Four Nephrology fellowships certified by the ACGME are available each year, three of which offer a three year research oriented program consisting of a year of clinical renal training followed generally by two years of research fellowship training, and one fellowship offers a two year program of clinical training, including clinical research. Applications for these Nephrology fellowships will be accepted through ERAS starting December each year.
Be sure to provide:
3-4 letters of reference - one from your program director
USMLE scores - note that you will need step III for this fellowship
Official Medical School Transcripts
Our program participates in the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP).
One transplant nephrology fellowship certified by the American Society of Transplantation is also available each year. If you wish to be considered for this transplant position for July 1, 2017, please complete an application form and provide the names of three supervising physicians, including your Program Director, from whom you should have letters of recommendation sent to Martha Pavlakis, MD. Applications for this position will be evaluated on a rolling basis. After review of your application and the letters of reference, we will contact you regarding an interview.
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Harvard Medical School are Equal Opportunity Employers. Women and minorities are particularly encouraged to apply.