Pediatric Fellowships

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We offer five main subspecialty fellowships including Pediatric Cardiology, Pediatric Critical Care Medicine, Pediatric Endocrinology, Pediatric Hematology/Oncology, and Neonatology.  In addition, we offer programs in Child Neurology and Neurodevelopmental Disabilities. All of our programs are ACGME-accredited.  Our fellowships are led by program directors who are experts in their fields, and supported by dedicated, enthusiastic faculty.  In addition to our core programs, we collaborate closely with Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Pediatric Anesthesiology, Pediatric Radiology and Pediatric Surgery.

Pediatric Cardiology

Next position available:  July 2016

Our Fellowship Program provides a solid foundation of knowledge and experience to academically oriented trainees. Fellows are trained in all aspects of pediatric cardiology. The patient volume and acuity are appropriately challenging, while still facilitate the educational opportunity in each experience. The 3-year curriculum provides ample elective and research experience.  Our program is proud to produce exceptionally trained graduates with the skills and opportunities to become leaders in any aspect of the field.

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Pediatric Critical Care Medicine

Next position available:  July 2017

The Doernbecher PICU is a 20 bed unit with an average daily census of 13. We have a diverse patient population, including pediatric medical, general surgery, cardiovascular surgery, neurosurgery, renal transplant, cardiac and respiratory ECMO and multi-system trauma patients. Patients come primarily from Oregon, southern Washington, northern California, Idaho, and Montana. Doernbecher has an active dedicated pediatric transport team allowing the fellow to become comfortable with pediatric transports.

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Pediatric Endocrinology

Next position available:  July 2016

The Division of Pediatric Endocrinology at OHSU has a longstanding tradition of excellence in patient care and commitment to education and research. Our program consists of faculty members who are experts in the field of endocrine disorders as well as accomplished researchers and clinicians. We are actively involved in both clinical and basic science research, and collaborate with over 20 research laboratories dedicated to improving the diagnosis and treatment of endocrine disorders.

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Hematology/Oncology

Next position available:  July 2016

Doernbecher Children's Hospital and Oregon Health & Science University collaborate to offer one of the finest pediatric hematology-oncology fellowship training programs in the nation.  The clinical service, faculty, and state-of-the-art research programs provide an excellent setting for this specialized training. Designed to prepare MDs, MD/PhDs, or DOs for academic careers, this ACGME-accredited comprehensive training program affords opportunities for fellows to work alongside renowned faculty physicians to gain a valuable in-depth clinical and scholarly activity experience.  

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Neonatology

Next position available:  July 2016

The overarching goal of fellowship training in NPM at OHSU is to provide an environment where trainees develop expertise in the clinical, research, and educational skills requisite to a successful career in academic neonatology.  We are committed to individualizing the educational experiences to best meet the unique career goals of our fellows. Through a competency-based, needs driven curriculum, we utilize didactic teaching, experiential learning, and simulation-based training to achieve the learning objectives set forth by the American Board of Pediatrics for NPM fellowship training.  

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Child Neurology

Next position available:  July 2016

High-quality clinical care is directly linked to the education of students, residents, and fellows. This is why the three-year, ACGME-accredited Child Neurology Residency Program is a top priority of the Division of Neurology. Our goal is to train clinical neuroscientists; individuals who provide expert patient care in the context of a strong foundation of basic and clinical neurosciences and who have the skills to pursue diverse career pathways, clinical and/or academic. Mentorship is abundantly available to help define, pursue, and reach those personalized goals.

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Neurodevelopmental Disabilities

Next position available:  July 2016

The Child Development and Rehabilitation Center (CDRC) at the Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) offers a residency in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (NDD) for pediatricians whom we anticipate will become leaders in the care of children with neurodevelopmental disabilities, including cerebral palsy, mental retardation, autism spectrum disorders, learning disabilities, attention deficit disorders and other neurobehavioral problems. The training program is most appropriate for the pediatrician who wishes to pursue a career in neurodevelopmental and/or neurobehavioral pediatrics.

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