Fellowship Programs

Our fellowship programs are training physicians who are improving the health of children worldwide. We believe the long-term path to improvement is rooted in aquiring lifelong learning skills. Each fellows identifies a research mentor and develops a research plan that leads to a scholarly work. In concert with their training program director, fellows develop an individualized learning plan that features ongoing mentoring.

Commiment to Fellowship research

Our fellowship training programs includes

  • Access to NIH-sponsored training grants via our T32 Training Programs
  • Assistance with preparation of applications to the NIH Loan Repayment Program
  • Opportunities for collaborations with clinicians and scientists in other departments of the Medical School
  • Competitive salaries and fringe benefits
  • Career counseling and mentoring
  • A free-standing children's hospital and clinics on the Vanderbilt University Medical Center campus

Pediatric Fellowship Programs

Pediatric-Supported Fellowship Programs

Other Opportunities

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For more information about our Fellowship Programs, contact:

Ann R. Stark, M.D.
Fellowship Program Director
11111 Doctors' Office Tower
2200 Children's Way
Nashville, TN 37232-9225
ann.r.stark@vanderbilt.edu
  Michelle Carretero
Fellowship Program Coordinator
(615) 936-5953
michelle.carretero@Vanderbilt.Edu