Fellowships

Adolescent Medicine

Provides training for clinicians interested in speciality primary and consultative care for adolescents.

Allergy and Immunology

A two to three year training program offering opportunities for physicians with pediatrics and internal medicine backgrounds.

Blood and Marrow Transplantation and Cellular Therapies

A one-year, fully-funded fellowship involving highly specialized multidisciplinary training and a substantial clinical and translational research experience.

Cardiology

A fully developed didactic educational program covering general and subspecialty pediatric cardiology with multiple, weekly conferences for fellows.

Emergency Medicine

A comprehensive educational experience available to emergency medicine and pediatrics-trained residents.

Endocrinology

Designed to train pediatricians to become leaders in the research and clinical care of children and adolescents with endocrine diseases and diabetes mellitus.

Gastroenterology

A three year ACGME-accredited program providing training for future leaders in the gastroenterology field.

General Academic Pediatrics

postdoctoral fellowship program in General Academic Pediatrics and Medicine-Pediatrics funded by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA).

Hematology-Oncology

A three-year program for those interested in academic careers in pediatric hematology-oncology.

Pediatric Hospitalist Medicine

One position is available each year for an aspiring physician interested in the growing field of academic pediatric hospital medicine.

Infectious Diseases

A three-year ACGME-approved training program is designed to produce superior academic pediatric infectious disease specialists.

Medical Genetics and Genomics

A two year program that includes at least 18 months of extensive, clinically oriented medical genetics activities.

Medical Biochemical Genetics

A one year follow-up training program to the Medical Genetics Residency.

Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine

A three-year program rotating through UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh, a Level IV NICU, and the Level III NICU at UPMC Magee-Womens Hospital.

Nephrology

For academic pediatric nephrologists that embody excellence in care, discovery and leadership through robust clinical training and broad research opportunities.

Pulmonology

A NIH T32-funded fellowship with the majority of the first year devoted to clinical training and protected time given for research activities over the next two years.

Rheumatology

A three-year, ACGME-accredited fellowship program offers fellows comprehensive training in both the clinical and research aspects of rheumatology.

Transplant Hepatology

This special one-year fellowship is offered to individuals who have completed a three-year fellowship in pediatric gastroenterology.

Other Pediatrics-Related Fellowships

Access other fellowship programs at UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh operated by affiliated Pitt departments.