This is a four-day virtual course with the option for a fifth day, in person hands-on experience and is designed to be a comprehensive examination of the morphology of congenital heart disease. The course was created and led by Paul M. Weinberg, MD, renowned cardiac morphologist, for eight years. In the course’s ninth year, Dr. Weinberg’s colleagues (many of whom he trained in cardiology and morphology) will carry on his legacy by continuing to provide expert content in cardiac morphology, utilizing many of Dr. Weinberg’s own teaching materials. In addition, this year will feature expert cardiac morphologist, Andrew Cook, PhD. To supplement anatomic teaching, there are sessions on echocardiography, cardiac magnetic resonance imaging and surgical correlation by distinguished faculty. The purpose of the course is to fill the need for detailed knowledge of cardiac anatomy in all forms of congenital disease. The course is designed for senior, junior and trainee cardiologists, cardiothoracic surgeons, pathologists, pathology assistants, echocardiography sonographers and other medical professionals interested in congenital heart disease.
Related topics: cardiology, general pediatrics