Clinic to obtain an understanding of the steps necessary to secure their first full-time position.

Aldo R. Castaneda Fellowship
For early-career Latin American congenital heart surgeons to train at a host institution in North America for up to three months.

Marc R. de Leval Fellowship
For North American early-career congenital heart surgeons to train at an institution in Europe or the United Kingdom for four to six weeks.

F. Griffith Pearson Fellowship
For young general thoracic surgeons who have finished their residencies to advance their clinical techniques at a North American host institution.

Jack A. Roth Fellowship in Thoracic Surgical Oncology
For early-career thoracic oncologic surgeons, or those interested in thoracic surgical oncology, to train at University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center for two to four weeks.