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Pitt Pediatrics and UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh offer several fellowship programs in various subspecialties. Learn more about our fellowship opportunities across the department.
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.
A fully developed didactic educational program covering general and subspecialty pediatric cardiology with multiple, weekly conferences for fellows.
A comprehensive educational experience available to emergency medicine and pediatrics-trained residents.
Designed to train pediatricians to become leaders in the research and clinical care of children and adolescents with endocrine diseases and diabetes mellitus.
A three year ACGME-accredited program providing training for future leaders in the gastroenterology field.
General Academic Pediatrics
A postdoctoral fellowship program in General Academic Pediatrics and Medicine-Pediatrics funded by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA).
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.
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.
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.
For academic pediatric nephrologists that embody excellence in care, discovery and leadership through robust clinical training and broad research opportunities.
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.
A three-year, ACGME-accredited fellowship program offers fellows comprehensive training in both the clinical and research aspects of rheumatology.
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.