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Fellowship Training Program

Division of Nephrology and Hypertension Faculty and StaffThe Application process for the 2014 Nephrology Fellowship is open. Please see the ERAS website for further information. We will be participating in the national nephrology match program.

The application process for the 2015 Transplant Medicine Training Program is open.  Please follow the link below to find the application and instructions for consideration.

Questions regarding application status should be emailed to nhfellow@ohsu.edu. 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).

Fellowship Administration
Program Director: Suzanne Watnick
Associate Director: Raghav Wusirika
Phone: (503) 494-9840
Fax: (503) 494-4889
Email: nhfellow@ohsu.edu

Fellow Appreciation Day

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!