• MSCAI - Master Interventionalist of SCAI


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    The MSCAI designation was developed to recognize SCAI Fellows who have recognized by their peers as “having demonstrated excellence in Invasive/Interventional Cardiology over a career, manifested by a commitment to the highest levels of clinical care, innovation, publication, and teaching.”  

    “Considering SCAI’s maturity as an organization and the contributions of its past and present leaders, we felt it was time to recognize a new category of members – those who have achieved excellence in their professional accomplishments or their contributions, over a career,” said Past President Christopher J. White, MD, FSCAI, who spearheaded this effort along with fellow Past President and Credential Committee Chair Barry Uretsky, MD, FSCAI.

    Once each year, starting at the SCAI 2014 Scientific Sessions in Las Vegas, a new group of Fellows will be awarded MSCAI status. “For the first six years, SCAI will recognize a maximum of 20 new Master Interventionalists, and from that point forward, we’ll elect 10 per year,” said Dr. Uretsky. “The Credentials Committee, with input from the Board of Trustees, has developed a rigorous and competitive process for MSCAI selection. To be named an MSCAI will be a great honor.”


    Eligibility and Nominations

    To be considered for the MSCAI honor, SCAI Fellows must –

    • Have earned their FSCAI designation 10 or more years ago, and been active in SCAI during that time,
    • Have outstanding credentials in scientific achievement, innovation and technical developments, teaching, leadership, and the clinical practice of interventional cardiology.
    SCAI Fellows may nominate themselves or be nominated by another SCAI Fellow. The deadline to be considered for the inaugural class of Master Interventionalists is October 31, 2013*.

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    * SCAI will not be accept applications/nominations past the October 31 deadline. There will be no exceptions!