Indiana University School of Medicine


Indianapolis, IN

Date Posted

December 6, 2022

The Adolescent Medicine Fellowship Program at Indiana University School of Medicine has 1 open position for the upcoming year, beginning July 2023.  The Adolescent training program prepares physicians for leadership positions in academic medicine and public health.  Training is open to pediatricians, internists and family medicine physicians and includes comprehensive training in tertiary and primary care adolescent medicine, research methods and quality improvement, and professional development.


Over 3 years approximately 50% of time is dedicated to clinical training and 50% to research, education, and community-based work.  Fellows may work with the education team to individualize their curriculum.


Research may be clinical, translational, basic science or community based.  It will include formal coursework in biostatistics, research design, research methods, and ethics.  As well as advanced research topics through the LEAH seminar and completion of mentored research.  Fellows may complete coursework leading to a master’s degree.

LEAH- Leadership Education and Adolescent Health

IU’s Adolescent Medicine training program is 1 of 7 programs nationally to have a multidisciplinary training program in adolescent and young adult (AYA) health.  Each year, the program prepares medicine, nursing, psychology, and social work graduate and post-graduate trainees for diverse professions in AYA health through didactic and experiential mentored learning, research training, professional development, and community engagement. Diversity, equity, inclusion, and access are embedded in all training components, and the program works to expand strategies and effective practices across the state to improve health services, well- being, and support for AYAs.


Mary Ott MD, MA:  Program Director –

Lyn Terrell:  Program Coordinator-

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