Welcome to the Nephrology Fellowship Training Program!
The Nephrology Fellowship Training Program provides MD and/or PhD postdoctoral fellows with wide-ranging clinical and research training opportunities across the spectrum of molecules to populations, including, but not limited to, acute kidney injury (AKI), chronic kidney disease, end-stage kidney disease (ESKD), transplantation and pediatrics.
Our program aims to provide excellent training that is tailored to the fellow's career path, including medical education, basic science, clinical science, private practice, health care administrative leadershup or nephrology governmet service. Fellows will generally complete the program in two to three years depending on their chosen track.
An educationally-enriched program comprised of inpatient and outpatient clinical experiences, as well as structured and mentored research opportunities, fellows receive protected time for daily noon didactics and funding to attend national conferences, including the American Society of Nephrology (ASN) and National Kidney Foundation, as well as other educational conferences such as Home Dialysis University.
Anna Burgner, MD, MEHP
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Director, Nephrology Fellowship Program
Julia Lewis, MD
Associate Professor of Medicine
Associate Director, Nephrology Fellowship Program