Fellowships & Education
New Fellow Position Created - July 1, 2016 Start Date
The Division of Nephrology has been approved to add an additional fellow to our current nephrology complement. If interested in joining the Division of Nephrology Fellowship Training Program, please send a copy of your CV to the Program Director, Bilal Malik, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fellowship Training Programs
Renal Fellowship Training ProgramThe ACGME accredited program offers three training pathways. Fellows in all pathways participate in clinical rotations, conferences, and mentoring. Research-oriented fellows benefit from the division's strong, diverse, and well-funded research program. Of those who completed training in the two research pathways, over the past decade, 88% hold academic positions today.
- Clinician Educator
- Basic Science
- Clinical and Translational Research
PhD Basic Science Training Program
We strongly encourage PhDs to apply to our leading kidney research program. The goals for the PhD Basic Science Training Program is to enable the trainee to utilize their molecular and cellular skills and knowledge towards disease-based processes. The training of PhDs in our program will specifically focus on kidney injury and repair, including regeneration.
Nephrology Subspecialty Transplant Fellowship Training Program
This one-year AST accredited program combines in-depth clinical experience with comprehensive didactic activities and qualifies the graduate to be a UNOS-approved medical director of a kidney transplant program.
Advanced Nephrology Subspecialty Dialysis Fellowship Training Program
Recognized by the International Society of Hemodialysis, this one-year fellowship provides the medical knowledge and training in the technologies, clinical research techniques, and administration required to manage dialysis patients, as well as to direct dialysis centers.