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To learn more about the Preventive Cardiology and Cardiometabolic Health Program, call 310-825-9011.

Trainees interested in cardiometabolic health can benefit from a number of our training programs depending on their career stage and eligibility.


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Interdisciplinary Training Program in Metabolism T32

The Interdisciplinary Training Program in Metabolism (ITPM) is bolstered by a strong institutional infrastructure with participating centers and institutes, including the UCSD-UCLA Diabetes Research Center (DRC), Broad Stem Cell Research Center, Cardiometabolic Research Center, and NIH-sponsored Centers of Research Excellence in Sex Differences and Women’s Health in Metabolism.

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Cardiovascular Scientist Training Program

UCLA is pleased to offer a comprehensive selection of fellowship training opportunities including a focused clinical track or combined research and clinical training track leading to an advanced degree through the Specialty Training Advanced Research (STAR) Program.

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Vascular Biology Training Grant

The main objective of the Vascular Biology Training Program is to develop the next generation of cardiovascular biologists. The program places a strong emphasis on creativitynetworking and self-motivation to develop independent scientists who will make significant contributions to biomedical research and be an asset to the institutions and communities they serve.

Trainee Spotlight in Cardiometabolic Health

Kevin Qian

Kevin Qian, MD, PhD

Internal Medicine

Research Interest:  MB IDP - Gene Reg

Undergraduate Institution:  Yale University

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