The program in Pediatric Rheumatology is an intensive three year program, with one fellow per year that prepares fellows to take a leadership role in academic pediatric rheumatology.

The first part of the fellowship is primarily clinical and involves a clinical project that results in an abstract and publication of a manuscript. Clinical mentors and research topics are identified in the first 6 months of training. Fellows are expected to be lead authors. We have a large and diverse patient population. Fellows are expected to participate in variety didactic and patient management conferences. The fellowship program has one fellow per

The second part of the program focuses on translational and basic science projects. Basic science mentors are identified and the fellow has 18 to 24 months of protected research time. They continue with two continuity clinics and spend a second session on core education activities.

We presently participate in ERAS and the NRMP. Candidates who are interested in our Fellowship program should access the shared application at https://www.erasfellowshipdocuments.org/


Divisional Administrator
Lazina Lorick
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