Programs for Cardiologists
We provide, in association with the New York Chapter of the American College of Cardiology and the New York Cardiological Society, a series of programs for Continuing Medical Education in the cardiological specialties. This allows cardiologists to keep up with the latest information in their speciality.
Scholarships at Bronx Science
The New York Cardiac Center (NYCC) provides college scholarships to members of the senior class at Bronx Science who have indicated an interest in pursuing the sciences, mathematics, engineering, medicine and economics.
NYU Science Communication Workshops
The Workshops are presented in the Carter School of Journalism by an outstanding faculty directed by Dan Fagin, Pulitzer Prize winning author of the Science Investigative Book Toms River: A Story of Science and Salvation.
MRI At Harvard
The program is designed to develop and evaluate new CT/MR-based techniques that measure the condition of the cardiovascular system with an ultimate goal being the implementation of a suite of routine diagnostic tools for the clinician to achieve better diagnoses and treatment plans.
Trans Immune at Yale
For nearly thirty years, the New York Cardiac Center (NYCC) has contributed in critical ways, to the development and maturation of Extracorporeal Photochemotherapy.
Weill Cornell Cardiovascular Outcomes Research Group (CORG)
Since 2013, the New York Cardiac Center (NYCC) has, in conjunction with the Michael Wolk Heart Foundation, supported a series of cardiac centered research projects aimed at investigating the efficacy of a number of treatment modalities.