The division offers a 12-month fellowship training program in transplant nephrology accredited by the American Society of Transplantation (AST) Transplant Nephrology Fellowship Training Accreditation Program. In order to participate in the program, individuals must have completed a nephrology fellowship program and be board-eligible or board-certified in nephrology.
The educational program consists of six months on the inpatient kidney and pancreas transplant service, with the remaining months for more intensive outpatient clinical work, training in transplant pathology and immunogenetics, as well as dedicated research time.
The fellow is expected to participate in one or more scholarly research projects and will also participate in teaching residents and general nephrology fellows. We encourage attendance and presentation of research at national transplant meetings, including the American Society of Transplantation Fellows’ Symposium and the American Transplant Congress.
Interested applicants should have completed, or plan to complete nephrology fellowship training and be board-eligible or certified in nephrology.