Our fellowship programs provides an environment where fellows can obtain the knowledge and skills to become excellent clinicians, as well as the tools needed for developing as an outstanding educator or investigator.
Meet the department’s current fellows…
Division of Allergy & Pulmonary Medicine
Pediatric Pulmonology: ACGME accredited program where clinical training accounts for a total of twelve months of the fellowship, with six to seven months of clinical service or elective time the first year of training, and the remaining five to six months total during the final two years.
Pediatric Allergy/Immunology: A two-year ACGME accredited program with an optional third year for those who wish to explore research more deeply.
Division of Cardiology
ACGME accredited program preparing fellows to become pediatric cardiologists able to independently supervise the diagnosis and care of infants, children and teenagers/young adults with all forms of congenital and acquired cardiac disease. Most fellows will complete two years of clinical rotations and one year of research and electives. The program offers three positions a year.
Division of Emergency Medicine
ACGME accredited three year Child Abuse Pediatrics fellowship training program providing a comprehensive education which takes advantage of all the clinical resources available at the nationally renowned St. Louis Children’s Hospital and academic/research resources available through Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine.
Division of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine
ACGME program preparing graduates for rewarding careers in pediatric critical care medicine, supporting fellows in exploring their own areas of clinical and academic interest while establishing a solid base of foundational knowledge and experience. Program admits 5 fellows per year, and participates in the NRMP Match for pediatric critical care medicine.
Division of Emergency Medicine
Program aims to produce physicians who are master clinicians specializing in the care of acutely ill and injured children. In addition to receiving outstanding clinical training, our program trains fellows to become expert educators and to perform research that will enrich their practice and expand the field of emergency medicine. The fellowship emphasizes individualized learning plans, flexible elective time and robust mentoring to help fellows develop skills and expertise to pursue fulfilling career paths based on their personal interests.
Division of Endocrinology & Diabetes
A three-year comprehensive ACGME-accredited program for pediatricians interested in pursuing an academic medical career in pediatric endocrinology. Whether you aim to be a master clinician, an attending in an academic institution, or a basic science or clinical researcher, our faculty will help you to establish yourself as a leader in pediatric endocrinology.
Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology & Nutrition
Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition Fellowship: A three year ACGME-accredited program matriculating 2 fellows per year providing comprehensive clinical exposure and outstanding research opportunities, with exceptional clinical and research mentors.
Pediatric Transplant Hepatology Fellowship: One year ACGME-accredited supplemental fellowship program for those interested in immersion in our active transplant hepatology service, inpatient and outpatient hepatology services, procedure training (esophageal banding, sclerotherapy and liver biopsies) and rotations in adult hepatology, transplant pathology and interventional radiology.
Division of Hematology & Oncology
A three year ACGME-accredited training program providing a comprehensive clinical curriculum spanning the scope of our specialty, as well an individualized program of clinical or basic science investigation. Additional training beyond the three-year curriculum to focus on further clinical sub-specialization or further develop research pursuits is possible.
Department of Medicine: Division of Palliative Medicine
This is a one-year ACGME-accredited program. The goal of this program is to promote excellence in Hospice and Palliative Medicine education and clinical care, to develop future leaders in the field, and to ensure that patients with life-limiting illness receive informed, professional, and appropriate care.
Division of Genetics & Genomic Medicine
Medical Biochemical Genetics is an ACGME-accredited one-year subspecialty fellowship training program that provides advanced education in the evaluation, prevention, treatment and discovery of diseases caused by genetic defects in human biochemical processes. After completing their training, fellows will become experts in the diagnosis and treatment of patients with inborn errors of metabolism at any age. The subspecialty is available only to licensed physicians who are Board-certified by the ABMGG as clinical geneticists.
Division of Nephrology, Hypertension & Pheresis
A three year program designed to train sub-specialist pediatricians for academic careers with clinical responsibilities concentrated in the first year and opportunities for both clinical and basic science research in the following two years. Efforts are made to carefully place each fellow into a thriving research environment appropriate to his/her background and interests to optimize success.