Named for Ms. Joan (pronounced jo-ann) Wallick, The Joan Fellowship in Pediatric Hemostasis-Thrombosis provides advanced training to physicians desiring a career dedicated to bleeding and clotting disorders.
Ms. Wallick is a native of Ohio and Columbus has been her home, raising her five children in the Bexley area. She has always believed in giving a person the tools to forge a future and in turn they can give and invest in others. From the very beginning Joan invested in her family in many ways. She always had a clear vision of how each one of her children would use their individual talents and the opportunities she helped to provide. Joan also gave to her extended family by investing in them and pushing them to achieve to their best of abilities. Philanthropically Joan has given of her time, talents, and money to various charities in our community, always wanting to provide a good Jewish way of life to as many people as possible. Joan believes that a strong community will result in a better way of life for those that are not as fortunate as she was.
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Applications will be accepted and reviewed throughout the year. Invited candidates will be asked to interview June 1 through August 30.
Interested applicants should provide the following information to the program coordinator:
Please send materials to:
Nationwide Children's Hospital
700 Children's Drive
Columbus, Ohio 43205-2696
Phone: (614) 722-3564
Fax: (614) 722-3699
For more information about this fellowship, email [email protected].
Bryce A. Kerlin, MD
Marcie Sparks, C-TAGME
May 27, 2022