Newborn Medicine | Fellowships
Our ACGME accredited and long-established neonatal-perinatal medicine fellowship program provides an environment where fellows can obtain the knowledge and skills to become excellent clinical neonatologists, as well as the tools needed for developing as an outstanding educator and investigator in the clinical, translational, clinical quality and patient safety, or basic biomedical sciences. Fellows who complete the training program have gone on to choose academic or clinically-oriented careers in approximately equal numbers.
We are pleased that you have taken the time to learn about our neonatal-perinatal medicine fellowship-training program. The Division of Newborn Medicine, under the leadership of Barbara Warner, M.D., M.Sci., and the Department of Pediatrics, under the leadership of Gary Silverman, M.D., Ph.D. continue their commitment to excellence in fellowship training providing an environment where fellows can excel in clinical, educational, and research training. The clinical opportunities available are unsurpassed and the research opportunities encompass not only the Department of Pediatrics but also opportunities within the Medical School and University at large.
Application to the neonatal-perinatal medicine fellowship program is through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) and selection of fellows is through the National Residency Matching Program (NRMP). Please contact for questions or additional information:
Interested individuals may also want to review the Washington University School of Medicine Graduate Medical Education Policies.