The Division of Cardiology in the University of Illinois at Chicago Department of Medicine has a long and distinguished history.
In the late 1970s, the Division came to national prominence for its contributions to the emerging area of clinical electrophysiology. Since the late 1990s, the Division again has gained nationwide recognition, this time for its research efforts in the cellular mechanisms of heart failure. In 2000, US News & World Report ranked the Division among the top 40 cardiology programs in the United States.
The Division is privileged to be in an intensive research environment with more than 15 laboratories focused on defining cures for cardiovascular diseases. Major research funding for the Dection of Cardiology and the Center for Cardiovascular Research includes more than $10 million in annual National Institutes of Health support, including a collaborative program project and training grants in conjunction with the UIC Department of Physiology. The University of Illinois Cardiology Program has ranked first in the Chicago area in NIH funding and either first or second for American Heart Association funding each of the past ten years.
Contact the UIC Division of Cardiology
University of Illinois at Chicago
Department of Medicine
Division of Cardiology
840 South Wood St. M/C 715
Suite 920 S
Chicago, Illinois 60612