Positions/Opportunities Available

If you wish to post an open position or opportunity at your APPD member program, please send your listing to the APPD office: info@appd.org. Click below to see examples of current postings.

IMPORTANT: Online posts will expire after 3 months unless a request to continue is received by the APPD office.

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PGY-1 – July 2019
Western Michigan University School of Medicine, Kalamazoo, MI

The Western Michigan University School of Medicine Pediatric Residency Program in Kalamazoo, MI is currently accepting applications for an open PGY-1 position for the 2019-2020 academic year.

Our goal is to prepare future leaders in pediatric medicine by offering a comprehensive, broad-based education and training in pediatrics within the ambulatory, inpatient, and community settings. Our faculty are committed to resident education and quality patient care, and develop our residents into highly skilled pediatricians.

Please visit our website for additional program information: http://med.wmich.edu/node/12

Qualified applicants should submit the following:

- Statement of interest in position

- Curriculum Vitae

- Letters of recommendation (at least 2)

- USMLE scores (Step 1, 2 CK and CS, 3 (if available))

- Medical Student Performance Evaluation (Dean's letter)

- Foreign Medical Graduates: ECFMG Certification (if applicable)

Candidates are encouraged to apply by email to: Julia G. Oswalt, MPA, Program Coordinator, Julia.oswalt@med.wmich.edu

PGY-2 - July 1, 2019
Baylor Scott & White McLane Children’s Medical Center , Temple, TX

The Baylor Scott & White McLane Children’s Medical Center in Temple, TX is accepting applications for a PGY-2 position effective July 1, 2019.

Please do not hesitate to contact us for any questions and feel free to view our website for further information about our program:  https://www.bswhealth.med/education/Pages/gme/temple/pediatrics-residency.aspx

Applicants should be in good standing in an ACGME accredited program and have permission of their current Program Director to interview.

Contact information: Dr. Christopher Hovland, Associate Program Director

Email: christopher.hovland@bswhealth.org

The University of Colorado School of Medicine Department of Pediatrics Diversity in Pediatrics Committee (DIPC) Commitment to the Medically Underserved Externship Stipend
University of Colorado, Aurora, CO

The University of Colorado School of Medicine Department of Pediatrics is pleased to offer the DIPC “Commitment to the Medically Underserved Externship Stipend.” This program was designed to help offset the costs of an away externship rotation for fourth year medical students interested in caring for medically underserved pediatric populations in Colorado and provide uniquely Colorado experience for medical students!  Funding includes up to $2500 for reimbursement of travel, housing and other rotation expenses. We look forward to having another group of outstanding scholars rotate with us!

Program Description

Through this program medical students are given an opportunity to experience the rigorous academic environment of the University of Colorado School of Medicine and Children’s Hospital Colorado.  Any medical student attending a United States medical school (allopathic or osteopathic), other than the University of Colorado School of Medicine, who will be a fourth-year student at the time of their externship in the University of Colorado Department of Pediatrics is eligible to apply for this stipend.  Students who apply for and are accepted to an accredited rotation through the University of Colorado of School of Medicine can then apply to be a scholar in this program to support their experience.  In addition to their assigned rotation, scholars have the opportunity for an immersion experience in an outpatient underserved clinic and additional unique experiences can also be crafted to meet the scholar’s interests.  Each scholar will have an assigned resident mentor and also faculty advisor to assist with connecting with the greater University of Colorado and Denver/Aurora community 

Please refer to the link below for a full description of the program, application and requirements. 


Pediatric Rheumatology Fellowship – July, 2019
Mattel Children's Hospital / UCLA, Los Angeles, CA

The Pediatric Rheumatology Fellowship Program at The David Geffen School of Medicine, Mattel Children’s Hospital, UCLA has an opening for a fellowship position beginning July, 2019. 

The training program at UCLA offers clinical experiences, both inpatient and outpatient at two tertiary care hospitals, one serving the underserved.  The patients come from diverse backgrounds and include populations with increased risk of autoimmune diseases.  The second and third years of fellowship are committed to helping the Fellow complete a research project.  UCLA has programs to support and enhance clinical, translational and bench research with mentors in fields including immunology, autoimmunity, genetics, data mining and analysis and statistics. 

The majority of our graduates complete a first author paper as a result of their research project.  There are also opportunities for additional training including a graduate program in clinical research and a Ph.D. Program for those who pursue an intensive research career.  Please contact the Program Coordinator, Giovanna Alvarado at goalvarado@mednet.ucla.edu or the Program Director Deborah McCurdy MD, dmccurdy@mednet.ucla.edu  for more information.

Pediatric Nephrology Fellow – July 1, 2019
SUNY Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY

We have an opening for a Pediatric Nephrology fellowship position available July 1, 2019 at SUNY Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn, NY.

This is a fully ACGME accredited 3 year training program with 3 faculty, 1 physician assistant, and a full clinical experience including acute and chronic dialysis, renal transplantation, as well as a growing basic research program. 

Interested candidates should e-mail the following:

1) Curriculum vitae

2) USMLE transcript

3) Personal statement

Contact: Anil Mongia, MD, Fellowship Program  Director,  Division of Pediatric Nephrology,  SUNY Downstate Medical Center, 450 Clarkson Avenue, Box 49, Brooklyn, NY 11203. Phone: (718) 270-1913. Fax: (718) 270-1985; e-mail: anil.mongia@downstate.edu

PGY-2 or PGY-3 - July 1, 2019
Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, New Brunswick, NJ

Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School Pediatric Residency Program in New Brunswick, NJ is seeking a qualified candidate for a PGY-2 or PGY-3 position beginning July 1, 2019. The diversity of our patients and faculty creates a well-balanced experience for our pediatric residents.  We take pride in that many of our Pediatric Housestaff trained in our program.  Some went into fellowship and returned as attendings.  

Please visit our website for further information about our program:


Applicants should submit:

  • A letter of interest, which includes your reason for requesting transfer
  • Curriculum vitae
  • Three letters of recommendation
  • USMLE Steps 1 and 2 scores; Step 3 if taken
  • Medical School Performance Evaluation (Dean's letter)
  • Name and contact information for your program director
  • Valid ECFMG Certificate, if applicable

Interested candidates are encouraged to apply immediately by email to:
Karen E. Moore:  mooreke@rwjms.rutgers.edu

Please note that we only support J-1 Visas and accept applications from international medical graduates who have a one-year waiver from the American Board of Pediatrics

PGY4- Six months supervised practice experience-January 2020-June 2020
John H. Stroger Hospital of Cook County, Chicago, IL

The Pediatrics Residency Program at John H. Stroger Hospital of Cook County in Chicago has an opening  for a PGY4 Position for a Period of 6 months during the  the academic year 2019-2020  (January 1st 2020-June 30th 2020) . This position is being offered to individuals that require additional training in order to become Board Eligible and it is a paid position. This position will provide  supervised practice experience of at least 6 months in an accredited ACGME Program. 

Our Residency Program was first accredited by the Accreditation Council of Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) in 1927, and we continue to offer high quality pediatric education to residents. John H. Stroger Hospital  is the only public safety net hospital in the city of Chicago, IL, and the Department of Pediatrics provides general and subspecialty care to all infants, children, adolescents and young adults without regard for the ability to pay.

If you have any questions regarding this position please e mail Dr Rosibell Arcia Diaz (Program Director) at  rarciadiaz@cookcountyhhs.org


PGY-2 Position - July 1, 2019
St. Joseph's Children's Hospital, Paterson, NJ

PGY-2 pediatric resident position available on July 1, 2019

St Joseph’s Children’s Hospital

Paterson, NJ

Contact information: Dr Roberto Jodorkovsky, Program Director

Email: jodorkor@sjhmc.org

Indiana University School of Medicine URM Visiting Residency Program
Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, IN

The Indiana University School of Medicine is proud to annouce their URM Visiting Clerkship Program, sponsored by Faculty Affairs, Professional Development, and Diversity (FAPDD).

This program will begin taking applications on May 13, 2019.  Once a candidate submits their application through the online application process, the receiving programs here at IUSM will be contacted to assist in the planning of the visit.  Once the rotation is completed, the travel stipend provided by the FAPDD will be extended to the visiting resident. 

Should the visiting resident be invited for a residency interview, they will obtain an interview travel stipend as part of our "second look" program.

Please see the link below for additional information, including the list of programs participating, and to access the application.


For questions, please contact with Melissa Bales (melbales@iu.edu) or Alvaro Tori, MD, Assistant Dean of Diversity Affairs (ajtori@iu.ed). 

PL3 - July 1, 2019
SUNY Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY

The Pediatric Residency Program at S.U.N.Y. Downstate Children’s Hospital at Brooklyn in Brooklyn, NY has an unexpected opening for a PL3 categorical pediatric residency position starting July 1, 2019.

We are the only university based program in Brooklyn. We offer services for children and adolescents in both general pediatrics and subspecialties. Well child care and subspecialists in adolescent medicine, child development and dev. disabilities, critical care, cardiology, neonatology, pulmonary diseases, gastroenterology, hematology/oncology, nephrology, endocrinology, allergy and immunology, and infectious diseases provide comprehensive services for acute and chronic pediatric care.

Our program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education.

Application must include ERAS application that includes Personal Statement, Dean's Letter, Medical School Transcript, USMLE report, and three letters of recommendation. Only J1 visa accepted. Send completed application to Christina.Guillen@downstate.edu

To learn more about the program, please visit https://www.downstate.edu/peds

Pediatric Endocrinology Fellowship - July 2019
Children’s Hospital at Montefiore, Bronx, NY

The Pediatric Endocrinology Fellowship at Children’s Hospital at Montefiore in Bronx, NY, has an unexpected opening for its fellowship program beginning July 2019. Our matched applicant will be unable to attend due to personal issues. Our 3-year fellowship program offers extensive training in diabetes and endocrinology with a diversity of practice settings and patient population including Bronx and Westchester counties. We have numerous specialty and rotating clinics including metabolic bone disease, thyroid nodules, pediatric lipid disorders, adult diabetes, adult endocrine, and transgender. Research opportunities include clinical, quality improvement, basic science, or other options tailored to the fellow’s interest. All fellows are fully funded and do not need to obtain grant funding. Fellows also receive funding to attend conferences where they are presenting for all three years. Our program currently has 5 fellows for 2019-2020, with equally divided night/weekend call in 3-4 day blocks. The program has twice weekly didactics and benefits from many adult endocrine conferences as well. We have an excellent, enthusiastic, caring multidisciplinary team. Fellows typically choose to live in Bronx, Manhattan, Queens, New Jersey, or other nearby areas.

Interested candidates should contact the program director, Dr. Molly Regelmann, at moregelm@montefiore.org with current CV and statement of interest. The start date would be July 8, but a later start date in the 2019-2020 year will be considered. To learn more about the program, please visit https://www.cham.org/specialties-and-programs/endocrinology-diabetes/education-training

Pediatric Critical Care Medicine Fellowship
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai , New York, NY

We are pleased to announce our newly ACGME accredited Fellowship program in Pediatric Critical Care Medicine at the Icahn School of Medicine Mount Sinai Kravis Children’s Hospital. The fellowship curriculum is designed to provide our fellows with a learning environment that will enable them to become expert clinicians, scientists, and educators in the field of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine (PCCM). The PCCM fellowship is an ACGME accredited three-year program for Board eligible/certified physicians in Pediatrics or Medicine-Pediatrics who upon completion will meet requirements for board certification in the field of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine. The division of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine is comprised of seven board certified/eligible attending physicians and two physicians board certified in both Pediatric Critical Care Medicine and Pediatric Cardiology all with varied interest in research and other clinical programs beyond their patient care duties. The faculty will work closely with each fellow throughout their three years of training to tailor the experience to meet individual career aspirations, with a specific goal to create an environment of collegial scholarship and apprenticeship for the trainees that fosters learning for both the fellows and faculty. Our curriculum will include a structured core lecture series, case conferences, journal clubs, research presentations, and quality improvement conferences, along with a high-fidelity simulation medical education curriculum to enhance the trainee’s team leadership, clinical, and procedural skills.  The Pediatric Critical Care division at the Mount Sinai Kravis Children’s Hospital is comprised of 15 ICU beds in the newly renovated pediatric ICU , 5 telemetry beds ,and a newly built 6 bedded Pediatric Cardiac Critical Care unit opened in March 2019, with a total of >1200 admissions a year.  The units are traditionally “closed units” in which the pediatric critical care team is primarily responsible for the care of all medical and surgical patients, with 24 hour in house attending coverage. The patient population spans the range of pediatric critical care medicine with a strong representation in acute respiratory failure, septic shock, cardiothoracic surgery, solid organ transplant, and neurosurgery. Our fellows will receive a comprehensive education in all critical care procedures and management and extensive training in all methods of advanced therapeutics including nonconventional respiratory support, ECMO, ventricular assist devices, and all modalities of renal replacement therapy. Given the location of our hospital on the Upper East side of Manhattan boarding Central Park and Harlem along with the recent growth of the Mount Sinai Hospital system our fellows will have a unique opportunity of exposure to a widely diverse patient population. The Kravis Children’s Hospital serves as the primary Pediatric Intensive Unit for the Mount Sinai Hospital system throughout New York which will further enhance the trainee’s experience and education affording the trainee opportunities to participate in the care and transport of our critically ill patients.  A meaningful research experience will be an integral component of the PCCM fellowship with support for the trainee’s research project beginning in the first few months of the fellowship, as the first year fellows will meet with the program director early in the year to help identify interests and explore opportunities for research mentorship throughout our hospital and medical school system. The PCCM Fellowship program at the Icahn School of Medicine Mount Sinai Kravis Children’s Hospital is excited to attract applicants from all backgrounds who are dedicated to professional and personal development in a challenging clinical environment in the heart of New York City. The program will be a three year fellowship consisting of 2 a year for a total of 6 fellows. Our program will be participating in the NRMP match for the PCCM fellowship starting date of July 2020, applicants interested in the PCCM Fellowship at the Icahn School of Medicine Mount Sinai Kravis Children’s Hospital starting July 2020 should apply through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS), which will be accepting applications beginning July 2019. Any applicants interested in applying for the PCCM fellowship position starting this coming academic year July 2019 should forward their application for review to Sheemon.Zackai@mssm.edu. Completion of an ACGME-accredited residency program in general pediatrics will be required for admission to the program. Please feel free to contact the Program Director, Sheemon Zackai at Sheemon.Zackai@mssm.edu with any questions or further interest in our program.

Pediatric Oncology and Stem Cell Transplant Hospital Physicians
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA

Pediatric Oncology and Stem Cell Transplant Hospital Physicians

Chair, Department of Pediatrics
LSU Health Sciences Center / Ochsner LSU Health System, Shreveport, LA

Chair, Department of Pediatrics

Sickle Cell Disease Fellowship
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, Memphis, TN

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is looking for a fellow for a 1 year Sickle Cell Disease Fellowship

The Comprehensive Sickle Cell Center at St. Jude is one the largest sickle cell disease programs in the country. This program treats approximately 900 children with sickle cell disease each year.

The St. Jude- Methodist Sickle Cell Disease Transition clinic, an integral part of the Comprehensive Sickle Cell Center, ensures the appropriate transition of adolescents to adult health care for ongoing management of this complex chronic disease. Our partnerships with Methodist University Hospital and the University of Tennessee also connects our faculty and fellows to an adult sickle cell population of approximately 400 adults. The clinic serves as a national model for other programs aiming to improve outcomes of this disease.

Learn more at stjude.org/sickle-cell-fellowship    

Eligible applicants will have completed training in pediatric hematology/oncology, adult hematology/oncology, adult hematology, internal medicine, family medicine, or medicine/pediatrics.

Interested candidates should send a copy of their CV, a personal statement, and three letters of recommendation to the program directors.

Program Director:  Latika Puri, MD: latika.puri@stjude.org

Program Co-Director:  Jane Hankins, MD: jane.hankins@stjude.org


Pediatric Pulmonology Fellowship - July 1, 2019
New York Presbyterian/Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital and Columbia University, New York, NY

The Pediatric Pulmonology Fellowship Program at New York-Presbyterian/Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital and Columbia University has an available first year fellow position for July 1, 2019.

The three year ACGME accredited fellowship program provides comprehensive training with a balance of clinical, research and educational experiences. The Pulmonary Division at Columbia University offers a range of clinical services and programs including a Cystic Fibrosis Center, Asthma Research and Clinical Program, Aero-digestive Center, Sleep Disorders Center, Neuromuscular center, Pulmonary Function Test and Exercise Laboratory as well as expertise in Ventilator and Technology Dependence, Childhood Interstitial Lung Disease, Pulmonary Hypertension, Neonatal Lung Diseases, Primary Ciliary Dyskinesia, Bronchiectasis, etc. Fellows have opportunities for pursuing clinical, basic or translational research. The Division has existing research collaborations with those in the microbiology, cellular biology, genetics and development, anesthesiology, and immunology laboratories. Postgraduate coursework in research design and statistics are available as well. Fellows participate in and conduct a variety of educational conferences including multi-disciplinary cystic fibrosis conference, physiology conference, clinical case conference, sleep conference and radiology rounds that enhance and nurture their clinical learning experience.

Interested applicants are encouraged to contact Yvonne Diaz Cruz, Fellowship Coordinator, email- yd63@cumc.columbia.edu ; Tel- 212-305-5122 or Aliva De, Pediatric Pulmonology Fellowship Director at email- ad3622@cumc.columbia.edu

Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship - July 2019
Children's Hospital Colorado/University of Colorado, Aurora, CO

The Pediatric Critical Care Medicine fellowship at the Children’s Hospital Colorado/University of Colorado School of Medicine has had an unexpected opening for its fellowship program beginning July 2019.  Our matched applicant required deferral due to personal issues. Our 3-year PCCM fellowship program offers broad-based training in both the practice of pediatric critical care medicine and the advancement of scholarship related to pediatric critical care. The program mission is to train the future leaders of pediatric critical care, who will provide compassionate and high-quality care and contribute to the advancement of critical care medicine. Therefore, desired candidates should exhibit a strong interest in clinical medicine, education and academics.  Additional information about the training program can be found at: http://www.ucdenver.edu/academics/colleges/medicalschool/departments/pediatrics/subs/critcare/educat/fellows/Pages/fellows.aspx

Interested candidates should contact the program director, Angela Czaja, at angela.czaja@childrenscolorado.org with current CV and statement of interest. Start date would be July 8, 2019.  However, delayed start may be considered given the late nature of the opening.

Genomic Medicine Short Course
Children's Mercy Hospital, Kansas City, MO

Genomic Medicine Short Course

Infectious Diseases Fellowship
University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center/St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Memphis, TN

Infectious Diseases Fellowship

Child Neurology Reserved Residency Position for Current Pediatrics Resident
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

Are you a Pediatrics resident interested in becoming a pediatric neurologist, or do you know of someone who is?  The Child Neurology Residency Program has an opening for a resident starting the neurology section of his or her training starting in July, 2020. 

We have a “reserved position” in the March, 2020, NRMP match for applicants interviewing in the autumn of 2019 during their PGY2 or PGY3 years of their Pediatric residency.

The Division has 14 full-time faculty members with diverse clinical and scholarly interests, including medical education and education research.  Our categorical residency program is increasing from two to four residents per year.

The Pediatric Neurology Division at C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital provides comprehensive treatment and diagnostics for children with neurologic disorders. Clinics and inpatient care are provided at C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital as well as several satellite clinics. The Division is supported by three nurse practitioners, three ketogenic dieticians, an epilepsy care coordinator, a pharmacist, nurses, social workers, office assistants and program coordinator. We have a very close relationship with our colleagues in adult Neurology, Pediatrics, Neurosurgery, Neuroradiology, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, and Genetics. Our research assistants support both multicenter and local clinical research studies.  Pain psychologists work closely with our headache patients. The University of Michigan provides outstanding environments for clinical care, student and resident education, and translational, health services, and basic research.

See https://medicine.umich.edu/dept/pediatrics/divisions/pediatric-neurology/pediatric-neurology-residency-program for more information on our program and selection criteria.  The University of Michigan is an Affirmative Action /Equal Opportunity Employer.            

Please contact Dr. Steven Leber (leber@med.umich.edu), Program Director, or Teri Behnke (tbehnke@med.umich.edu), Program Coordinator, for additional information.  




PGY-2 Pediatric Resident Position - July 1, 2019
University of Florida / Studer Family Children’s Hospital at Sacred Heart , Pensacola, FL

The University of Florida Pediatric Residency Program in Pensacola, FL is seeking a qualified candidate for a PGY-2 position beginning July 1, 2019. The diversity of our patients and faculty creates a well-balanced experience for our pediatric residents, where approximately 50% of our residents select a primary care pediatric practice and 50% chose further subspecialty training following the completion of their training.  We are especially proud of our Pediatric Housestaff who are trained and encouraged to critically evaluate clinical problems and to function as primary care physicians in a patient- and family-centered environment. 

Please visit our website for further information about our program:


Applicants should submit:

  • A letter of interest, which includes your reason for requesting transfer
  • Curriculum vitae
  • Three letters of recommendation
  • USMLE Steps 1 and 2 scores; Step 3 if taken
  • Medical School Performance Evaluation (Dean's letter)
  • Name and contact information for your program director
  • Valid ECFMG Certificate, if applicable

Interested candidates are encouraged to apply immediately by email to:
Ms. Danika Gretzinger, Residency Program Manager, email: dgretzinger@ascension.org

Please note that we only support J-1 Visas and accept applications from international medical graduates who have a one-year waiver from the American Board of Pediatrics

PGY-2 Position Available July 1, 2019
Stony Brook Children's Hospital , Stony Brook, LI, NY

The Stony Brook Children’s Pediatric Residency Program on Long Island, New York is currently accepting applications for a PGY-2 position starting July 1, 2019.  This position will fill a recent opening in the program.  Our residency program boasts a strong academic foundation, dedicated faculty, and enthusiastic residents.  We offer exciting research opportunities, diverse patient population, and a wide variety of pathologies in a supportive and challenging environment. Please feel free to visit our website for further information about our program:http://www.stonybrookmedicalcenter.org/pediatricresidency

Applicants should be in good standing in an ACGME accredited program and have permission of their current Program Director to interview.

Interested candidates are encouraged to apply immediately by fax or email to:

Jean Segall, Pediatric Residency Coordinator
fax (631) 444-2894
phone (631)444-2020

The following items must be included with your initial submission:

  • A letter of interest, which includes your reason for requesting transfer
    ?Curriculum vitae
    ?Three letters of recommendations
    ?USMLE Steps I and II CK and CS scores; Step III if taken
    ?Medical School Performance evaluation (Dean’s letter)
    ?Name and contact information for your program director
    ?Valid ECFMG Certificate, if applicable
    (Please note that we only support J-1 Visas)

Blood and Marrow Transplantation (BMT) Hospitalist
Children's National Health System, Washington, DC

BMT Hospitalist

Pediatric Residency Coordinator
Jersey Shore University Medical Center/K. Hovnanian Children’s Hospital , Neptune, New Jersey

The Department of Pediatrics at Jersey Shore University Medical Center/K. Hovnanian Children’s Hospital is seeking a highly motivated candidate to join the department as the Pediatric Residency Coordinator. The Program Coordinator provides direction and day-to-day management of educational departmental activities, including administrative support for the Program Director, Associate Program Directors and Chief Residents.   


  • Administrative support to the residents and fellow during their training period, including onboarding and assuring requirements needed for graduation
  • Educational coordination between faculty, fellow, residents and institutional and regulatory administrative offices
  • Maintain documentation, databases and requirements for ACGME accreditation
  • Coordinate residents/fellow recruitment annually


  • Experience with residents/fellow in academic and/or healthcare settings preferred
  • Highly motivated, organized, and adept at problem solving, prioritizing, and following through with tasks
  • Excellent communication skills and enjoys working with trainees/residents
  • Experience in New Innovations Residency Management and knowledge of the ACGME and ERAS is preferred

Interested candidates should send a CV by e-mail to the Program Director, Dr. Paul Schwartzberg at Paul.Schwartzberg@hackensackmeridian.org or call 732-776-4865 regarding this opportunity.

Pediatric Pulmonology Fellowship - July 2019
Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital at Westchester Medical Center and New York Medical College, Valhalla, NY

Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital at Westchester Medical Center and New York Medical College has an unexpected 1st year position open in its highly regarded fellowship in Pediatric Pulmonology, starting in July 2019.  Our accepted applicant suddenly withdrew due to medical concerns.  Due to the late nature of this opening, we can be flexible with the start date. We are an ACGME-accredited 3 year program, and one of the longest-standing Pediatric Pulmonology Fellowship programs in the country. We are also one of the largest divisions in the country, with 21 faculty members.  Fellows have the opportunity to care for children with an incredible range of respiratory illnesses with a diverse patient population, pursue research with protected time, and pursue advanced degrees through New York Medical College.  There are many unique aspects of our program, including incorporation of our nationally recognized Children’s Environmental Health Center, a joint venture between our faculty and the New York Medical College School of Public Health.  We are seeking strong candidates interested in an academic career.  Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital is a beautiful truly family-centered children’s hospital that cares for the sickest and most complex patients in the region. Our campus is about 25 miles of New York City, in magnificent Westchester County, New York.

Please see our website below for more information: https://www.mariafarerichildrens.org/pulmonology-allergy-and-sleep-medicine.

Interested applicants should send a copy of your CV, USMLE steps 1, 2, and 3 scores and three letters of recommendations to Allen J. Dozor, MD at allen_dozor@nymc.edu or call 914-493-7585.

Medical Geneticist
University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA

Medical Geneticist

Associate Residency Program Director – July, 2019
Nemours/DuPont Hospital for Children, Wilmington, DE

The Pediatrics Residency Program at Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Jefferson/Nemours-duPont Hospital for Children is seeking a motivated individual to join our team as a second Associate Pediatrics Residency Program Director (APD).  This will be a 0.5 FTE position based at our tertiary-care children’s hospital in Wilmington DE which will complement the APD’s clinical work.  For more information about our residency program, please see here https://www.nemours.org/education/gme/pediatricresidency.html.  Nemours is one of the largest and most dynamic pediatric healthcare organizations in the country.

We have four pediatric residency programs at our institution: categorical pediatrics (22 residents/year), med-peds (in partnership with Christiana Care, 4 residents/year), pediatrics-rehabilitation medicine (1 resident/year), and pediatric neurology (1-2 residents/year).  Our residents demonstrate clinical excellence, are very active in the community, have extremely high board passing rates, and actively participate in clinical research.  We are looking for someone who is organized, communicates well, and is passionate about medical education.  The APD will work closely with other members of our Pediatrics Residency team.  For any questions or to apply, please contact our coordinator Cindy Chuidian at cindy.chuidian@nemours.org.

Pediatric Endocrinology Fellowship - July 2019
Children’s Hospital of Orange County/University of California at Irvine , Orange, CA

The Pediatric Endocrinology Fellowship Program at Children’s Hospital of Orange County in affiliation with University of California at Irvine is seeking a fellowship candidate for an opening position beginning July 2019. 

We offer a three-year training program in a fully accredited, university-based fellowship program.  CHOC Children's is a community-based hospital in the heart of Southern California (Orange, California) and will be the main clinical teaching site.  CHOC Children's is a free-standing children’s hospital that has national recognition for providing patients with first-class care in state-of-the-art facilities.  CHOC is an extensive healthcare system featuring the main hospital in Orange and a referral place for specialty care from at least 14 primary care health centers, community clinics, and mobile health vans. 

UCI/CHOC also provides top-notch medical education to students, pediatrics residents and other fellowships. The program includes a year of largely clinical training in a high-volume inpatient and outpatient setting followed by two years of largely research in basic science, clinical or translational research within the division, Department of Pediatrics and Islet program at University of California at Irvine. Our program is designed to meet the ACGME requirements for fellowship training so fellows may be successful and eligible for board certification.  We aim to provide the fellow with:

  • Structured one-on-one mentoring to help guide their chosen career path
  • Opportunities for conducting and presenting research (basic science, translational, clinical and educational) as well as quality improvement projects
  • Promoting a collaborative culture and ensuring protection to the fellow to ensure wellness and minimize “burnout” amidst creating resilience
  • Experience to provide patient-centered, evidence-based, high quality and innovative care to patients and their families. 

Our current Endocrine team includes 9 Endocrinologist/Diabetologist, 3 nurse practitioners, 3 dieticians, 1 social worker, 3 psychologists, and 2 research coordinators.  NYU Langone Health is seeking candidates for one open first year fellowship position beginning July 2019. Our program consists of 3 fellows and 8 faculty members and offers an excellent and diverse clinical and research training in all areas of Diabetes & Endocrinology.  

About our primary teaching site: Children’s Hospital of Orange County

  • CHOC is an academic, community-based hospital that serves as the main site for training in the fellowship. It has 334 beds, including a 30-bed PICU, 12-bed Cardiac ICU, 72-bed NICU and separate Oncology and Neuroscience units. In 2016-2017, there were 12,891 hospital discharges with 89,791 ED visits and 4,252 transports to CHOC. CHOC’s ED is a Level II pediatric trauma center. CHOC also operates primary care and specialty clinics throughout the county. The hospital serves about 2 million patients over 4 counties.
  • The training and education of medical students, residents and fellows has been a longstanding focus of CHOC. Each year, CHOC trains about 290 residents and fellows from 38 different training programs, along with 190 medical students.

For more information about the program please refer to our website: https://www.choc.org/careers/residency-training-programs/uci-choc-pediatric-endocrinology-fellowship-program/

Interested candidates should reach out to the program director, Himala Kashmiri, DO, at hkashmiri@choc.org or to our program coordinator, Judy Sepulveda at jsepulveda@choc.org



URM Pediatric Visiting Student Elective Scholarship Program
Nationwide Children's Hospital/Ohio State University, Columbus, OH

Applications are now open for Nationwide Children’s URM Pediatric Visiting Student Elective Scholarship Program.  Benefits of the program include subinternship on an inpatient ward, stipend, housing, mentorship, and interview with NCH’s residency program during the experience.  Please see https://www.nationwidechildrens.org/for-medical-professionals/residency--fellowship/urm-pediatric-elective for more details.  Interested rising fourth year students can apply through this link.  Deadline is May 17, 2019.

Faculty Position – General Pediatrics - July, 2019
Harbor-UCLA Medical Center , Torrance, CA

The Department of Pediatrics at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center in Torrance, CA, is seeking a full-time faculty member at the Assistant or Associate Professor level for a position in General Pediatrics. Harbor-UCLA Medical Center is a large academic health center with a level I trauma center located in the South Bay of Los Angeles County and serving a population of 1.5 million. The successful applicant will join the Division of General Pediatrics and serve our patients and provide teaching and mentoring for our pediatric residents. Successful applicant will be employed by Los Angeles Biomedical Research Institute at the Harbor-UCLA Medical Center campus and will receive a faculty appointment with the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA.

Applicants must be board-certified and have at least 2-3 years of outpatient pediatric experience following residency. Responsibilities will include:

  1. 1-2 half-day continuity clinic supervising residents
  2. 4-6 half-day general pediatric practice
  3. 1 day reserved for administrative/academic needs
  4. Mentor residents throughout the year
  5. Provide resident lectures/didactic/conference teaching.
  6. Seek to lead change in our pediatric clinic to provide trauma-informed best practices


  • Board certification by the American Board of Pediatrics
  • Fluency in Spanish preferred
  • Experience working with at-risk populations preferred
  • Demonstrated leadership in an organizational structure related to clinical care.

Academic rank and salary will be commensurate with qualifications. Salary is enhanced by an attractive benefits package that includes professional liability coverage and a collegial, friendly, and SoCal relaxed work environment. Harbor-UCLA is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. We value diversity and are committed to equal opportunity in employment.

To apply contact LSantos@Labiomed.org or apply here: https://chp.tbe.taleo.net/chp03/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=LABIOMED&cws=1&rid=1364

Fellowship in Infectious Diseases of Immunocompromised Children and Adolescents - July 1, 2019
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, Memphis, TN

The Department of Infectious Diseases at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital has an opening for a non-ACGME accredited fellowship position in Infectious Diseases of Immunocompromised Children and Adolescents beginning July 1, 2019.

Infectious Diseases in immunocompromised children has emerged as a subspecialty within Pediatric Infectious Diseases over the past 2 decades, reflecting the increasing volumes and complexity of this patient population. Faculty positions focused on the care of immunocompromised hosts have become available, indicating an appreciation for expertise in this realm. The Department of Pediatric Infectious Diseases at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is pleased to offer a fellowship program in Infectious Diseases of Immunocompromised Children and Adolescents.  This program is intended for practitioners who have completed a Pediatric Infectious Diseases fellowship and who wish to gain additional expertise and experience in the diagnosis, management, and prevention of infections in this patient population. The training program is jointly administered by the Department of Infectious Diseases at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital and the Division of Pediatric Infectious Disease at Le Bonheur Children's Hospital.  

The training program is 12-24 months in duration and can be customized to meet participants’ individual learning goals. Participants have the opportunity to manage patients with a wide variety of infectious diseases on both an inpatient and an ambulatory basis. St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital provides care for over 500 new patients with cancer annually. A total of 75-100 hematopoietic stem cell transplants (HSCT) are performed annually, the majority being allogeneic or haploidentical. More than 250 HIV-infected children and youth receive care and participate in numerous NIH and pharmaceutical industry studies yearly. Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital has a 40-year history of pediatric transplant surgery, offering national destination programs for multiple types of solid organ transplant. Trainees also have opportunities to participate in antimicrobial stewardship, infection prevention and control, teaching and, for those who extend their training period for more than 12 months, research.

Fellows receive a competitive salary, professional development allowance, a personal computer for use during the fellowship, tuition assistance, dependent care assistance, moving allowance, an onsite health and fitness facility, flexible health and dependent care savings accounts, medical, dental and vision insurance (cost shared), and disability, long term disability, and group life insurance. Memphis offers a relaxed, affordable lifestyle with excellent cultural and recreational amenities.

Interested candidates may contact Trachia Wilson, Fellowship Program Coordinator, at trachia.wilson@stjude.org.

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Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrician
West Virginia University School of Medicine, Morgantown, WV

West Virginia University School of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics seeks a board certified/board eligible Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrician qualified for appointment at the Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Professor rank. The successful candidate will be expected to practice in Morgantown, WV.

Candidates must have completed an accredited pediatrics residency program and a developmental-behavioral or Neurodevelopmental pediatrics fellowship by the time of appointment. Responsibilities will include providing excellent patient care as well as teaching medical students and residents.

Duties: The successful candidate will practice in the areas of Pediatrics. In addition to providing excellent patient care, the successful candidate will also be actively involved in the teaching of medical students, residents, and fellows.  For appointment at the Associate Professor or Professor rank, it is expected that candidates sustain an outstanding, extramurally supported research program.

Qualifications: applicants must have an MD or DO degree or foreign equivalent and be eligible to obtain an unrestricted West Virginia medical license.  Candidates must be board certified / eligible in Pediatrics. For appointment at the Associate Professor or Professor rank, a demonstrated track-record of leadership, excellent communication skills, and publications in high-impact journals are required. All qualifications must be met by the time of appointment.

Opportunities exist to develop new research initiatives or collaborate with existing programs that cross a broad spectrum of DBP areas and clinical and translational research. The successful candidate will also join a dedicated team of psychologists, social workers, speech pathologists, parent mentors, occupational therapists, and fellows who provide direct clinical services, training, research, and technical assistance through the West Virginia University Center for Excellence in Disabilities (WVUCED) and the Maternal and Child Health Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (LEND Fellowship). The WVU CED (www.cedwvu.org) and the LEND Program (www.lend.cedwvu.org) are composed of more than 80 individuals located throughout the state who provide services to individuals with disabilities and their families. Currently, the LEND Program provides training to more than 25 trainees from various disciplines including social work, psychology, law, occupational therapy, and speech pathology. Specific clinics also provide direct services through these programs including: the Next Steps Clinic, the Intensive Autism Service Delivery Clinic, and the Feeding and Swallowing Clinic.

WVU Medicine Children's Hospital provides our faculty with direct access to highly advanced technological resources and comprehensive pediatric services. West Virginia University is a comprehensive doctoral-granting public institution with a combined agenda of research, teaching, and service. In recognition of this mission, the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching has ranked WVU as a "Research University I" institution. This designation places WVU among only 59 public and 29 private institutions of higher education nationwide.

WVU Medicine Children’s Hospital is a tertiary care center for the state of West Virginia, Western Maryland, Southwestern Pennsylvania, as well as Southeastern Ohio. We have the only cardiothoracic surgery program in the state, and we offer surgical interventions for the full range of congenital heart defects.

WVU Medicine Children’s recently announced plans to construct a new 10 story Women’s and Children’s Hospital with an anticipated move-in date of late 2020.  For more details, please see http://wvumedicine.org/news/article/wvu-medicine-children-s-growing-into-new-tower-to-be-added-onto-j-w-ruby-memorial-hospital/

WVU Medicine is West Virginia University’s affiliated health system, West Virginia’s largest private employer, and a national leader in patient safety and quality. WVU Medicine includes the physicians, specialists, and sub-specialists of the West Virginia University School of Medicine; four community hospitals; three critical access hospitals; and the Children’s Hospital, all anchored by a 690-bed academic medical center that offers tertiary and quaternary care. WVU Medicine has more than 1,000 active medical staff members and 15,000 employees who serve hundreds of thousands of people each year from across the state of West Virginia and the nation. 

Morgantown, West Virginia is located just over an hour south of Pittsburgh, PA and three hours from Washington, D.C. and Baltimore, MD. Morgantown is consistently rated as one of the best small metropolitan areas in the country for both lifestyle and business climate.  The area offers the cultural diversity and amenities of a large city in a safe, family-friendly environment. There is also an excellent school system and an abundance of beautiful homes and recreational activities.

Build your legacy as you serve, teach, learn and make a difference from day one.  To learn more, visit http://medicine.hsc.wvu.edu/pediatrics and http://www.wvukids.com/wvuh/

For additional questions, please contact Kari Roupe at kari.roupe@wvumedicine.org

West Virginia University & University Health Associates are an AA/EO employer – Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran – and WVU is the recipient of an NSF ADVANCE award for gender equity.

Pediatric Fellowship Coordinator
The Floating Hospital at Tufts Medical Center, Boston, MA

The Floating Hospital for Children at Tufts Medical Center is seeking a highly motivated candidate to join the department as Pediatric Fellowship Coordinator. This person is responsible for the coordination of clinical and educational activities of all Pediatric Fellowship Programs, including Neurology, Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics, Newborn Medicine, Rheumatology and Hospitalist Medicine, as well as other visiting fellows, residents, and medical students within these programs.


  • Provide direct administrative support to all fellowship directors in the day-to-day operations of the fellowship programs
  • Provide in-house administrative support to the fellows during their training period, including medical licensing, onboarding, assistance in obtaining visas, assuring requirements needed for graduation are completed
  • Maintain documentation/databases, and manage the requirements for each fellowship to maintain ACGME accreditation
  • Coordinate Fellowship recruitment for each program annually


  • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent is required, preferably in Business Administration, Communication, Education or related field
  • 3 years administrative experience is required; Experience in academic and/or healthcare setting is preferred
  • Prior experience in Graduate Medical Education is preferred
  • An ideal candidate is highly motivated, organized, and capable of working in a fast-paced environment both independently and in group settings. He or she is adept at problem solving, prioritizing, and follow through. He or she should possess excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
  • Intermediate/Advanced skill in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and Powerpoint is required
  • Experience in New Innovations Residency Management is preferred
  • Willing to obtain Certification in Training Administrators of Graduate Medical Education (C-TAGME)
  • Has a good sense of humor. We are a friendly, funny group to work with!

This is a full time weekday position.

Interested candidates should provide his/her resume to Joe Watson at jwatson@tuftsmedicalcenter.org or apply directly at: https://jobs.tuftsmedicalcenter.org/