CVI’s Educational Program Series presents, “Navigating the Complexity: Challenging Cases in Cardiac Amyloidosis”

Tuesday March 19, 2024
Hilton Philadelphia at Penn’s Landing
No credits offered.

“Navigating the Complexity: Challenging Cases in Cardiac Amyloidosis” is designed for trainees and all healthcare professionals with a foundational understanding of cardiac amyloidosis. Its primary objective is to afford attendees the invaluable opportunity to engage in an in-depth exploration of intricate case studies, guided by an expert multidisciplinary panel representing cardiology, neurology, and hematology.

Learning Objectives

After attending the CVI Challenging Cases in Cardiac Amyloidosis  program attendees will be better able to:

  • Explore the various diagnostic modalities used in the assessment of cardiac amyloidosis.
  • Interpret and integrate diagnostic results for accurate diagnosis.
  • Discuss real-world cases to illustrate the diagnostic journey.
  • Examine the latest advancements in the treatment of cardiac amyloidosis.
  • Describe the role of the multidisciplinary approach to cardiac amyloidosis management.
  • Recognize the indications and timing for referrals to different specialties, including hematology, oncology, neurology, and others.


Cardiac Amyloidosis – Free Dinner Program

Tuesday March 19, 2024
Program – 5:45pm – 8:15pm
Registration and Exhibits Open – 5:45pm

Hilton Philadelphia at Penn’s Landing
201 South Christopher Columbus Blvd.
Philadelphia, PA  19106


Target Audience

Fellows, residents and all healthcare professionals with an interest in cardiac amyloidosis

Focus Topics

Lack of awareness, a gap in medical education, is among the most critical and urgent challenges facing the amyloidosis community today. CVI’s amyloid trainee program seeks to bring fellows and residents from all related specialties together and close the education gap for this often misdiagnosed and under-diagnosed disease.  The program focus topics are:

  • Diagnostic Modalities in Cardiac Amyloidosis
  • Latest Treatment Advancements for Cardiac Amyloidosis

Course Directors

Monique Tanna, MD
Monique Tanna, MDUniversity of Pennsylvania
Eugene Brailovsky, DO
Eugene Brailovsky, DOThomas Jefferson University
Justin Pelberg, DO
Justin Pelberg, DOMain Line Health
Veronica A. Covalesky, MD
Veronica A. Covalesky, MDThomas Jefferson University

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