Education and Training

One of our central missions of the Division is to educate a new generation of academic pediatric pulmonologists who can play a leading role in the specialty as physician scientists. The fellowship program offers an NIH T32 research training grant in Pediatric Pulmonary Medicine is to provide a prime source of well-trained M.D. academic pediatric pulmonologists and Ph.D. scientists to conduct cutting-edge research in the pediatric pulmonary diseases. 

The standard fellowship is three years in duration, with the majority of the first year devoted to clinical training and protected time given for research activities over the next two years.

More information can be found at UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh.