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Setting Priorities for Early and Mid-Career Cardiologists; A Chair’s Perspectives
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Setting Priorities for Early and Mid-Career Cardiologists; A Chair’s Perspectives

We invite early and mid-career cardiologists to the first session in ACC-MN’s Professional Development Series. This virtual event will feature an in-depth discussion between Mohamad Alkhouli, MD, FACC and Charanjit S. Rihal, MD, MBA. Submit questions in advance to info@accmn.org. Register now: tinyurl.com/Priorities2020accmn

 Export to Your Calendar 10/27/2020
When: October 27, 2020
5 pm
Where: Zoom
United States
Contact: ACC-MN Staff
(952) 928-4668

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 Charanjit S. Rihal, MD, MBA is a renowned expert and pio-neer in the field of structural heart disease interventions. Dr. Rihal graduated from the University of Manitoba, and completed all his postgraduate training at Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota where he has been on staff for 25 years. Dr. Rihal was the immediate past chair of the depart-ment of cardiovascular medicine (2010 and 2018),director of the cardiac catheterization laboratory 2003 – 2010, and is currently the chair of the personnel committee at Mayo Clinic. In these roles Dr Rihal has had the opportunity to recruit, mentor and develop numerous cardiologists.    Mohamad Alkhouli, MD, FACC is an inter-ventional cardiologist and a professor of medicine at Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Min-nesota. Dr. Alkhouli graduated from Da-mascus University and completed his post-graduate training at Temple Universi-ty, University of Rochester and Mayo Clin-ic. He was the director of the structural heart program at West Virginia University between 2016 and 2019 before he re-turned to Mayo Clinic.

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