Positions Available

If you wish to post an open position 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.

Click below to reveal information

(2/21/2019)
Newborn Nursery Hospitalist/Coordinator
Richmond University Medical Center, Staten Island, NY

RICHMOND UNIVERSITY MEDICAL Center, a 510-bed community teaching hospital located in Staten Island, NY is seeking a FT/PT position for NBN  Hospitalist/Coordinator. Candidate must be a BE/BC pediatrician in general pediatrics, fulfill recertifications, current NYS MD licensure, BLS/PALS certified.

The candidate be responsible examination of patients, communication with parents and coordination of the NBN with 24/7 coverage. As a teaching hospital, the candidate will have direct supervision and education of the resident and medical student who is on a NBN rotation. Will provide service on the inpatient floor 4-6 two week blocks per year. Weekends and holidays vary. Candidate must be actively practicing pediatrician with exposure to treating and managing the care of economically and culturally diverse populations.

Salary is commensurate with experience and we offer a competitive salary and benefit package.  For immediate consideration submit your CV to dharasek@rumcsi.org. Richmond University Medical Center is an EOE/AA employer.

 

 

(2/21/2019)
Pediatric Residency Manager
UCLA Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA

We are seeking a creative, organized and skilled Pediatric Residency Programs Manager/Coordinator to facilitate our programs and join our team. The successful applicant for this position will be passionate about education, have program and project management experiences, and a desire to collaborate with a dynamic group of faculty, staff, and trainees on a mission to improve child health. The Residency Coordinator is responsible for overall administration of a large (80+ Pediatric residents, 16 med-peds residents, 4 chief residents) residency program. On the behalf of the Residency Program Director serve as the Manager of residency education, performs strategic management duties as related to planning, directing, and coordinating academic, operational, and financial activities of the residency program; assists in the development of program educational and administrative goals and objectives; develops the mapping of the residency program structure; and provides sound guidance and advice on other pertinent residency program issues. The incumbent will work closely with residency directors and associate coordinators; disseminate policies and procedures of the GME, ACGME and other governing bodies to ensure compliance. The position will manage 3 program staff: the Associate Residency Coordinator, the Events/Didactics Coordinator, and the Medical Student Coordinator. The position will oversee Medical Education Program events, such as Fall and Spring Retreats, Senior Banquet, Intern Orientation, and Intern Recruitment.

Required Skills:

Working knowledge of graduate or undergraduate medical education programs; Ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with students, faculty, housestaff, and faculty physician; Skill in setting priorities to complete work in a timely manner when there are changes in workload, pressures of deadlines, and competing requirements; Computer skills including use of software packages such as Microsoft Word, Publisher, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook; Ability to use specialized educational software to record PowerPoint presentations with audio and complete the video processing of the lectures; Skill in writing and editing correspondence with correct grammar, spelling, and punctuation and with speed and accuracy; Ability to manage or willingness to learn to monitor online application system and related programming management systems (ERAS, ACGME WebADS, MedHub, etc.). Ability to make oral group presentations to provide information and explain policies and procedures to pediatric coordinators and directors; Skill in establishing and maintaining subject paper and electronic files; Skill in coordinating meetings and events by determining place, time, and arranging catering, etc; Skill in speaking clearly and distinctly in response to telephone inquiries about the training programs and requirements. Skill in working independently and following through on assignments; knowledge of university policies and procedures; Knowledge of basic math and analysis techniques to compile and construct tables, charts, and graphs; Ability to work occasional weekend days and evenings.  

Preferred Skills:

We will preferentially interview candidates with GME experience and staff management experience but will consider applicants withour staff management expeirence. Ideally the applicant will have working knowledge of University systems such as BRUINBuy and Travel Express. The ideal candidate will have ability to manage or willingness to learn to monitor online application system and related program management systems (ERAS, ACGME WebADS, MedHub, etc.). 

Contact/CV submission should be aschin@mednet.ucla.edu

 

 

(2/20/2019)
Special Infant Care Fellowship
Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC

This is an ICGME hospital funded fellowship that will again be offered at Duke Children’s Hospital and Health Center beginning in July 2019. The Special Infant Care Fellowship provides one year (with an optional second year) of post-residency training to pediatricians who wish to gain experience in caring for medically fragile infants in their future practice. This is an ideal experience for those not only planning to do private practice, but also hospital medicine, Pediatric Complex Care, Level 2 nursery and/or NICU follow-up, as well as a gap year before doing a Neonatology or other traditional 3-year pediatric fellowship. Our previous fellows have all acquired excellent academic and clinical positions upon completing this training. The fellow will be an important team member in our Transitional Medical Home Program for medically fragile infants. I have attached a description of the fellowship curriculum as well as an application. Please circulate to your junior and senior residents who may be interested in applying. We are now accepting applications for July 2019, but welcome inquiries from those who may be interested in doing the fellowship starting in July 2020 as well. 

SICC Fellowship Description

SICC Fellowship Application

(2/20/2019)
Categorical Pediatrics PGY2
Valley Children's Healthcare, Madera, CA

Valley Children’s Pediatric Residency Program seeks a categorical pediatric resident for a PGY2 position starting July 1, 2019.  We are a new program graduating our first class in 2020.  Our program trains pediatricians to be excellent advocates for children and physician-leaders. We offer a unique opportunity to mold a program and develop individualized curricula in a family-oriented atmosphere. Mentors and coaches aid in resident development. Our residents have published and/or presented case reports, abstracts, and clinical research. Valley Children’s Hospital is a free-standing tertiary care children’s hospital that serves 1.3 million children in the Central Valley of California providing a thriving learning environment on busy inpatient, level IV NICU, and PICU rotations. Electives offer an individualized teaching experience working one-on-one with attendings. Our Work-Life Balance stipend offers reimbursement for gym membership and educational activities such as attending a meeting to present research. PGY2 call schedule consists primarily of night float rotations serving as a senior resident with another PGY2 or PGY3 and 2 PGY1s. Visit our website for details: https://www.valleychildrens.org/pediatric-residency-program/residency-program-home

Interested candidates should email the following to GME@valleychildrens.org:
1) A cover letter explaining your interest in this position and the reason for leaving your current residency program; 2) Curriculum Vitae; 3) A Letter of Recommendation from current Program Director and 2 others (3 total); 4) USMLE/COMLEX Scores; 5) Medical School Transcript and Diploma; 6) Medical School Dean’s Letter; 7) ECFMG Certification, if applicable.

(2/12/2019)
Chief Resident
University of Nevada School of Medicine (Las Vegas) , Las Vegas, NV

The UNLV School of Medicine Department of Pediatrics is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Chief Resident for the academic year of July 2019 - June 2020. This is an exciting opportunity to be an integral part of our dynamic pediatric training program and to be a junior faculty member in the department of pediatrics. There are currently 39 pediatric residents in our program and two fourth year chief residents.

Candidates should have a strong academic record as well as exceptional interpersonal, clinical and leadership skills. They must have a commitment to teaching and a sincere desire to be chief resident. Candidates must have completed a three-year residency in Pediatrics by the start date – July 1, 2019.

In collaboration with the other chief resident, duties will consist of mentoring pediatric residents and medical students, coordinating educational activities for the pediatric residents, organizing and tracking the educational curriculum, developing curricula and board review sessions, and supervising pediatric residents in simulation, ambulatory, newborn, and inpatient settings. The chief residents are key members of the program leadership team. Further, as a junior faculty member, the chief  serves an important role in departmental administrative meetings including the program evaluation committee and other education/hospital-based committees, and is provided the opportunity to maintain and further refine clinical skills as a part-time attending – 5 days per month on the inpatient service. It is also anticipated that the chief resident will have the opportunity to pursue scholarship and/or research if desired.

Interested candidates should send a CV and a letter of interest by e-mail to the Program Director, Miriam Bar-on, MD at miriam.bar-on@unlv.edu or call the coordinator, April Poulsen at 702 780-7588.

 

(2/6/2019)
Pediatric Endocrinologist
Richmond University Medical Center, Staten Island, NY

Richmond University Medical Center located in Staten Island, New York is a 510-bed hospital serving nearly 600,000 residents of Staten Island and its neighbors.  RUMC provides inpatient and outpatient care and is currently recruiting a full-time Pediatric Endocrinologist for immediate start.  The candidate must be a MD/DO and Board Certified in Pediatrics and Board Certified/Board Eligible in Pediatric Endocrinology.  The successful candidate will take an active role in the teaching of Pediatric residents and medical students and have the skills to administer the clinical activities and teaching responsibilities within the Department of Pediatrics. This candidate will also have the opportunity to develop a private office through our RUMC Satellite office of Amboy Medical Practice, PC which is fully staffed.  The candidate will be responsible to enhance the quality of the Endocrine rotation and the Quality of care of patient with Endocrine issues such as childhood obesity, Type 1 and 2 diabetes mellitus, metabolic syndrome, hypertension, hypothyroidism, hyperthyroidism, short stature, failure to thrive and precocious, delayed puberty, dyslipidemia and polycystic ovarian syndrome. Competitive salary and benefits.  Please send CV to dharasek@rumcsi.org.

(2/6/2019)
Pediatric Residency Program Coordinator
BronxCare Health System, Bronx, NY

The Program coordinator provides direction, and day-to-day management of educational and departmental activities to include administrative support to the Director of the residency training program and Chief Residents; and educational coordination between attending physicians, residents, and institutional and regulatory administrative offices. The coordinator must demonstrate initiative, resourcefulness, and problem-solving skills in applying a detailed knowledge of the responsibilities, functions and underlying management structure of the department and of the larger institution in organizing and independently prioritizing work, establishing procedures and systems, and ensuring orderly and timely work flow.  Knowledge of the ACGME, GME track and ERAS is preferred.  

Please send CV to:

Erika Regalado, MD

Residency Program Director

Department of Pediatrics

BronxCare Health System

Bronx, NY 10457

eregalad@bronxleb.org

Fax: 718 518-5124

 

(2/6/2019)
Neonatology Fellowship - July 2019
SUNY Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY

The Neonatal-Perinatal Fellowship Program at the State University of New York Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn New York City is seeking candidates for a first year fellowship position  (PGY4)  to start in  July 1, 2019. The fellowship program is a  3-year ACGME-accredited program of outstanding clinical and translational research training, with clinical experience and rotations at our 3 fellowship training sites including the SUNY Downstate University Hospital, The Kings County Hospital Center and the Maimonides Medical Center. Collectively, these centers deliver more than 13,000 live births per year and >2000 NICU admission per year. In addition to clinical and basic research in several aspects of fetal and neonatal medicine, our Neonatal Translational and Clinical Research Laboratory is focused on Neonatal Pharmacology and Drug therapies in the newborn. Additional information about the program is described in:    https://www.downstate.edu/peds/fellowship/neonatal.html

Applicants must have 1)  completed a 3 year residency training in Pediatrics and 2)  successfully passed USMLE steps 1-3.

Interested candidates should submit their 1) CV, 2) USMLE transcript (or ERAS application) 3) Letters of recommendation 4) a brief personal statement and 5) photo  to the Program Director and Director of Neonatology:   J.V. Aranda, MD, PhD, FRCPC at  email : jaranda@downstate.edu or call : +1-718-270-3092. Please copy the program Coordinator: Ms. Deborah Pointer, MSc at Deborah.pointer@downstate.edu .

 

(2/4/2019)
Pediatric Infectious Diseases Fellowship - July 2019
SUNY Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY

Pediatric Infectious Diseases Fellowship - July 2019

(2/4/2019)
Vice-Chair for Medical Education
Children's National Health System, Washington, DC

Vice-Chair for Medical Education

(2/1/2019)
Pediatric Critical Care Unit Hospitalist July 2019
Children’s Hospital at Montefiore, Bronx, NY

The Division of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine is recruiting 1-2 hospitalists for our 26 bed medical/surgical/cardiac intensive care unit. This is an opportunity to provide direct patient care to a wide diversity of PICU patients while working alongside outstanding critical care attendings, fellows, pediatric residents and nursing staff. Potential candidates should have excellent clinical, communication and time management skills.

As a member of the division of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine your role will include:

  • 3 12 hour shifts of intensive care unit patient coverage per week; day, night and weekend coverage is evenly divided among the group
  • No sedation or transport expectation
  • Direct patient care
  • Supervision and education of pediatric residents

Hospitalists are encouraged to contribute to the academic mission of the division including clinical research, administration, education and quality improvement. Mentorship opportunities are available. Potential candidates must be board eligible or certified in general pediatrics and have completed an accredited pediatric residency program. 

Montefiore Medical Center is an equal opportunity employer with a strong commitment to enhancing the diversity of its faculty and staff.

For additional information or to apply please contact:

Dr. H. Michael Ushay

Interim Chief, Pediatric Critical Care Medicine

The Children’s Hospital at Montefiore

hmushay@montefiore.org

(1/30/2019)
PGY-3
University of California San Francisco (UCSF), San Francisco, CA

University of California San Francisco (UCSF)  Benioff Children’s Hospital has an opening for a PGY-3 transfer for the 2019-20 academic year.

Interested applicants should contact the Program Director, Meg McNamara at mcnamara@ucsf.edu.

Please include a letter of interest including reason for transfer, current CV, as well as USMLE and ITE scores, and ECFMG and Visa type if applicable.

(1/30/2019)
Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Fellowship - July 2019
University of Florida College of Medicine-Jacksonville , Jacksonville, FL

The University of Florida Jacksonville and Nemours Children’s Specialty Care Jacksonville are seeking candidates to begin Pediatric Hematology Oncology fellowship training.  We have one PGY4 (first year fellow) position available starting in July 2019.

This program is a collaborative effort between two major institutions: the University of Florida College of Medicine Jacksonville and Nemours Children's Specialty Care, Jacksonville. We are proud to be able to train future leaders in the field.  For more information about our program, please take a look at our website:

https://hscj.ufl.edu/pediatrics/fellowship-hematology-oncology/

Our program is an exciting opportunity to maximize your potential as a clinician and researcher through expert mentorship and structured educational opportunities. All of our faculty are committed to providing both clinical and research mentorship. In addition to being a COG institution, we are involved in Phase 1 and 2 research studies and are part of one of the only pediatric NCI Community Oncology Research Programs (NCORP) funded by NIH, which allows us to collaborate with multiple centers.  Internal funding is available for fellow research projects. We have a breadth of pathology in both hematology and oncology including comprehensive sickle cell, hemophilia, vascular malformations, late effects, and neuro-oncology programs.  We have over 100 new oncology diagnoses per year and care for over 100 hemophilia patients and 350 pediatric sickle cell patients.  We also have a FACT-accredited stem cell transplant program in collaboration with Mayo Clinic. We also care for patients who travel to Jacksonville to receive proton therapy.

Please contact Dr. Manisha Bansal for further information: Manisha.Bansal@nemours.org

(1/30/2019)
Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Fellowship - July 7, 2019
Stanford University/Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital , Palo Alto, CA

The Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Fellowship Program at Stanford University/Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital has an open first year fellow position available starting July 7, 2019.  

This fellowship program maintains 3 positions annually, and is a 3-year, ACGME-accredited program.  First year fellows spend the majority of time immersed in clinical activities with a number of other activities to introduce them to the concept of research and scholarship.  The second and third fellows are primarily dedicated to research, with limited clinical responsibilities.  All fellows are required to identify a research laboratory and project.  Our division faculty assist the fellows in identifying suitable research projects.

Our program is committed to providing protected time for research and ultimately securing an academic position.  Applicants must have completed three years of training in an ACGME-accredited program by the start date. Learn more about our fellowship programat: https://pedhemonc.stanford.edu/education/fellowship.html

Interested applicants should send their CV to Gretchen Shawver (gshawver@stanford.edu), Fellowship Coordinator for the Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Fellowship Program.  In addition, direct queries about the program can be directed to the Fellowship Program Director, Dr. Michael Jeng (mjeng@stanford.edu).

 

(1/30/2019)
Pediatric Pulmonology Fellowship - July 2019
NYU Winthrop Hospital, Mineola, NY

Pediatric Pulmonology Fellowship

(1/29/2019)
Pediatric Neuromuscular Neurologist
University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA

Pediatric Neuromuscular Neurologist

(1/29/2019)
Pediatric Physician Scientists
University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA

Pediatric Physician Scientists

(1/29/2019)
Pediatric Hospitalist Director
University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA

Pediatric Hospitalist Director

(1/29/2019)
Pediatric Scientist
University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA

Pediatric Scientist

(1/29/2019)
Cardiac Intensivist
University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA

Cardiac Intensivist

(1/29/2019)
Bone Marrow Transplant Specialist
University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA

Bone Marrow Transplant Specialist

(1/29/2019)
Pediatric Rheumatology Fellowship – July 2019
Seattle Children’s Hospital/University of Washington , Seattle, WA

Seattle Children’s Hospital / University of Washington Pediatric Rheumatology Fellowship is currently accepting an applicant for a 1st year fellow position starting in July 2019. We are an ACGME-accredited 3 year program, which is one of the longest-standing Pediatric Rheumatology Fellowship programs in the country. We are also one of the largest divisions in the country, covering 5 states in the Northwest, with 10 faculty members. Fellows have the opportunity to see a wide range of rheumatologic illnesses with a diverse patient population, pursue research with protected time in their 2nd and 3rd years of training and pursue advanced degrees through the University of Washington. We are seeking strong candidates interested in an academic career who have, or will, complete a Pediatric Residency in the United States prior to starting fellowship. Please see our website below for more information: http://www.washington.edu/medicine/pediatrics/fellowships/overview/rheumatology

Interested applicants should send a copy of your CV, USMLE steps 1, 2, and 3 scores and three letters of recommendation to Kabita Nanda, MD at RheumatologyFellowship@seattlechildrens.org.

(1/29/2019)
Pediatric Hospitalists
New York University School of Medicine, Brooklyn, NY

We are seeking Pediatric Hospitalists at NYU Langone Brooklyn. The individual will provide comprehensive care for the 7 bed Inpatient Unit and the Well Baby Nursery with over 4000 deliveries/year. Other responsibilities include teaching of medical students and residents and participation in hospital-related administrative and/or quality improvement initiatives. The individual will join our expanding Pediatric Hospital Medicine group which actively engages in medical education and quality improvement.

The fulltime position offers competitive salary, benefits, and a faculty appointment at NYU School of Medicine. NYU Langone Health is an equal opportunity employer.

The ideal candidate will be BC/BE in Pediatrics, possess outstanding clinical skills, hold current NY licensure, PALS and NRP certification. Applicants are eligible for a faculty appointment at NYU School of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics.

Interested individuals should submit a letter of interest and curriculum vitae electronically to Dr. Mona Rigaud (mona.rigaud@nyulangone.org) and Dr. David Rhee (david.rhee4@nyulangone.org).

Cover letters should be addressed to Dr. Mona Rigaud, Director of Pediatrics.

 

(1/23/2019)
PGY 4 Chief Resident/Clinical Instructor
University of Missouri, Columbia, MO

The Pediatric Residency Program at the University of Missouri (Columbia) is recruiting a PGY 4 Chief Resident/Clinical Instructor to join our department on July 1, 2019.

Our residency program currently has recently been approved for a complement increase.  We are looking for an excellent communicator, educator, and leader to help guide our growing program.  Opportunities are available for resident and medical student education as well as clinical supervision of residents in both the inpatient and outpatient settings.

Applicants should be completing an ACGME-accredited pediatric residency program by June 30, 2019.  

Please send a CV, a letter of interest and 2 letters of recommendation to the Program Coordinator, Penny Adams at adamspe@health.missouri.edu (573-882-4438)

(1/22/2019)
PGY-2 Position - July 2019
New York University School of Medicine, New York, NY

The Pediatric Residency Training Program at New York University School of Medicine is accepting applications for a categorical PGY-2 position to begin July 2019.  Please visit our website for further information about our program: https://med.nyu.edu/pediatrics/residency/pediatric-residency-program

Applicants should be in good standing in an ACGME-accredited program and have permission from their current program director to apply. To apply, please e-mail the following to Rasheed Siddiq, Program Coordinator, at Rasheed.Siddiq@nyulangone.org:

  1. A letter of interest, including reasons for requesting transfer
  2. Curriculum Vitae
  3. Letters of recommendation, one of which must be from your current program director
  4. USMLE/COMLEX Score Report
  5. Valid ECFMG Certificate and Visa type, if applicable
  6. Medical School Performance Evaluation (Dean's Letter) 

NYUSOM will sponsor J-1 Visa holders only.  

(1/16/2019)
Academic General Pediatrics Fellowship Position
Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children, Wilmington, DE

PROGRAM

Academic General Pediatrics Fellowship sponsored by the Division of General Pediatrics, Department of Pediatrics, Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children, Wilmington, Delaware, and Sidney Kimmel Medical College, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

 

ACCREDITATION

The Nemours AGP Fellowship is accredited by the Academic Pediatrics Association.

 

DESCRIPTION

Mission:  The Nemours Academic General Pediatrics Fellowship provides training in academic general pediatrics and pediatric research. Upon completion of the fellowship, our fellows are expected to be competitive for general academic faculty positions at major institutions. Most important, they should be confident in their skills to function as an academic clinician focusing on education, research, advocacy, and/or population health.

Tracks:  The two year program (60% research, 40% clinical) provides comprehensive exposure to academic general pediatrics with focus in the following tracks as per the fellow’s clinical interests:  complex care (inpatient and/or outpatient), pediatric “Access” clinics (developmental-behavioral pediatrics, gastroenterology, dermatology, headache/concussion, enuresis, obesity), continuity (teaching) clinics, and provides training in clinical and translational pediatric research. Fellows in the program will have a diverse clinical training as well as research experience in order to expand their skill set and knowledge base. Fellows work closely with attending physicians and residents, including program faculty and academic faculty alike.

Resources:  The fellow will have interaction with other subspecialty fellows through professional development conferences, wellness retreats, and statistics training courses.  Fellows will have access to the Delaware Center for Translational Research/ACCEL program at Nemours, with mentoring and research resources.  Fellows will also have the opportunity to collaborate with members of our multidisciplinary clinical teams. Fellows are supported in their applications for research funding (internal or external) as appropriate for their project (supplies, etc.) and will be guided by their mentors. Fellow attendance and presentation of research at national and regional meetings is supported by the program and Nemours. Current research areas of interest are listed on our faculty page on the program website.

Additional Degree:  Optional but encouraged Masters of Science in Public Health at Thomas Jefferson University; or, alternately, a Masters of Science in Clinical Research at the Medical University of South Carolina, are available.

FACULTY

Program Director                                           Matthew Di Guglielmo MD PhD

Associate Program Director                             Sara Slovin MD MPH         

Interim Chief, General Pediatrics                      Jonathan Miller MD

Current Fellow                                                Jessica Rohde MD

Additional Faculty from: General Pediatrics, Transition of Care, Center for Health Care Delivery Science, Hospitalist Medicine, Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, Weight Management, Psychology, Lactation, & Epi-Biostatistics

Visit https://www.nemours.org/education/gme/fellowships/academic-general-pediatrics.html for complete faculty listing.

ELIGIBILITY OF CANDIDATES SOUGHT

  • Completed a 3 year accredited pediatric residency program AND board eligible/board certified in pediatrics
  • If a graduate of a medical school outside the United States, Canada or Puerto Rico, a valid ECFMG certificate or one that does not expire prior to the start of the fellowship
  • If not a citizen of the United States or permanent resident, copy of current and appropriate visa
  • The fellowship program welcomes applications from individuals from underrepresented, minority, and/or disadvantaged backgrounds.

APPLICATION

SALARY / BENEFITS

  • Fellow will receive salary stipend consistent with PGY4 or PGY5 as appropriate, benefits, and tuition coverage (for masters degree) along with CME monies, travel expenses for conferences, cell phone, and professional fees

TIMELINE

  • Applications should be received before February 28, 2019
  • Interview Opportunities March 2019
  • Fellowship begins July 1, 2019

CONTACT DETAILS

Matthew D. Di Guglielmo MD PhD FAAP                                       

Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics                                       Department of Pediatrics

Sidney Kimmel Medical College                                                       Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children

Matthew.DiGuglielmo@nemours.org                                           

302-651-5928    FAX 302-651-5838

Julia Roland MBA

Department of Pediatrics

Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children                             Julia.Roland@nemours.org

302-651-4555  FAX 302-298-8966

Nemours Delaware Valley Overview

Nemours Overview

 

(1/16/2019)
Complex Care Primary Care Pediatrician
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH

Complex Care Primary Care Pediatrician

(1/15/2019)
Pediatric Critical Care Medicine Fellowship
UCLA Mattel Children's Hospital, Los Angeles, CA

The Pediatric Critical Care Medicine Fellowship Program at Mattel Children’s Hospital UCLA is accepting applications for a fellows to begin training in July 2019.  This position is available due to a recently approved additional fellowship position because of increased clinical and research training opportunities in the division. 

Clinical training is provided at Ronald Reagan Medical Center/Mattel Children’s Hospital, a state of the art facility located in the heart of Westwood and the UCLA campus.  Research opportunities abound within the division, department and the greater UCLA campus.  Strong research mentorship is provided and collaboration across disciplines is encouraged.

Additional information is available here: https://www.uclahealth.org/Mattel/Pediatric-Critical-Care/fellowship-program

Interested applicants should send their CV, 3 letters of recommendation plus USMLE scores to Dr. Myke Federman, Program Director (mfederman@mednet.ucla.edu) and Blanche Berzamin, Program Coordinator (bberzamin@mednet.ucla.edu).  Traditional 3 year fellows are preferred, but highly qualified trainees who are completing or have completed a fellowship in Pediatric Cardiology and are interested in a 2 year critical care training program will also be considered. 

 

(1/9/2019)
First Year Pediatric Endocrine Fellow
Baystate Health, Springfield, MA

Our ACGME-accredited Baystate-UMMS Pediatric Endocrinology Fellowship is a collaborative and clinically focused 3 year experience in which we welcome first year fellows to our multidisciplinary family.  While extensive and diverse clinical exposure in both the inpatient and outpatient settings, and intensive education in the form of core curriculum lectures, case based reviews, literature analyses and research presentations are core to any fellowship, the particular strengths of the Baystate fellowship is the collegiality, the team approach, and the focus on continuity of care.  We have current ongoing projects and special expertise in Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes, pediatric obesity, technology and outreach, international diabetes care, transgender care, and transition of care.  We have Med-Peds Endocrine faculty and happily offer med/peds endocrinology fellowship training to qualified candidates. 

To learn more about the program and to get more information about applying, please contact Holley Allen, MD, Pediatric Endocrinology Program Director  at holley.allen@baystatehealth.org, 413-794-4781 or Bethanie Calvanese, Program Coordinator, at Bethanie.calvanese@baystatehealth.org, 413-794-5448.

(1/9/2019)
PGY-2 or PGY-3 - July 2019
Georgetown University Hospital, Washington, DC

The Pediatric Residency Training Program at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital has an unexpected opening for a PGY-2 resident to start this academic year or for a PGY-3 to start July 2019 as one of our PL-2s has left midyear to join a Medicine–Pediatrics program. We are a university-affiliated, medium-sized, diverse training program centered around five training sites in the Washington metropolitan area covering the complete spectrum of pediatric primary, secondary and tertiary care. We are fortunate to be based in the nation’s capital, which provides a fascinating multi-ethnic and multi-national patient population as well as a stimulating learning environment. There are 11 categorical pediatric residents per year in our program, in addition to 4 Med-Peds residents per class. Please feel free to visit our website for further information about our program: https://pediatrics.georgetown.edu/

Applicants should be in good standing in an ACGME-accredited program and have permission from their current program director to apply/interview. To apply, please e-mail the following to Robert Knouse, Program Coordinator at MGUHPedsCoordinator@gmail.com

Interested applicants should submit:

  1.    A letter of interest, including reasons for requesting transfer
  2.    Curriculum Vitae
  3.    Letters of recommendation, one of which must be from your current program director
  4.   USMLE/COMLEX Score Report
  5.   Valid ECFMG Certificate and Visa type, if applicable
  6.    Medical School Performance Evaluation (Dean's Letter) 

MedStar Georgetown will sponsor J-1 Visa holders only.  

(1/9/2019)
PGY-3 Position - July 1, 2019
University of Iowa/Stead Family Children's Hospital, Iowa City, IA

The Pediatric Residency Program at the University of Iowa Stead Family Children’s Hospital is currently accepting applications for a PGY-3 categorical resident position beginning July 1, 2019. For more information about our program and curriculum, please visit our website: https://gme.medicine.uiowa.edu/pediatrics-residency.

The University of Iowa Stead Family Children’s Hospital is a state-of- the-art facility which recently opened in 2017 and is located in Iowa City, Iowa.

Our residency program provides a flexible environment that encourages trainees to gain knowledge and skills on their path to becoming excellent general pediatricians or fellows in any pediatric subspecialty. Our academic, University-based training site is located in a highly livable community, giving residents the clinical and research resources they need, in a safe, vibrant city where they can thrive personally. Graduates are prepared for the next step in their careers, whether they are entering private practice, academic practice, or fellowship.

Applicants must have successfully completed years one and two in Pediatrics, be in good standing in an ACGME accredited program, and have been authorized by their current Program Director to apply for interview. To apply, please e-mail the following to Jolynn Hora, Pediatric Residency Coordinator, at peds-res@uiowa.edu

  • ERAS application (if available)
  • Statement of interest in transfer
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Three letter(s) of recommendation (one must be from your current Program Director)
  • USMLE/COMLEX transcript
  • Medical school transcript and diploma
  • Medical Student Performance Evaluation (Dean's letter)
  • PGY-1 Schedule of rotations completed
  • PGY-2 Schedule of rotations completed
  • Foreign Medical Graduates: ECFMG Certification (if applicable)

 

 

(1/8/2019)
Pediatric Residency PGY2-July 2019
Loyola University Medical Center, Maywood, IL

Loyola University Medical Center and the Ronald McDonald Children's Hospital is seeking to fill a PGY-2 position for July 2019. We had an intern decide to pursue a medicine/pediatric residency program elsewhere. Loyola's pediatric residency program is a supportive medium sized program that takes 10 categorical residents each year. Loyola is situated in Maywood, Illinois which is just outside of Chicago, IL. Maywood has an underserved patient population. Our residents see a large variety of disease pathology. Please contact Natanya Diaz, our pediatric residency coordinator, via email: natanya.diaz@luhs.org.

Loyola sponsors J1 visas only. We require no more than 2 years between medical school graduation and residency. US clinical training is a plus, but is not required.

Please include your CV and cover letter. 

Website https://www.loyolamedicine.org/gme/pediatric-residency

(1/3/2019)
Pediatric Rheumatology Fellowship – July 1, 2019
UCLA Mattel Children's Hospital, Los Angeles, CA

UCLA Mattel’s Children's Hospital Pediatric Rheumatology Program is looking for qualified physicians who have completed their pediatric training for a Pediatric Rheumatology Fellowship beginning in July 1, 2019. Our program focuses on providing training and research mentorship to physicians interested in autoimmune diseases and caring for children with these conditions.  Our program offers training in immunology as it relates to autoimmunity and has opportunities to care for children at the main campus of UCLA and those who are under-served at two county hospitals.  UCLA offers many and diverse research opportunities to complete the 2nd and 3rd year research projects.  Our fellows are leaders in the field of Rheumatology in the community and at academic institutions in the US and internationally.  

For any additional questions or details or please contact fellowship coordinator, Giovanna Alvarado at goalvarado@mednet.ucla.edu

Website: https://www.uclahealth.org/mattel/Pediatric-Rheumatology/fellowship-program

(1/3/2019)
Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Hospitalist Physician
Vanderbilt University Medical Center , Nashville, TN

We are actively recruiting a pediatric hospitalist for our inpatient hematology/oncology service at Monroe Carrell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt. This is an opportunity to join a leading pediatric hematology-oncology program, working in close collaboration with faculty, subspecialty fellows, nurse practitioners and top-notch residents. Potential candidates are expected to have excellent clinical, communication and time management skills.  This faculty position will provide patient care on our inpatient pediatric oncology, hematology, stem cell transplant and cellular therapy unit.  In this role, you will be caring for a diverse group of pediatric hematology/oncology patients in a state of the art teaching hospital.

As a member of the division of pediatric hematology/oncology, your role will include:

  • Overnight management of the inpatient pediatric heme/onc service with attending oversight and backup along with phone triage from patients, parents, and outside providers
  • No in-house call responsibility
  • Direct patient care on our inpatient oncology service
  • Supervision and education of pediatric residents

Hospitalists are encouraged to contribute to the academic mission of the division including clinical research, administration, education and quality improvement. Outstanding mentorship opportunities are available. Potential candidates must be board eligible or certified in general pediatrics and have completed an accredited pediatric residency program.  Applicants with an enthusiasm and passion for pediatric hematology/oncology are strongly encouraged to apply.

Vanderbilt University Medical Center is an equal opportunity employer with a strong commitment to enhancing the diversity of its faculty and staff.

For additional information or to apply, please contact:

Debra Friedman

Chief, Pediatric Hematology/Oncology

Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Debra.l.friedman@vumc.org

(615) 936-1762

(1/3/2019)
Senior Fellowship Program Coordinator
Connecticut Children’s Medical Center, Hartford, CT

Fellowship Program Coordinator

Connecticut Children’s Medical Center is currently seeking a Fellowship Program Coordinator to join our centralized fellowship team and provide support to four University of Connecticut Pediatric Subspecialty and Pediatric Surgical fellowship programs.

Job Summary:

The Fellowship Program Coordinator has the overall responsibility to provide administrative and day to day operational support for the University Of Connecticut School of Medicine Fellowship Programs at Connecticut Children's. This role supports an assigned number of fellowship programs and their respective fellows and program directors. This role is responsible for effectively organizing and independently prioritizing work, maintaining program procedures and systems, populating required databases, and ensuring orderly and timely workflow for assigned fellowship activities throughout the academic year. The Coordinator will act for and makes decisions on behalf of the Program Director as such authority is delegated and as is consistent with consistent with Connecticut Children's standards.

This is a full-time weekday position.

Qualifications:

- Bachelor's degree required; concentration in Business Administration preferred OR four or more years' experience in academic setting may be accepted in lieu of degree. 

- Prior coordination experience with a medical education or training program preferred.

- Certification in Training Administrators of Graduate Medical Education (C-TAGME) preferred 

- Excellent interpersonal skills to communicate effectively orally and in writing with all parties associated with the residency/fellowship program, including with the program director, faculty, residents/fellows, and academic, fiscal, administrative and management personnel.

- Attention to detail and the ability to ensure all goals and objectives are met per project deadlines.

Interested candidates should send their resume to: Marianne Custer, BS, C-TAGME, Manager, Fellowship Programs: mcuster@connecticutchildrens.org or apply directly at: https://www.connecticutchildrens.org/careers/

(1/2/2019)
Medical Education Coordinator
Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, St. Petersburg, FL

Join our growing graduate medical education efforts in our thriving academic center! Our pediatric residency program is a new, educationally driven program. As part of the JHACH educational mission, we will continue adding new fellowship programs across the spectrum. Visit our website to learn about our unique and innovative programs. hopkinsallchildrens.org/Academics/Education/Office-of-Medical-Educadtion. 

In 2011, Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital became the first fully-integrated member of the Johns Hopkins Medicine Enterprise outside of Baltimore. For more information on our hospital, visit: www.hopkinsallchildrens.org.

We are a free standing children’s hospital in beautiful, sunny St Petersburg, Florida- a short drive from Tampa and the Gulf of Mexico beaches.

Job Summary:

The Medical Education Coordinator will provide administrative support for the house-wide graduate medical education programs through start up preparation of new fellowships and individualized assistance as requested per established fellowship programs.

This is a full-time weekday position.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Education, Communication or related field.
  • Minimum of one year in administrative capacity in graduate medical education.
  • Excellent communication, interpersonal, problem-solving and organizational skills.
  • Experience with data management systems/software
  • Experience with New Innovations Residency Management and Microsoft Excel highly desired.
  • Willing to obtain C-TAGME certification

Please send resume to Anne Broadbent, anne.broadbent@jhmi.edu or fax: 727-767-8804

(1/2/2019)
Pediatric Pulmonology Fellowship - July 1, 2019
Montefiore Medical Center / Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, NY

The Pediatric Pulmonology Fellowship Program at Children’s Hospital of Montefiore, Albert Einstein College of Medicine ,NY has an available first year fellow position starting from July 1, 2019.

This Pediatric Pulmonary fellowship program is a 3-year, ACGME-accredited program. Our fellowship program provides comprehensive training with a balance of clinical, research and educational experiences.  The Pulmonary division at Children’s  Hospital at Montefiore provides multidisciplinary services including Asthma center, Technology Dependent Center, Sleep Disorder Center, Neuromuscular clinic, ADAM (Aero digestive) clinic , BPD clinic and Interstitial disease program as a part of childhood interstitial disease program network. We are also in the planning process of developing new lung transplant center and expansion of sleep center. We offer well-equipped bronchoscopy facility and PFT laboratory including exercised testing. Our fellows participate in variety of educational conferences and are involved in both clinical and bench research and Quality improvement projects.

Interested applicants are encouraged to contact Gladys Padilla, Fellowship Coordinator, email- gpadilla @montefiore.org  Tel- 718-516-2330

(12/21/2018)
Pediatric Infectious Diseases Fellowship Position - July, 2019
Seattle Children’s Hospital / University of Washington , Seattle, WA

The Pediatric Infectious Diseases Fellowship training program at Seattle Children’s Hospital / University of Washington is actively seeking a fellow to begin a three-year fellowship in July, 2019.

Our Vision: To develop the future leaders in pediatric infectious diseases research, clinical care, and teaching. Our Mission: Our fellowship training program prepares individuals to excel as academic researchers and leaders in the field of Pediatric Infectious Diseases by providing exceptional research opportunities, diverse clinical and educational experiences, and individualized mentorship. Our Values: We believe that the diversity of our fellows, residents, medical students, staff and faculty is a fundamental element of our ability to ensure that all our patients and families receive the highest-quality care – no matter their race, ethnicity, language, literacy, age, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, disability or finances. Our objective is to create a community that encourages participation and connection, and that values and includes each individual's unique contribution, in every aspect of our mission and practice.

Fellows gain outstanding clinical training through inpatient and outpatient service at our 400+ bed hospital that serves a large region of the Pacific North West, including Washington, Alaska, Montana, and Idaho. Fellows emerge with extensive experience in management of a wide variety of infections, including bacterial, viral, fungal, and parasitic infections in a wide variety of clinical settings ranging from previously healthy children to surgical and immunocompromised patients including those with solid organ and bone marrow transplantation.

We provide a strong research training environment – ranking 5th in NIH research funding among Pediatric Institutions – and provide a minimum of two years of dedicated time related to an ongoing research project, supported by our NIH institutional training grant. Research training opportunities cross the continuum of basic, translational, and clinical research, and include (among others): Respiratory viral vaccines and respiratory viruses in immunocompromised patients; Viral evolution of HIV during infection and treatment; Clinical studies of HIV infection; Molecular biology of tumor viruses, cytokines, cell growth, differentiation & transformation; Lung infections in Cystic Fibrosis; Immune response to Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection; Evolution and epidemiology of virulence and antimicrobial resistance in extraintestinal pathogens such as Escherichia coli and Klebsiella pneumoniae.

Applicants must have completed three years of training in an ACGME-accredited program by the start date. Learn more about our hospital and our fellowship at: https://www.seattlechildrens.org/about/facts-and-stats/ and http://www.washington.edu/medicine/pediatrics/fellowships/overview/infectious-disease.

 

Interested candidates should contact Dr. Matt Kronman with any questions:

Matthew P. Kronman, MD MSCE

Associate Professor, Division of Infectious Diseases

Fellowship Program Director, Pediatric Infectious Diseases

206-987-4096 (desk) | 206-930-1334 (cell) | matthew.kronman@seattlechildrens.org

(12/20/2018)
Neonatology Fellowship-July 2019
Loyola University Medical Center, Maywood, IL

The Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine Fellowship Program at Loyola University Medical Center, Maywood IL  is seeking candidates for open first year fellowship position beginning July 2019. This is a 3 year ACGME accredited fellowship program, training NICU fellows in Greater Chicago area since 1984. Our program offers excellent training to Neonatology fellows in variety of medical and surgical neonatal conditions. Loyola University Medical Center has a level 3 NICU and is an administrative perinatal center.

Interested candidates should submit their CV and USMLE transcript (or ERAS application) to the program director, Dr. Lawrence Bennett, MD at LBENNE1@lumc.edu or phone no 708-216 1067

Fellowship Coordinator: Natanya Diaz, email NATANYA.Diaz@luhs.org, phone; 708-327-9124

Website: https://www.loyolamedicine.org/gme/neonatology-fellowship

 

(12/20/2018)
Neonatalogy Fellowship - July 2019
Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, University of Buffalo & John R. Oishei Children’s Hospital, Buffalo, NY

The Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine Fellowship Program at University at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY is seeking candidates for an open first year fellowship position beginning July 2019. This 3-year ACGME-accredited fellowship program offers excellent clinical exposure to variety of newborns in a state-of-the-art single room 64-bed level IV NICU. We are a Regional Perinatal Center for the Western New York Region offering high frequency ventilation, inhaled nitric oxide, ECMO and pediatric surgical services. Our faculty are leaders in basic, translational and clinical research involving resuscitation, pulmonary hypertension and BPD.

Our program boasts a strong academic foundation, dedicated faculty, and enthusiastic fellows.  We offer exciting research opportunities, diverse patient population, and we are one of the neonatal research network sites across the nation for clinical research.

Interested candidates should submit their CV and USMLE transcript (or ERAS application) to the program director, Dr. Vasanth HS Kumar, MD at vkumar3@buffalo.edu or (716) 323-0256. 

For more information, please visit: http://medicine.buffalo.edu/pediatrics/education/fellowships/neonatal-perinatal.html

(12/19/2018)
First Year Pediatric Endocrinology Fellow - July 1, 2019
Stanford School of Medicine/Lucile Packard Children's Hospital, Palo Alto, CA

Stanford School of Medicine/Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford (LPCH) is seeking candidates for a first year fellowship position beginning July 1, 2019. Our program consists of 2 fellows per year and 17 faculty who provide excellent clinical and research education in variety of areas of endocrinology and diabetes. Spread over the three-year program, the fellow completes one year of clinical training and two years of either basic science, clinical or translational research and participates in grant writing and a quality improvement project. Clinical training is performed both on Stanford campus at the Mary L. Johnson Pediatric Ambulatory Care clinic and at Stanford Children’s Health endocrinology clinics located in neighboring communities, Los Gatos and Sunnyvale.

For more information about our program, please see our website http://med.stanford.edu/pedsendo/education.html Please contact Tandy Aye, MD (taye@stanford.edu) or Diane Stafford, MD (dejs@stanford.edu) (phone 650-498-7351) if interested or for questions.

(12/17/2018)
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 to pursue clinical, basic or translational research. The Division has existing research collaborations with researchers in  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.

Please note that Columbia University and the New York-Presbyterian Hospital do not sponsor H1B visa trainees.

 

(12/17/2018)
PGY-2 or PGY-3 Transfer - July, 2019
Westchester Medical Center/Maria Fareri Children's Hospital, Valhalla, NY

A PGY-2 / PGY-3 position in the Pediatric Residency Training Program at Westchester Medical Center/Maria Fareri Children's Hospital is available for July 2019. Applicants must either be in good standing in an ACGME-accredited pediatric residency program or have a waiver of training from the American Board of Pediatrics. For more information about our program, please see our website at: https://www.westchestermedicalcenter.com/pediatrics1

Interested applicants should submit:

  *   A letter of interest, including reasons for requesting transfer, if applicable

  *   Curriculum Vitae

  *   Letters of recommendation

  *   USMLE/COMLEX Score Report

  *   Valid ECFMG Certificate and Visa type, if applicable

  *   Medical School Performance Evaluation (Dean's Letter) 

Please email the information to: Matthew J. Kapklein, MD, Residency Director, matthew_kapklein@nymc.edu

(12/17/2018)
Pediatric Endocrinology Fellowship - July 2019
NIH-Children’s National Health System, Washington, DC

Our fellowship is a three-year ACGME-accredited program providing comprehensive training in clinical patient management and guidance in the development of research skills. The fellowship is supported by the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) and is based at both the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Clinical Center, in Bethesda, Maryland (NIH-CC) and the Children's National Health System (CNHS) in Washington, D.C.  The fellowship is designed to provide clinical and research exposure that allows for the development of academic Pediatric Endocrinologists with experience in research.  Qualified candidates must have completed PGY-3 level training prior to initiation of the fellowship, and should be eligible for board certification by the American Board of Pediatrics. For more information, please contact:  Fetima (Worthington) Benjamin, Ph.# (301) 451-1466; E-mail: Fetima.Benjamin@nih.gov

(12/17/2018)
Neuro-Oncology Fellowship - July 2019
Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, St. Petersburg, FL

The Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital Pediatric Neuro-Oncology Fellowship training program in St. Petersburg, FL is accepting applications for a first year fellow to begin in July of 2019.

Program Information

Neuro-Oncology is a developing pediatric subspecialty that is in constant evolution as innovative diagnostic strategies, therapeutic, and prognostic factors are being identified. There continues to be a considerable need for physicians who have an interest in this scope of clinical practice as the field continues to evolve.

The current landscape of the neuro-oncology program at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital has placed it in a strong position to provide a unique and innovative training experience to develop the next generation of leaders in pediatric neuro-oncology, which is directly aligned with the tripartite mission of our organization. 

This fellowship program overlaps two of the four institutes at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital – the Cancer and Blood Disorders Institute and the Institute for Brain Protection Sciences.  These two institutes work closely together sharing physical space for the physician leaders, which promotes collaboration of patient care, research, and program development.  The Program Director is a double board certified pediatrician and pediatric hematologist/oncologist and completed a pediatric neuro-oncology fellowship.  The Associate Program Director is board certified in child neurology and specializes in neuro-oncology. 


The neuro-oncology care team also includes physician leaders from Neuropathology, Neurosurgery, and the Division of Neuroradiology.  Additionally, the high volume of new neuro-oncology patients provides excellent opportunity for teaching and research.

Requirements

Neuro-oncology fellowship applicants must have completed an ACGME accredited pediatric hematology/oncology fellowship or a child neurology residency.

The 1-year neuro-oncology fellowship is primarily a clinical fellowship whereas the fellow is required to participate in daily direct patient care.  Additional expectations include participation with teaching, lectures, didactics, and the completion of one research or quality improvement project.

In order to be considered for an interview, please submit the following:

  • 3 letters of recommendation, one of which must be from the applicant’s most current program director*
  • Current and updated CV
  • Personal Statement, limited to one (1) page

*letters of recommendation should be submitted directly to the program from the referee via mail or e-mail.

Program Contact:

Ashley Taylor
Fellowship Coordinator
ashley.taylor@jhmi.edu
p: (727)767-3598
f: (727)767-8804

Mailing address:

Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital
Office of Medical Education
Research & Education Building
500 6th Street South, Suite 3100
ATTN: Ashley Taylor
Saint Petersburg, FL 33701

www.HopkinsAllChildrens.org

Click here for the Pediatric Neuro-Oncology Program

 

 

(12/17/2018)
Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Fellowship - July 2019
Vanderbilt University Medical Center , Nashville, TN

The Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Fellowship training program at Vanderbilt University Medical Center is actively seeking a fellow to begin a three-year fellowship in July 2019.

The mission of our program is to prepare every fellow for a successful career as an academic pediatric hematologist/oncologist.  Our medical center provides an extremely rich clinical environment along with world-class research facilities that provide comprehensive clinical and scholarly training.  Please review our website for additional information: https://pediatrics.mc.vanderbilt.edu/interior.php?mid=4867

Our Division of Hematology/Oncology includes a multidisciplinary team of board-certified hematology/oncology attending physicians, inpatient and outpatient nurse practitioners, inpatient and outpatient nurses and case managers, dedicated pharmacists, social workers, nutritionists, child life therapists, music therapists, art therapists and teachers. We see more than 250 new oncology patients each year, have a population of more than 250 families with sickle cell disease and more than 200 patients with bleeding disorders. We have a thriving stem cell transplant and cellular therapy program with expertise in malignant and non-malignant pathology, as well as cutting edge immunotherapy treatments such as CART therapy. We care for patients with all oncologic and hematologic disorders. We have specialized multi-specialty programs in Adolescent and Young Adult Oncology (AYAO), Cancer Survivorship, Hemophilia and Thrombophilia, Immunohematology, Neuro-Oncology, Stem Cell Transplant, Retinoblastoma, Sarcoma, and Sickle Cell Disease. All of our faculty participate in training our fellows.

We encourage every fellow to explore their future goals and interests as part of their development as an academic scholar. Individualized mentoring is provided to all fellows starting in July of their first year to assist them in identifying a scholarly niche, research mentor and project for their second and third year of fellowship. Monthly meetings are held with the fellowship program director to assist fellows as they identify their scholarly interests and identify a research mentor. Fellows may elect to pursue their research experience with any member of the Vanderbilt faculty, with approval from their fellowship program director and division chief. Departmental training grants exist within the School of Medicine that also facilitate support of research efforts. Many of our fellows apply and are awarded inter- and intradepartmental training grants (such as T32 and K12 training grants and career development awards).

Applicants must have completed three years of training in an ACGME-accredited program by the start date.

Interested applicants should contact Dr. Scott Borinstein:

Scott C. Borinstein M.D., Ph.D.

Program Director, Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Fellowship Program

Associate Professor, Pediatric Hematology/Oncology

2220 Pierce Ave, 390 PRB

Nashville, TN 37232-6310

Scott.c.borinstein@vanderbilt.edu

(615) 936-1762

 

(12/17/2018)
Neonatal-Perinatal Fellowship - July 2019
New York Presbyterian-Weill Cornell Medical Center, New York, NY

The Neonatal-Perinatal Fellowship Program at New York Presbyterian - Weill Cornell position is seeking a candidate for a first year fellowship position to start July 2019. Our 3-year ACGME-accredited program offers outstanding clinical and research training, with clinical experience at our 50-bed level IV NICU in New York City. The Division of Newborn Medicine is expanding and preparing to move to a brand new state-of-the-art 60 bed NICU in 2020. Interested candidates should submit their CV and USMLE transcript (or ERAS application) to the program director, Dr. Vivien Yap, at vly9001@med.cornell.edu or (212) 746-3530. 

(12/17/2018)
First Year Pediatric Endocrine Fellow
University of Florida College of Medicine-Jacksonville , Jacksonville, FL

The University of Florida College of Medicine-Jacksonville in combination with Nemours Children’s Specialty Care- Jacksonville is seeking for a first year pediatric endocrine fellow for the academic year 2019-2020 (starting date is negotiable). Our program is an exciting opportunity for pediatricians interested in training in endocrinology. We have a state-of-the-art clinic with seven pediatric endocrine faculty members, ample access to a breadth of pathology in endocrinology and a robust pediatric diabetes program. We also have a highly successful program in clinical research involving growth, puberty and diabetes, to name a few.

As a former graduate I can attest to the excellent level of training our program provides.

For more information please visit our website https://hscj.ufl.edu/pediatrics/fellowship-endocrinology/ .

Interested candidates should reach out to the program director, Dr. Lournaris Torres-Santiago at lotorres@nemours.org or program coordinator Laura Lowry at laura.lowry@jax.ufl.edu.

 

(12/14/2018)
Pediatric Chief Resident (PGY4)
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai/ NYCH+H - Elmhurst, Queens, NY

The Pediatric Residency Program at NYCH+H- Elmhurst is recruiting a PGY 4 Chief Resident to join our department on July 1, 2019.

Our 39 residents are part of the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai GME Consortium. We are located in Jackson Heights (Queens) which is the most diverse zip code in the country and has the most delicious food in the world!  

Applicants should be completing an ACGME-accredited pediatric residency program and be in good standing.  They should have excellent communication and leadership skills as well as an interest in teaching residents and medical students.  Opportunities are available for curriculum development, research and simulation supervision.  We sponsor J1 and H1 visas.  

Please send a CV, a letter of interest and 2 letters of recommendation to the Program Coordinator, Ligia Ruiz, Ligia.Ruiz@nychhc.org

(12/14/2018)
Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Fellowship - July 2019
University of California, Irvine / CHOC, Orange, CA

The University of California-Irvine/ CHOC Children's Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Fellowship Program is seeking qualified candidates to fill an open position as a first-year Peds Hem/Onc fellow starting July 2019. Our 3 year ACGME-accredited program consists of 2 fellows per year and is under the supervision of 18 faculty members. Our fellows train at CHOC Children's Hospital of Orange County servicing the 5th most populous county in the nation through a broad-based educational experience in clinical and research training in a collegial environment. Our diverse patient population provides the fellow with a unique opportunity to evaluate a wide spectrum of hematologic and oncologic disorders in a broad socio-economic and ethnic population. Providing the latest treatment options to our patients, the CHOC Children's Hyundai Cancer Institute participates as a Phase 1 site for the Children's Oncology Group (COG) studies as well as offering CAR-T therapy, while the Hematology Division participates in basic, translational, and numerous clinical trials, including Phase 1 studies. Our fellows pursue successful careers in academic medicine and clinical practice throughout the Peds Hem/Onc spectrum as well as successfully entering into competitive subspecialty fellowships, including BMT, Palliative Care, and Hemostasis/Thrombosis.

Website: https://www.choc.org/careers/residency-training-programs/hematology-oncology-fellowship/

Interested candidates may contact Debbie Liebold (Program Coordinator) at dliebold@choc.org and (714) 509-8430 or Dr. Amit Soni (Program Director) at asoni@choc.org for more information.

 

 

 

(12/14/2018)
Pediatric Infectious Disease Fellowship
Brown University/Hasbro Children's Hospital, Providence, RI

The Pediatric Infectious Disease Fellowship Program at Brown University has an opening for a fellowship position beginning July, 2019.  Our training program provides fellows with a wide variety of clinical experience in the inpatient and outpatient management of pediatric infectious diseases at the only tertiary care center for children in the State of Rhode Island.  Clinical training occurs at Hasbro Children’s Hospital and at Women & Infants Hospital, which have a level 1 trauma center and level 3 NICU, respectively. 

Our graduates are leaders in the field of pediatric infectious diseases with the majority of our graduates working in academic medicine and public health.  Opportunities for research with Brown University faculty are available both in the US and globally.  Our faculty have active research projects in fields such as HIV, malaria, and tuberculosis.  Funding is provided for fellows to obtain training in biostatistics at the Brown University School of Public Health and to seek additional experience in public health policy and epidemic response at the Rhode Island Department of Health.  Successful completion of a pediatric residency program is required.  Funding is guaranteed for all three years of training.  Please contact the Program Coordinator, Rebecca Matuszek at RMatuszek@Lifespan.org or Program Director Penelope Dennehy, MD, PDennehy@Lifespan.org  for more information.   

(12/14/2018)
Pediatric Pulmonology Fellowship - July 2019
Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital at Westchester Medical Center and New York Medical College, Valhalla, New York

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. 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.

(12/14/2018)
Pediatric Infectious Diseases Fellowship - July 2019
Seattle Children's Hospital/University of Washington, Seattle, WA

The Pediatric Infectious Diseases Fellowship training program at Seattle Children’s Hospital is actively seeking a fellow to begin a three-year fellowship in July 2019. The position is available outside of the National Residency Matching Program.

The overall goal of our program is to train individuals for careers in academic pediatric ID as skilled investigators and clinical subspecialists. Our program seeks to develop these skills through: training physicians in the scientific study of pediatric infectious disease; developing outstanding clinical skills through a wide variety of clinical experiences; and providing mentorship for both scientific and clinical training:  http://www.washington.edu/medicine/pediatrics/fellowships/overview/infectious-disease.

We provide a strong research training environment by providing a minimum of two years of dedicated time related to an ongoing research project. Research training opportunities cross the continuum of basic, translational, and clinical research, and include (among others): Respiratory viral vaccines and respiratory viruses in immunocompromised patients; Viral evolution of HIV during infection and treatment; Clinical studies of HIV infection; Molecular biology of tumor viruses, cytokines, cell growth, differentiation & transformation; Lung infections in Cystic Fibrosis; Immune response to Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection; Evolution and epidemiology of virulence and antimicrobial resistance in extraintestinal pathogens such as Escherichia coli and Klebsiella pneumoniae.

Fellows gain outstanding clinical training through inpatient and outpatient service, as well as core didactic and interactive teaching conferences. Fellows emerge with extensive experience in management of a wide variety of infections, including bacterial, viral, fungal, and parasitic infections in a wide variety of clinical settings ranging from previously healthy children to surgical and immunocompromised patients including those with solid organ and bone marrow transplantation. 

Applicants must have completed three years of training in an ACGME-accredited program by the start date. More information about our division can be found at: https://www.seattlechildrens.org/clinics/infectious-diseases-virology/.

 

Interested applicants should contact Dr. Matthew Kronman:

Matthew P. Kronman, MD MSCE

Associate Professor, Division of Infectious Diseases

Fellowship Program Director, Pediatric Infectious Diseases

Seattle Children's Hospital

4800 Sandpoint Way NE, M/S MA.7.226, Seattle WA 98105

Tel: 206-987-4096 Fax: 206-987-3890

matthew.kronman@seattlechildrens.org

(12/13/2018)
Pediatric Infectious Diseases Fellowship
The Ohio State University/Nationwide Children’s Hospital , Columbus, OH

The Division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases of The Ohio State University College of Medicine at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio has an opening for a first year fellowship position starting in July, 2019.

Nationwide Children’s Hospital is the second largest free standing pediatric hospital in the United States ranking in the top five nationally in terms of bed space and number of visits, and is consistently ranked as a Top Ten Best Children’s Hospital by U.S. News & World Report. In 2017 the hospital had more than 1.4 million patient visits and serviced patients from all 50 states and 48 foreign countries. The Research Institute at Nationwide Children’s Hospital supports research activities on the campus of Nationwide Children’s Hospital. The Research Institute is organized into 13 Centers of Emphasis, two of which specifically conduct ID research: the Center for Microbial Pathogenesis and the Center for Vaccines and Immunity. The Division of Infectious Diseases has 17 faculty members with two dual boarded (neonatology/infectious diseases and hematology/oncology and infectious diseases) and 7 fellows (one of whom is completing a specialized fourth year fellowship in our Host Defense Program).

Our three year program provides clinical experience through rotations on a unique 26-bed ID ward, a very busy inpatient consult service dealing with both immunocompetent and immunoincompetent hosts, and in the general infectious diseases, TB, HIV, immunodeficiency, and host defense outpatient clinics. In addition, fellows participate in the Antimicrobial Stewardship and Epidemiology/Infection Prevention Programs. Fully funded advanced degree programs and a Global Health Certificate Program are available.

Interested candidates may contact fellowship director, Bill Barson, MD, with any questions by email, at William.Barson@nationwidechildrens.org.

Learn more about our program at:

https://www.nationwidechildrens.org for Medical Professionals

(12/13/2018)
Pediatric Chief Resident, PL-4
K. Hovnanian Children’s Hospital/Jersey Shore University Medical Center, Neptune, New Jersey

The Department of Pediatrics at Jersey Shore University Medical Center/K. Hovnanian Children’s Hospital is seeking a qualified candidate for a PL-4 Chief Resident position for the academic year of July 2019 - June 2020. This is an exciting opportunity to be an integral part of our dynamic pediatric training program, now part of the new Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine at Seton Hall University.

Hovnanian Children’s Hospital serves a patient population of diverse ethnic, social, and economic backgrounds and includes a 45-bed inpatient unit, 10-bed PICU, 35-bed Level III NICU, 12-bed Pediatric ED and the region’s only trauma center. There are 9 residents per year in our program. For more details, please visit our website at

http://www.jerseyshoreuniversitymedicalcenter.com/JSUMC/academics/GraduateMedicalEducation/Concentrations/Pediatrics/index.cfm

Candidates should have a strong academic record, exceptional interpersonal skills and a sincere desire to work with children. The position offers opportunities to develop leadership, teaching, research, quality improvement and administrative skills with additional opportunities tailored to the candidate’s interests. All candidates must have completed a three year residency in Pediatrics and have a strong commitment to teaching, as well as excellent leadership qualities. Interested candidates should send a CV and cover letter by e-mail to the Program Director, Dr. Paul Schwartzberg at Paul.Schwartzberg@hackensackmeridian.org or call 732-776-4267 regarding this opportunity.

 

(12/13/2018)
Pediatric Infectious Disease Fellowship - July 1, 2019
Mount Sinai Hospital, New York, NY

We have a position available for a 1-3 year fellowship in pediatric infectious diseases, starting July 1, 2019. Our 3-year fellowship has been continuously accredited by ACGME since 1998. The Mount Sinai Hospital is tertiary center with all pediatric subspecialties represented and a strong general pediatrics program. Our service routinely follows patients with complicated infections as a result of immunocompromising conditions, such as transplant recipients, patients with cancer, and patients with HIV, as well as otherwise healthy children with serious infections. Fellows participate in antibiotic stewardship and infection prevention activities as well. Opportunities are available for clinical, translational or basic science research, and for participation in global health projects.

For further information please contact Dr. Roberto Posada, Program Director, at 212-241-1468 or by email at roberto.posada@mssm.edu

(12/13/2018)
Neonatology Fellowship - July 2019
Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, Hershey, PA

The Neonatal-Perinatal Fellowship Program at Penn State Hershey Medical Center in Hershey, Pennsylvania is seeking candidates for an open first year fellowship position beginning July 2019. This 3 year ACGME-accredited fellowship program offers excellent clinical exposure in our 42 bed level IV NICU offering high frequency and NAVA ventilation, inhaled nitric oxide and ECMO. The 10 faculty member division is expanding in preparation for the move to a brand new state-of-the art 56 bed NICU in 2020. Our faculty are leaders in basic science, translational and clinical research. Fellows are required to participate in scholarly activity.

Interested candidates should reach out to the program director, Kristen Glass, MD, at kglass1@pennstatehealth.psu.edu or 717-531-8413. Please be prepared to submit the following:

  • 3 letters of recommendation
  • Current CV
  • Personal Statement
  • Medical School Transcript
  • USMLE/COMLEX scores

(12/13/2018)
Pediatric Endocrinology Fellow – July 2019
St. Louis Children’s Hospital, Washington University , St. Louis, MO

The Washington University Pediatric Endocrinology Fellowship program is accepting applications for 1st year fellows to begin July 2019.                                       

The fellowship program offers excellent clinical and research training opportunities. To apply, please send the following:

  • 3 letters of recommendation
  • Current and updated CV
  • Personal Statement
  • Transcript
  • USMLE/COMLEX scores
  • ECFMG certification (if applicable)

Program Contact: Jennifer Boudreau, jboudreau@wustl.edu, 314-273-2450

Program Director: Jennifer Sprague, spraguej@wustl.edu, 314-362-2947

 

(12/13/2018)
Pediatric Infectious Diseases Fellowship - July 1, 2019
McGovern Medical School/University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston, TX

PEDIATRIC INFECTIOUS DISEASES FELLOWSHIP The Division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases at the McGovern Medical School - UT Health (The University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston), Texas has two openings for fellowship as a first year level (PGY-4) beginning July 1, 2019.

The fellowship position is under the supervision of the nine faculty members of the Division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases.  The subspecialty training is over a period of 3 years.  The educational program encompasses basic concepts in immunology, epidemiology, microbiology, clinical pharmacology, statistics, antibiotic stewardship and infection control as they relate to patient care and training in the prevention of infectious diseases.  Our fellows train at Children’s Hermann Memorial hospital, a large hospital that serves our diverse Houston population providing the fellow with the opportunity to evaluate a wide spectrum of infectious disease cases in a broad population. We also have a strong outpatient HIV pediatric/adolescent population that will enable the fellow to be competent in managing and caring for HIV infected children.  Fellows participate in a month long tropical medicine course, weekly combined infectious diseases conference held jointly with the Internal Medicine Infectious Diseases Division.  In addition, fellows participate in other conferences including infectious disease citywide, infectious diseases journal club, core curriculum, and our fellowship research conference. 

Interested candidates may contact Kim Maxcey at Kimberlie.I.Maxcey@uth.tmc.edu or Dr. Norma Pérez at Norma.Perez@uth.tmc.edu with any questions.

(12/13/2018)
Pediatric Endocrinology Fellowship - July 2019
NYU Langone Health, New York, NY

The Pediatric Endocrinology Fellowship Program at 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. 

For more information about the program please refer to our website:  

https://med.nyu.edu/pediatrics/endocrinology/medical-education/fellowship-goals

Interested candidates should reach out to the program director, Bina Shah, MD at Bina.Shah@nyulangone.org or senior program coordinator, Meena Casas, C-TAGME at 212-263-2693.

(12/13/2018)
PGY-4 Pediatric Infectious Diseases Fellowship - July 1, 2019
Stony Brook Children's Hospital, Stony Brook, NY

The Stony Brook Children’s Hospital’s Pediatric Infectious Diseases Fellowship Program on Long Island, New York is currently accepting applications for a PGY-4 position starting July 1, 2019.  Our program boasts a strong academic foundation, dedicated faculty, and enthusiastic fellows.  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: https://renaissance.stonybrookmedicine.edu/pediatrics/fellowship/infectious-diseases

Applicants must successfully complete a US Pediatric Residency and have taken and passed Step III of the USMLE or COMLEX exams. Interested candidates are encouraged to apply immediately by fax or email to:

Corinne O’Day Pediatric Fellowship Coordinator
fax (631) 444-2894
phone (631) 444-6706
corinne.o’day@stonybrookmedicine.edu

The following items must be included with your initial submission:


  • Curriculum vitae
    ?Three letters of recommendation
    ?USMLE transcript including Steps I and II CK and CS, and Step III scores
    ?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)

(12/13/2018)
Pediatric Endocrinology Fellow - July 2019
UCLA Mattel Children's Hospital, Los Angeles, CA

The Pediatric Endocrinology Fellowship Program at UCLA Mattel’s Children's Hospital is looking for qualified individuals to fill an open position beginning in July 2019. Our ACGME-accredited 3 year program has had a long history of training outstanding pediatric endocrinologists who have thrived in academic medicine and clinical practice. 

Website: https://www.uclahealth.org/mattel/pediatric-endocrinology/fellowship-program 

For any additional questions or details, please contact Dennis Chia at djchia@mednet.ucla.edu or 310-825-6244, and we can share an FAQ sheet that highlights key facets of the program.

(12/13/2018)
Pediatric Endocrinology Fellow - July 1, 2019
Children's Hospital of Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA

The Pediatric Endocrinology Fellowship Training Program at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles is seeking candidates for an open first year fellowship position beginning July 1, 2019. Our program, which consists of 2 fellows per year and 15 faculty, offers an excellent and diverse clinical and research training in all areas of Endocrinology.  For more information about the program please refer to https://www.chla.org/fellowship/endocrinology-fellowship

Interested candidates should reach out to the program director, Roshanak Monzavi MD at rmonzavi@chla.usc.edu, or 323-361-7040

(12/13/2018)
Pediatric Endocrinology Fellowship - July 2019
Cohen Children's Medical Center , New Hyde Park, NY

The fellowship in Pediatric Endocrinology at Cohen Children’s Medical Center is a long-standing and fully accredited three year program approved by the ACGME. The physicians in the Division of Pediatric Endocrinology perform over 10,000 outpatient consultations, ~300 inpatient visits, and more than 200 diagnostic endocrine tests yearly. The faculty consists of eight board-certified pediatric endocrinologists, four diabetes nurse educators, procedure nurse, nurse practitioner, physician assistant, clinical research coordinator, two nutritionists, social worker, office manager/administrator, and three medical secretaries. We are a designated site for the NY State Adrenal and Thyroid Newborn Screening Programs, and a CARES Foundation Comprehensive Center for Care of Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia.

The Cohen Children’s fellowship training program in pediatric endocrinology has trained numerous doctors who are presently in practice or in academic positions. This is a three-year program that combines a broad inpatient and outpatient clinical experience, as well as opportunities for both clinical and laboratory research.

The first year of the fellowship is chiefly clinical, and all patient encounters are supervised closely by our staff of full-time board-certified pediatric endocrinologists. Some of the types of diseases the fellow encounters include: growth failure, precocious and delayed puberty, diabetes mellitus, thyroid disease, disorders of electrolyte and fluid balance, pituitary disease, bone and mineral disorders, adrenal disease, parathyroid disease, endocrine consequences of genetic disorders such as Turner syndrome, Klinefelter syndrome, and neurofibromatosis, and endocrine complications of childhood cancer.

The fellows' research program, usually pursued in the second and third years of the fellowship, has included projects involving clinical trials, hormone immunoassays and molecular genetics. Fellows need not have prior experience in lab bench work to acquire these skills. They will receive instruction in commonly utilized lab tools as they apply to a particular endocrinology research project.

Fellows are regularly called upon to present clinical cases, reviews of recent articles and research-in-progress at regular intervals in rounds and conferences. Fellows also attend one or more annual meetings of medical subspecialty societies pertinent to their fellowship training in endocrinology. They also are expected to attend all regularly scheduled pediatric department didactic lectures, and have a special annual 12-week Fellows' Seminar.

The high volume, the complexity of cases, the national and internationally renowned faculty, ancillary support, and the children’s hospital environment all provide fellows with the best possible setting to gain the highest level of training and expertise. The skills and abilities gained through this program will provide a solid foundation to excel as leaders in the practice of pediatric endocrinology.

 Should you be interested in this fellowship position, please contact us at:

(516)472-3763

 GGary@northwell.edu

 

 

(12/13/2018)
Pediatric Rheumatology Fellowship – July 2019
Seattle Children's Hospital/University of Washington, Seattle, WA

Seattle Children’s Hospital / University of Washington Pediatric Rheumatology Fellowship is currently accepting an applicant for a 1st year fellow position starting in July 2019. We are an ACGME-accredited 3 year program, which is one of the longest-standing Pediatric Rheumatology Fellowship programs in the country. We are also one of the largest divisions in the country, covering 5 states in the Northwest, with 10 faculty members. Fellows have the opportunity to see a wide range of rheumatologic illnesses with a diverse patient population, pursue research with protected time in their 2nd and 3rd years of training and pursue advanced degrees through the University of Washington. We are seeking strong candidates interested in an academic career who have, or will, complete a Pediatric Residency in the United States prior to starting fellowship. Please see our website below for more information: http://www.washington.edu/medicine/pediatrics/fellowships/overview/rheumatology

Interested applicants should send a copy of your CV, USMLE steps 1, 2, and 3 scores and three letters of recommendation to Kabita Nanda, MD at RheumatologyFellowship@seattlechildrens.org.

(12/12/2018)
Pediatric Endocrinologist Fellow - July 1, 2019
Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, OR

The Pediatric Endocrinology Fellowship Training Program at Oregon Health & Science University (Portland, OR) is seeking candidates for an open first year fellowship position beginning July 1, 2019. The program offers excellent clinical and research training, with formal coursework available for fellows to obtain a Certificate of Human Investigation or a Master’s of Clinical Research during their fellowship.

Interested candidates should reach out to the program director, Lisa Madison, MD, at madisonl@ohsu.edu or 503-494-1927.

(12/12/2018)
Pediatric Endocrinology Fellow - July 1, 2019
University of Illinois at Chicago and RUSH University Children's Hospital, Chicago, IL

 

 

The Department of Pediatrics at the University of Illinois at Chicago and RUSH University Children's Hospital is pleased to announce an open, full-time position for a first year Pediatric Endocrinology Fellow starting July 1, 2019!  We are a comprehensive three-year training program, fully accredited by the ACGME.  The University of Illinois Hospital and Health Sciences System is at the epicenter of many of the changes our healthcare system is undergoing, creating exciting and unique training opportunities.  RUSH University Children's Hospital delivers comprehensive, high quality, innovative family-centered excellence in child health services while promoting the most impactful research and the highest innovation in education.  Our mission is to provide the knowledge, skills and attributes that will allow fellows to become excellent and competent pediatric endocrinologists.

ACGME Program ID: 3261632063

Prerequisites: We only accept those who have completed a residency program within the United States. The only visa we accept is a J-1 visa.

The required items to apply are:

  • USMLE or COMLEX transcripts (e.g., Steps 1, 2 CK, 2 CS and 3)
  • Medical school transcript
  • Three strong letters of recommendation
  • Most recent curriculum vitae
  • Personal Statement

Interested applicants should send the aforementioned items to Roxana L. Aguirre Castaneda, MD; Program Director (raguirre@uic.edu) and Miae Lee; Program coordinator (mlee9@uic.edu). For additional information, call (312) 996-9693

Following individual review of all completed applications, selected applicants will be contacted for interviews. We are pleased that you are interested in pursuing a career in Pediatric Endocrinology and look forward to hearing from you.

(12/12/2018)
Pediatric Endocrinology- July 1, 2019
Brown University/Hasbro Children's Hospital, Providence, RI

We have an open position for Pediatric Endocrinology at Brown University/Hasbro Children's Hospital in Providence RI.  The position starts on July 1, 2019.

We offer an excellent clinical and research experience, and our fellows go on to find wonderful jobs.  And we treat our fellows very well!

Please reach out at via email (lisa_swartz_topor@brown.edu) or phone (401-444-5504) with questions.

(12/12/2018)
Pediatric Pulmonology Fellowship - July 2019
NYU Winthrop Hospital , Mineola, NY

The NYU Winthrop Hospital Pediatric Pulmonology Fellowship training program in Mineola, NY is accepting applications for a first year fellow to begin in July of 2019.

The fellows of the Pediatric Pulmonary Division play an integral part in the care of infants and children with pulmonary disorders at NYU Winthrop Hospital. They are involved in the diagnosis and management of children with a vast array of respiratory diseases in the intensive care units, the general pediatrics units, and in our outpatient offices.

The fellows actively participate in the education of the pediatric residents and medical students in both structured didactic sessions as well as informal patient discussions. The Pediatric Pulmonary fellows work closely with the gastroenterologists, neonatologists, allergy/immunologists, surgeons as well as the general pediatricians in a multidisciplinary setting. They are involved in both clinical and bench research during their fellowship training as well as several QI projects.

The fellowship program is a 3-year, ACGME-accredited program. Fellows who complete the program will meet the requirements for board certification in Pediatric Pulmonology through the American Board of Pediatrics. In order to be considered for an interview, please submit the following:

  • 3 letters of recommendation*
  • Current and updated CV
  • Personal Statement
  • Transcript
  • USMLE/COMLEX scores
  • ECFMG certification (if applicable)

*letters of recommendation should be submitted directly to the program from the referee via mail or e-mail.

Program Contact:

Candace Mitto

Fellowship Program Coordinator

120 Mineola Blvd, 2nd Floor

Mineola, NY 11501

(516) 663-3840/ (516) 663-1644

Candace.mitto@nyulangone.org  

(12/12/2018)
Pediatric Endocrinology Fellowship - July 2019
Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN

Pediatric Endocrinology Fellowship Position Available at Mayo Clinic

The Mayo Clinic School of Graduate Medical Education has an open position in the Pediatric Endocrinology Fellowship Program beginning July 2019. 

Mayo Clinic is located in Rochester, Minnesota

If you have an interested trainee, please have them contact the program coordinator, Rebecca Clig, via email at clig.rebecca@mayo.edu

Thank you so much for passing this information along to your trainees! 

(12/12/2018)
Pediatric Infectious Diseases Fellowship - July 2019
Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN

Pediatric Infectious Diseases Fellowship Position Available at Mayo Clinic

The Mayo Clinic School of Graduate Medical Education has an open position in the Pediatric Infectious Diseases Fellowship Program beginning July 2019. 

Mayo Clinic is located in Rochester, Minnesota

If you have an interested trainee, please have them contact the program coordinator, Rebecca Clig, via email at clig.rebecca@mayo.edu

Thank you so much for passing this information along to your trainees!

(12/12/2018)
First year fellow in Pediatric Endocrinology - July 2019
SUNY Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY

The Pediatric Endocrinology Fellowship Program at SUNY Downstate Medical Center (Brooklyn, NY) is seeking a qualified candidate for a first year fellow beginning July 1, 2019. Our program is ACGME-accredited.

Candidates must be completing or have completed residency in an ACGME-accredited Pediatric residency program.

The accepted candidate will have a great opportunity to get an extensive exposure and training in the field of clinical pediatric endocrinology as well as clinical research. 

Interested candidates should e-mail the following:

1) Curriculum vitae.

2) USMLE transcript.

3) Personal statement 

to Vatcharapan Umpaichitra, MD, Program Director : Vatcharapan.Umpaichitra@downstate.edu

(12/12/2018)
Pediatric Endocrinology Fellowship - July 2019
Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, Torrance, CA

Description of the Fellowship Training Program in Pediatric Endocrinology

The Division of Pediatric Endocrinology at Harbor UCLA Medical Center offers a three year clinical and research training program for graduates of pediatric residency programs. The program provides comprehensive clinical and scholarly activity training required for subspecialty board eligibility with the American Board of Pediatrics. This program will support development of investigative skills for individuals wishing to pursue a research-oriented academic career, and also strong teaching skills for those interested in clinician-educator careers.

Hospital Facilities and Clinics

Harbor-UCLA Medical Center is a 556-bed acute-care and tertiary care facility in Torrance that is owned and operated by Los Angeles County. It is a major teaching hospital for the UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine. Through its inpatient, emergency, and ambulatory care programs in the Department of Health Services (DHS), Harbor-UCLA provides health care services to 3 million residents of Southwestern Los Angeles County, including those who are medically underresourced. 

The Pediatric Endocrine consult service provides the fellow trainee with the opportunity to see, learn about, diagnose, and manage all categories of endocrine disease. All fellows participate in the following clinics: Endocrine, Diabetes, Be Forever Fit (obesity), Pituitary, Thyroid Fine Needle Biopsy. Fellows also enjoy the opportunities to attend Genetics Clinic and Reproductive Endocrinology. 

Conferences and Seminars

Fellows participate in the Endocrine Grand Rounds and the Endocrine Clinical Conference, which are jointly attended by both Pediatric and Internal Medicine endocrinology faculty and fellows. Fellows participate in presenting cases and reviewing recent developments in the diagnosis and management of endocrine disorders. Fellows engage in multidisciplinary conferences on patients with endocrine disease such as thyroid cancer or hypothalamic/pituitary tumors who need surgical management. All fellows attend regularly scheduled conferences.

Didactic sessions are held weekly for pediatric and adult endocrinology fellows. Didactic sessions cover the entire range of endocrinology topics and are led by a faculty member. Sessions are designed to be interactive, utilizing a number of approaches including power point lectures, question and answer sessions, review of most recent guidelines. 

Pediatric Endocrine fellows participate in a weekly case review session, during which the patients scheduled to be seen the coming week are discussed in a multidisciplinary meeting. Follow-up on other patients of interest are also discussed. Focus topic reviews are often held at this meeting to enhance fellow education. 

Research Environment and Resources

Research facilities for faculty and fellows are located at the Los Angeles Biomedical Research Institute at Harbor-UCLA, on the same campus as the medical center. The UCLA Clinical and Translational Science Institute (UCLA CTSI) supports an outpatient Clinical and Translational Research Center. These facilities are available to facilitate clinical research at the medical center.

Several of our faculty are recipients of NIH or other independent research grants, and are conducting ongoing research in the areas of obesity and diabetes, androgen and estrogen steroid metabolism, and the management of thyroid cancer with kinase inhibitors. Research support is available for pediatric fellows from the Department of Pediatrics in the form of seed funding.

http://www.harbor-ucla.org/pediatrics/fellowships-3/pediatric-endocrinology-and-metabolism-fellowship/

Inquires and CV’s may be sent to:

 Jennifer K. Yee, MD

Program Director, Fellowship in Pediatric Endocrinology
Associate Professor of Pediatrics
Division of Endocrinology, Harbor-UCLA Medical Center
1000 West Carson Street, Box 446, Torrance, CA 90509

310-222-1867, 310-222-1971
jyee@labiomed.org

 

(12/5/2018)
Pediatric Hospitalist
New York University / Winthrop Children’s Medical Center , Mineola, NY

The New York University Winthrop Children’s Medical Center in suburban Mineola, NY (35 minutes from New York City) is an academic children’s hospital seeking BC/BE candidates for an open Pediatric Hospitalist position effective immediately.

The pediatric hospitalist division provides coverage for both the 45-bed Mother Baby Unit and 30-bed general pediatric ward and is actively involved in extra-clinical and teaching responsibilities (e.g. quality improvement, residency program improvement, daily rounds with residents and medical students).Clinical and basic science research opportunities are available. Scheduling is flexible with some evening and weekend coverage and overnight call from home. New graduates and experienced pediatricians are encouraged to apply.

The position offers a competitive salary, ample benefits and malpractice insurance. If interested, please email your CV to Leonard R. Krilov, MD, Chairman of Pediatrics at lkrilov@nyuwinthrop.org.

(12/4/2018)
Director of Behavioral Health Education in Pediatrics Residency
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia/Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

The Department of Pediatrics at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania seek a candidate for a new full-time position as Director of Behavioral Health Education in Pediatrics Residency (DBHEPR) in the non-tenure, academic clinician track. Applicants must have an M.D. or equivalent degree and must be board certified/eligible in General Pediatrics.

The DBHEPR will be responsible for developing and implementing a 3-year curriculum for pediatrics residents to build core behavioral/mental healthcare skills for their patients.  Such training will prepare residents to assess and manage their patients’ basic behavioral/mental health concerns across inpatient or outpatient settings and across general or subspecialty areas of practice.  This training will prepare graduates to mitigate this enormous unmet need of children and adolescents and work effectively with specialists in behavioral/mental health to broaden available services.   In addition, the DBHEPR will be responsible for developing competencies among selected teaching faculty to support this curriculum across disciplines. The DBHEPR portion of the position will be funded up to 0.5 FTE, with the balance of the full-time role supported by patient care activities which may include inpatient or outpatient, general pediatrics or sub-specialty depending on the applicant’s experience.  The DBHEPR will lead this initiative through partnerships with leaders in Resident Education, Primary Care, Adolescent Medicine, Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics, Pediatric Psychology, and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.  Prior experience in behavioral/mental healthcare, medical education, and leadership is essential.

We seek candidates who embrace and reflect diversity in the broadest sense.

The University of Pennsylvania and the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia are EOEs. Minorities/Women/Individuals with disabilities/Protected Veterans are encouraged to apply.

https://www.med.upenn.edu/apps/faculty_ad/index.php/d5238

https://www.med.upenn.edu/apps/faculty_ad/index.php/d5237

(11/30/2018)
Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine Fellowships - July 2019
Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, IL

The Division of Neonatology at Rush University Medical Center (RUMC) is pleased to announce that we have a new ACGME-accredited Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine Fellowship Program. The Fellowship Program provides trainees with a broad range of experiential clinical, research, teaching and leadership opportunities with the goal of training physicians to achieve excellence in all four domains. The 3-year fellowship is based at RUMC which is located in Chicago. The 60-bed, state-of-the-art level 3 single-family-room NICU provides specialized care for premature and full term infants, including high-frequency and NAVA ventilation, therapeutic hypothermia and ECMO. The High-Risk Follow up Clinic sees approximately 500 patients per year, including very low birth weight infants, infants with congenital heart disease and those who received therapeutic hypothermia. The unique Fetal-Neonatal Medicine Center provides antenatal consultation for high risk pregnancies, resulting in admission of infants with complex congenital heart disease and other defects such as diaphragmatic hernia, gastroschisis, tracheoesophageal fistula, as well as metabolic, renal and neurologic disorders. RUMC has an innovative, cutting-edge human milk program that has a national and international reputation, with a strong track record of extramural funding and translational research. The12-faculty Division has a long-standing history of basic, clinical, and translational research and robust quality improvement and simulation programs.

The robust curriculum is based on the 6 ACGME core competencies with the majority of clinical responsibilities focused over the first two years. Fellows additionally rotate with pediatric radiology, surgery, infectious diseases and genetics. The program has a strong focus on simulation-based education for procedural skill, clinical management and teamwork training. Fellows are required to participate in scholarly activity, and 16.5 months are dedicated to research. Additionally, fellows can complete a masters or PhD in clinical research.

We are looking for 1-2 fellows to start July, 2019.

Eligibility:

  • Applicants must currently be completing a 3-year US pediatric residency, or have completed a 3-year US pediatric residency within the past 2 years.

Applications:

  • Please include:
    • CV
    • One-page personal statement
    • Three letters of recommendation ( one from Residency Program Director)
    • Medical school transcript
    • USMLE or COMLEX transcript
    • Photo
  • Please send your application to:
  • Interviews
    • A personal interview is required. If you are selected for an interview, you will be notified by e-mail with a letter of invitation.

For additional information call:

(312) 942-9406 or (312) 942-6640

ACGME program ID: 3291632099       

(11/30/2018)
PGY-2 (Transfer) - July 2019
Mayo Clinic , Rochester, MN

A PGY-2 position in the Pediatrics Residency Training Program at The Mayo Clinic (Rochester, MN) is available starting July 1, 2019. For more information about our program, please see our website at: 

https://college.mayo.edu/academics/residencies-and-fellowships/pediatric-and-adolescent-medicine-residency-minnesota/ Interested applicants should submit:

  • A letter of interest, which includes your reason for requesting transfer
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • 3 letters of recommendation
  • USMLE Steps I, II; Step III score if taken
  • Valid ECFMG Certificate, if applicable
  • Medical School Performance Evaluation (Dean's Letter)
  • Name and contact information for your current program director

Please email or fax the information to: Jason (Jay) Homme, MD Pediatrics Residency Program Director homme.jason@mayo.edu (phone) 507-284-3379 (fax) 507-538-0232

 

(11/26/2018)
Pediatric Research Fellow – NIH T32 Clinical Pharmacology Training Program
Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN

Heal the sick, advance the science, share the knowledge.

A position in the Mayo Clinic- NIH T32 Clinical Pharmacology Training Program led by Drs. Liewei Wang and Richard Weinshilboum is available for a fellow with a M.D. or equivalent degree trained in, or associated with, any pediatrics discipline.

Clinical Pharmacology is the science of all aspects of the interaction between drugs and biological therapeutic agents and humans. Clinical Pharmacology lies at the confluence of advances in genomics and other “omics” disciplines and systems biology to create an important aspect of “Precision Medicine”.

Mayo Clinic is fortunate to have a long-standing formal training program in Clinical Pharmacology that is supported by an NIH T32 Training Grant with a specific position for individuals trained in or associated with any Pediatrics discipline. The program involves a diverse faculty in virtually every biomedical and clinical discipline. The NIH Clinical Pharmacology Training Program is only open to United States Citizens and permanent residents and is limited to fellows who have a M.D. or PharmD degree. This formal research training program is designed to prepare candidates for a career in either an academic medical center environment, in the pharmaceutical or biotechnology industry or in regulatory science.

Interested applicants should both send a letter of interest and intent and your curriculum vitae, to Dr. Liewei Wang (wang.liewei@mayo.edu), as well as formally apply to this posting. For more information about this Clinical Pharmacology Training Program, please visit this website: http://www.mayo.edu/research/training-grant-positions/clinical-pharmacology/tpr-00055333

 

The NIH Clinical Pharmacology Training Program is only open to United States Citizens and permanent residents and is designed for fellows who have a M.D. or equivalent degree – but qualified Pharm.D. and Ph.D. candidates will also be considered under exceptional circumstances. This formal research training program is designed to prepare candidates for a career in either an academic medical center environment, in the pharmaceutical or biotechnology industry or in regulatory science.

Mayo Clinic is ranked No. 1 in the nation by U.S. News and World Report (2018-2019 Best Hospitals).  Our multi-disciplinary group practice focuses on providing high quality, compassionate medical care. We are the largest integrated, not-for-profit medical group practice in the world with approximately 3,800 physicians and scientists across all locations working in a unique environment that brings together the best in patient care, groundbreaking research and innovative medical education.  Mayo Clinic Health System connects Mayo Clinic’s respected expertise with Mayo’s community-focused multi-specialty groups in 75 communities. We offer a highly competitive compensation package, which includes exceptional benefits.

CLICK HERE  to apply online and learn more about Mayo Clinic Health System and the vast array of opportunities that await you.

©2018 Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research. Post offer/pre-employment drug screening is required. Mayo Clinic is an equal opportunity educator and employer (including veterans and persons with disabilities).


(8/24/2018)
Pediatric Residency Program Director
Peyton Manning Children's Hospital, Indianapolis, IN

Pediatric Residency Program Director