The Application process for the 2015-16 Nephrology Fellowship is now closed. Please see the ERAS website for further information. We participate in the national nephrology match program.
The application process for the 2016-17 Transplant Medicine Training Program is now open. Please follow the link below to find the application and instructions for consideration.
Questions regarding application status should be emailed to email@example.com. No phone calls will be accepted regarding application status.
OHSU’s Division of Nephrology & Hypertension offers two distinct fellowship programs:
Nephrology Training Program
Two-year Clinical Nephrology Fellowship
Three-year Academic Physician Scientist Fellowship
Both programs lead to board eligibility in Nephrology
Transplant Medicine Training Program
This is a one year program that prepares board eligible Nephrologists to become specialists in Transplantation medicine. The program is certified by the American Society of Transplantation.
Fellows are exposed to a broad array of educational activities within the Division and the School of Medicine.
Clinical facilities include the OHSU Hospital and the Portland Veterans Administration Medical Center (VAMC).
To get a sense of the strong bond that develops between OHSU Nephrology fellows and the faculty and staff who work with them, take a look at the video appreciation from this year's graduates. We are all so lucky to be able to work with such intelligent and committed individuals!