CRT 2019 Fellowship Application is now closed.  Acceptances were sent out in December.  If you have any questions or require additional information please contact crt.fellows@gmail.com 


Hands down, this is one of the best educational conferences that is a must-attend for all fellows interested in structural, interventional cardiovascular diseases as well as valvular heart disease. The organizers and sponsors are very fellow-oriented with hands on simulations, live cases and opportunity to learn from the best experts in the field.

I've found that some conferences can be overwhelming and very busy. CRT was the perfect mix of variety and specialization. The venue made it possible to experience several tracks in a given day. The faculty were incredible, and the live cases were interesting. CRT will definitely be a part of my annual education moving forward, both as a fellow and eventually as an attendee.

As a returning fellow for the second time, I had the privilege and honor to participate by sharing my interesting case in the "meet the expert" session. This allowed me the opportunity to showcase my work and receive incredible feedback from faculty and experts in the field. CRT 2016 was an excellent event with plenty of exposure for networking. It was a wonderful experience, provided up-to-date learning opportunities, and ultimately enhanced my knowledge base. I would not hesitate to attend this awesome meeting again.

CRT is an excellent event for anyone considering or committed to a career in invasive/interventional cardiology and vascular medicine. The opportunity to interact with and learn from leaders in the field is incredible. Meanwhile, the vast spectrum of simulators offers fellows the chance to appreciate the technical aspects of interventional medicine and device-based therapy. In short, the fellows program affords trainees with the unique opportunity to witness, absorb, and experience the current state of the art in interventional cardiology -- from vascular access and platelet biology to percutaneous hemodynamic support and structural heart technologies and techniques.

CRT’s significant international exposure and record attendance in 2016 led by Dr. Ron Waksman, gives fellows the opportunity to gain exposure to complicated and challenging interventional and structural cardiology cases. The meeting also includes renowned faculty that present the most up-to-date science and encompasses several educational, mentoring, social, and networking programs that truly benefit your career path.

The meeting was exceptional. I followed Dr. Lombardi throughout the course lectures and learned an incredible amount about chronic total occlusions. He explained how to approach a CTO in a clear and concise fashion and educated the crowd on how best to become a specialist in the field of CTOs. A truly amazing and informative course.

The CRT Fellows Program was one of the best conferences that I have attended as a fellow! It was highly educational, organized, and included a diverse array of programs in structural, coronary, and peripheral interventions. I saw presentations from around the world and met leaders in interventional cardiology. I look forward to attending in the future! Thank you for this great opportunity.

The CRT fellows course was a truly exceptional experience. It helped me gain a lot of knowledge on the finer aspects of interventional cardiology which will not be found in any single textbook or review article. All the talks were given by people who are well known in that field and are experts. I will definitely plan on attending future meetings.

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Inquiries: If you have any questions, please contact Mara Antonio at e-mail CRT.Fellows@gmail.com.