AHA Early Career Voice Vlog: an interview with Dr. Rakesh Gopinathannair

I am excited to interview Dr. Rakesh Gopinathannair, MD for this AHA Blog. We will be discussing “Management of Atrial Fibrillation in Patients with Heart Failure and Reduced Ejection Fraction”. Dr. Gopinathannair was the lead author on the recent AHA Scientific Statement on this topic and will share his valuable insights about this document.

Follow Your Dreams: An Inspiring Journey Of an Electrophysiologist Turned Motivational Speaker and Life Coach

  I am excited to interview Dr. Deborah Lockwood who is an electrophysiologist but recently her life took a very interesting turn and she decided to follow her passion outside medicine. She is sharing her incredible life journey with us in this video blog.   “The views, opinions and positions expressed within this blog are … Read more

Vlog: What is one piece of advice you wish you previously knew or you think other early career investigators should know?

I am delighted to share my latest vlog where I ask researchers at various different stages of career development (from undergraduates to faculty members) to share one piece of advice they would give other trainees. Thanks so much to everyone who agreed to participate in the video! Check out the advice from the following researchers … Read more

Advice on Looking for Academic Cardiology Positions: The First Ever AHA Early Career Voice Vlog

I am happy to present the first-ever AHA Early Career Voice Vlog! I am pleased to be able to have Drs. Rajat Kalra, Forum Kamdar, and Kurt Prins, all early faculty in academic cardiology, discuss their experience looking for and obtaining academic cardiology positions. Drs. Kalra, Kamdar, and Prins have been my mentors and role … Read more