Pediatric Nephrology Fellowship

Pediatric Nephrology Fellowship

Nationwide Children’s and The Ohio State University College of Medicine appreciate your interest in our Pediatric Nephrology Fellowship Program. We believe that you will find we offer many excellent opportunities to help you develop and refine the skills necessary to become a well-trained pediatric nephrologist, accomplished investigator in clinical and/or basic science, effective teacher and nephrology advocate.

The Pediatric Nephrology Fellowship Program’s goal is to assure that each fellow finishes our program with the knowledge and expertise to be a highly effective clinician and investigator who can improve the lives of children with kidney disease. Our fellow positions are fully supported by Nationwide Children's Hospital and we offer one to two positions per year. Upon successful completion of the program our fellows will have met the training requirements for Pediatric Nephrology certification by the American Board of Pediatrics.

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How To Apply:

Applications for the Nephrology Fellowship must be submitted via the Electronic Residency Application Program (ERAS). The pediatric nephrology fellowship application process has switched to the July Application Cycle. In this cycle, applicants may submit their application starting on July 1. Applications are available for download by the fellowship programs starting on July 15.

To apply to the Nationwide Children’s Hospital Nephrology fellowship program, please register with ERAS. We require three letters of reference. While we encourage use of the standardized reference form, letters of recommendation will be accepted in letter format. As well, we require USMLE scores, CV and a personal statement from the applicant.

Applications will be considered from July through November. Interviews will be conducted August through November of each year. We encourage applicants to apply earlier in the application process to insure flexibility with interview scheduling.

Contact Information:

Please contact Dr. John Mahan if you have any questions or would like additional information.

John Mahan, MD
Program Director
[email protected]
Phone: (614) 722-4360

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    Sep 25, 2020

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    Columbus, Ohio

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