The Leader in Cardiac CT Education
Cardiac CT has been utilized as a clinical, research, and teaching tool at Johns Hopkins since February, 2003, with first 16, the 32, 64, and now 320 detector scanners in use at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center and Johns Hopkins Hospital. We have gathered a broad experience in CT image acquisition and interpretation, and have imaged thousands of patients with a wide range of indications and findings. CT research at Johns Hopkins has focused on clinical correlations, image acquisition techniques, plaque imaging, perfusion, viability, and other issues. Active CT teaching programs have been ongoing since late 2003; the faculty has developed expertise in teaching techniques of CT interpretation and has trained over 1200 physicians in a wide variety of programs meeting criteria for ACC/AHA Level I, II, and III certification.
Welcome to this site, which is devoted to our various teaching programs. Click here for more information about our Level 2/3 training program, or contact us to discuss which of our CT courses may meet your needs.