Fellowships are available in:
Pediatric fellowship programs provide opportunities for trainees to be based in laboratories in Pediatrics or other clinical departments at OHSU. Fellows may participate in clinical or basic science research.
Fellowship Training & Oversightthe Department of Pediatrics has an established a program to research needs of fellows. Upon entering the research years, each fellow is provided with a Scholarship Oversight Committee, which meets at least twice a year to review research progress. The Pediatric Fellowship committee also oversees fellowship training, and provides us with additional opportunities to foster and monitor the career development of fellows.
What does this mean? It means that you will have a group of individuals who will work on your behalf to be sure that you get the most out of your fellowship years, and will have been superbly trained at the end of your fellowship.
How to apply? To learn about the fellowship that interests you, please contact coordinators and directors listed on the left side of each specialty page.
Some fellowships involve a match system (Child Neurology and Neurodevelopmental Disabilities); some programs require submission of applications via the ERAS system (Hematology Oncology and Neonatology). For those subspecialties not using the ERAS system, even if there is a match system, please apply directly to the program you are interested in. Each of the specialties have information on their specific application process.
Thank you for your interest!
Joseph Gilhooly, M.D.
Director, Pediatric Fellowships
Chair, Pediatric Fellowship Committee
Email Dr. Gilhooly
Daniel Marks, M.D., Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Endocrinology
Director, Pediatric Fellowship Research
Email Dr. Marks