30 in Their 30s Awards
SCAI's annual awards program recognizes the accomplishments of early-career interventional cardiologists who have the qualities required to be one of the field's future leaders.
Recipients will already demonstrate their leadership qualities, superior technical skill, advanced decision-making in complex-clinical scenarios, and dedication to improving patient outcomes in their practice.
SCAI will honor recipients at Scientific Sessions in the year of their award and feature them in communications to our global community.
Early Career Research Grants
While cardiovascular disease morbidity and mortality in the US have risen, funding for clinical research has remained relatively stagnant. As a result, early career cardiovascular interventionalists interested in research have found it increasingly difficult to fund their work.
In response, SCAI's Early Career Research Grants fund one year of research and support the career development of the next generation of academic interventional cardiologists.
Emerging Leadership Mentorship (ELM) Program
ELM is a two year program that combines coaching, mentoring, and training approaches with networking opportunities to facilitate the clinical and professional development of early career interventionalists.
Interventional Cardiology Fellowship Match
The Match is the program that regulates the applications process for interventional cardiology fellowships on behalf of institutions and candidates.
It sets reasonable, standardized timelines which facilitate a fair and respectful process that enables candidates make informed and best decisions about which career path and associated fellowship program is right for them.
Find your next job using SCAI's Job Bank—dedicated to matching candidates to vacancies in interventional cardiology.
Check your references, get help writing your resume, apply for jobs, and register for alerts for newly-posted vacancies.
JSCAI Editorial Fellowship
Fellows-in-training and early career interventionalists can apply to the JSCAI Editorial Fellowship program.
Paired with an editor specific to their area of interest, this is an opportunity for qualified candidates to learn editorial procedures, how to co-review manuscripts, and the peer review process from experienced mentors.
SCAI Scientific Sessions and SCAI Fellows Courses programs will recognize JSCAI Editorial Reviewers who complete the fellowship.
Women in Innovations (WIN) Program
Designed and run by female interventional cardiologists this program includes academic research, dedicated educational programs, mentoring and networking opportunities, and:
The SCAI-WIN CHIP Fellowship
An initiative established by SCAI's Women-in-Innovations Committee offering an additional year of advanced training to women who are interventional cardiology (IC) fellows or practicing interventional cardiologists.