The University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Maternal-Fetal Medicine Fellowship
The University of Tennessee Health Science Center Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Memphis, Tennessee, has an opening for a Maternal-Fetal Medicine Fellow to begin training on July 1, 2023. Our program is a 3-year ACGME accredited program. Qualified candidates must have successfully completed an ACGME accredited four-year OB/GYN Residency Program by June 30, 2023 and be ABOG eligible. Please submit your official application to include your CV, your personal statement, 3 letters of recommendation to include one from your program director listing your anticipated completion date of residency, last completed milestones review, a copy of your case logs, 2022 CREOG in-service exam score, medical school transcript, MSPE, USMLE/COMLEX transcript to [email protected] for consideration.
To learn more about our program, please visit our website.
Obstetrics Hospitalist Fellowship, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN
The Obstetrics Hospitalist Fellowship at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, is a two-year training program for obstetrics and gynecology physicians who desire to pursue a career track in academic obstetrics hospital medicine. The goal of the fellowship is to train fellows who will assume leadership roles in safety and quality, ensure best practices and protocols are followed, and lead a multidisciplinary team in the management of inpatient obstetric patients. Graduates of this program will teach residents and medical students as well as provide consultation to and collaboration with physicians, certified nurse midwives, and other advanced practice providers.
The fellowship offers exposure to low-risk and complex high-risk pregnancies and the management of medical, obstetrical, and surgical complications affecting these patients. In addition to clinical work, all fellows complete the Center for Clinical and Translational Science (CCaTS) Postdoctoral Certificate Program offered through the Mayo Clinic Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences. This certificate program further prepares you for an academic career and pursuit of research opportunities and scholarly activity.
Fellowship highlights include:
- A robust clinical experience in the multidisciplinary approach to obstetric patient care across antepartum, intrapartum, and postpartum periods
- Refinement of procedural skills in complex laceration repair, operative vaginal delivery, and peripartum hysterectomy
- Management of patients and neonates in the critical care setting
- Education in simulation design, implementation, and assessment at the Multidisciplinary Simulation Center
- A gross surgical anatomy course taught by an anatomist and a gynecologic oncologist
- Access to experienced faculty and vast resources for research as well as quality improvement and safety initiatives
- Community hospital experience with physicians and midwives in the Mayo Clinic Health System in Eau Claire, Wisconsin
- Opportunities to educate and mentor residents and medical students
Applicants must have completed either an ACGME or RCPSC accredited obstetrics and gynecology residency program to qualify for this fellowship. Please visit our website for more information and to apply.
If you have questions regarding the application cycle, please email [email protected].
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Addiction Medicine Fellowship Perinatal Track, Pittsburgh, PA
The UPMC Medical Education Addiction Medicine Fellowship is now accepting applications from obstetrician-gynecologists interested in developing expertise in perinatal addiction medicine. Our one-year fellowship program was accredited by the ACGME in 2020, and will qualify physicians to sit for the Addiction Medicine boards. The Perinatal Track is sponsored by the UPMC Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology in collaboration with the Division of General Internal Medicine.
The Perinatal Track fellow will have a weekly continuity clinic at the Women’s’ Recovery Clinic at Magee Women’s Hospital, and spend a third of their year in rotations at Magee. They will have the opportunity for ongoing general obstetrics and gynecology clinical exposure during their fellowship year in order to maintain their skills. The Perinatal Track fellow will also be included in the educational opportunities that are provided to the two other Addiction Medicine fellows, including motivational interviewing training, weekly addiction medicine didactics and case reviews, and clinical exposures to general inpatient addiction medicine, detoxification settings, and a methadone clinic.
Interested applicants can find more information on our website. We are currently accepting applications through ERAS (ID 4044140005) for the 2023-2024 fellowship year. Please reach out to the program director Julie Childers, MD at [email protected] with any questions.
University of Utah, Women's Health Equity Fellowship
We are thrilled to share that the University of Utah, Women's Health Equity Fellowship application cycle for a July 2023 start date has been extended!
Applications are now being accepted through November 1, 2022.
The Women's Health Equity (WHE) Fellowship is designed as a two-year post-residency clinical fellowship, which aims to address health equity for women in low resource settings. WHE Fellows will work and learn in diverse settings with University partners in Kigali, Rwanda, as well as Fort Defiance, Arizona, through the Indian Health Service (IHS). Fellows will receive training in clinical care, research conduct and interpretation, and cultural, ethical, and health systems concepts related to working in low-resource settings in the U.S., and globally.
By the end of two-year fellowship, trainees will have completed the following: Master of Science in Clinical Innovation (MSCI); Community Based Participatory Research training; Coursework with the Center for American Indian Health; Cultural Competency Certificate Program; and Rwandan Cultural Awareness Training.
- Applications Due: November 1, 2022
- Interview Offer Letters Sent: November 15, 2022
- Zoom Interviews: December 1, 2022
- Offer Extended: December 15, 2022
Maternal Health: Addiction Medicine Fellowship, Boston Medical Center
About the Program
- Foundation in general addiction medicine with a unique concentration in complex obstetric care
- Multidisciplinary faculty from the Grayken Center for Addiction and Project RESPECT (Boston Medical Center's nationally recognized perinatal substance use disorder treatment program)
- Prepares future leaders for careers in the emerging field of Obstetric-Addiction Medicine
- Option for individualized graduate-level research training
- 2-year Maternal Health Addiction Fellowship designed specifically for OB/GYNs
- Expert training in complex care of birthing people with substance use disorders
- Specialized curriculum tailored to prepare fellows for ABOG and Addiction Medicine
- Board Certification upon completion
- Opportunity to pursue mentored research, education, or program development tracks
- Hosted by the Department of OB/GYN and the Grayken Center for Addiction
Applicants must have completed an OB/GYN residency and be ABOG Board eligible. Applications due September 1, 2022. For more information contact Linda Neville at (617) 638-8344 or [email protected]. Learn more about this opportunity on the Boston University Medical Center's website.
Clinical Fellowship in Reproductive Medicine and Immunology, Chicago Medical School
The Reproductive Medicine and Immunology, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Clinical Sciences Department, Chicago Medical School, Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science is offering a two-year fellow position for the Reproductive Medicine and Immunology Fellowship Program. The 24-month clinical training rotation will offer a graduating OB/GYN resident or junior faculty member in the Department of OB/GYN an opportunity to become a nationally recognized expert in the management of women with early pregnancy loss, recurrent pregnancy losses, implantation failures, pregnancy with auto-/allo-immune conditions and rheumatic diseases. The fellowship will also provide extensive experience with gynecological and obstetrical ultrasound imaging. In addition, the fellow will work with clinical laboratory immunology faculties and learn about various immunological assays. Rotations with other specialties are available, including reproductive endocrinology and infertility, maternal fetal medicine, minimally invasive surgery, and rheumatology. Through the Clinical Fellowship in Reproductive Medicine and Immunology, Chicago Medical School aims to train and develop physician-scientists, by providing them with the knowledge and clinical expertise to care for this growing population of women and to serve as educators and program directors in the replication of this program at other academic centers around the country. This is a non-accredited fellowship.
The position of clinical fellow entails provision of patient care matching with the individual physician's level of advancement and competence. A clinical fellow's responsibilities include patient care activities within the scope of their clinical privileges commensurate with the level of training, completion of a research project to further the field of reproductive immunology, attendance of clinical rounds, seminars and conferences, timely completion of medical records, and other responsibilities as assigned or as required of all members of the medical staff.
Required education and experience includes:
- Graduate of a foreign or domestic medical school.
- Completed at least four years of approved residency training in obstetrics and gynecology within the U.S.
Required knowledge skills and abilities include:
- Patient care working with a diverse population.
- Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to communicate effectively with patients, colleagues and all members of staff.
- Ability to be on rotating call.
Fellowship in Advanced OBGYN, Women's Health, at University of Buffalo, Kaleida Health
The OBGYN, Women's Health Fellowship Program is a one-year, non-ACGME accredited training program intended to advance the career of the fellow by providing advanced training opportunities.
The objective is to allow additional time in training to foster expertise in areas of interest and to develop skill in advanced gynecological and obstetrical management, as well as leadership opportunities. In collaboration with current leadership, the PGY5 fellow will work closely with the chief resident to ensure appropriate coverage of hospital patient care.
The fellowship program also provides advanced education and leadership in hospital-based and ambulatory-based obstetrics and gynecology. Possible foci include quality and safety; operating room management; medical student and resident education; advanced gynecological surgery; interdisciplinary women's health. The program is designed for a tailored experience to allow for career development. In collaboration with faculty and under the guidance and supervision of the fellowship director, the fellow will design an advanced experience in gynecology and obstetrics. Areas of focus may include family planning, surgical and ambulatory gynecology, office management, pediatric and adolescent gynecology, laborist/hospitalist medicine, quality and safety, and medical informatics. The Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences and the University at Buffalo SUNY offer robust graduate training programs that include the School of Business, Public Health, Engineering, Pharmacy, and Law. We also have schools in the allied health professions and all the basic science.
The application deadline is August 15, 2022. Applicants must have completed an ACGME accredited four-year residency-training program in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Fellows will be required to have a New York license and must be ABOG board eligible or board certified.
To apply, please submit the following documentation to the Program Manager, Amy Bumbaco, at [email protected]: CV, 3 Letters of Recommendation, USMLE / COMLEX Transcripts, CREOG Reports for PGY1-4, Medical School Transcript, MSPE and a Personal Statement.
Northwell Health South Shore University Hospital, Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra
The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, South Shore University Hospital Northwell Health, Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra, is recruiting applicants for our Hospitalist Program for the 2023–2024 academic year. Today's graduating residents seek meaningful work balanced with a satisfying personal life. Our Ob/Gyn Hospitalist fellowship program provides advanced education in hospital-based Ob/Gyn, and prepares candidates for a sustainable career of leadership, innovation, and safe, equitable, patient centered care. We ensure strong clinical, surgical, and healthcare systems training in the community academic hospital setting. The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists supports the OB/GYN hospitalist care models and the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology allows case list modifications for oral boards. he goal of the OB/GYN hospitalist fellowship program curriculum at South Shore University Hospital is to provide fellows with the experience, knowledge, and skills necessary to thrive as OB/GYN hospitalists.
South Shore University Hospital is part of the Northwell Health system and is a tertiary referral center for Eastern Long Island located in Bay Shore, New York, approximately 60 miles east of New York City. Application enrollment will begin April 1, 2022, with the first deadline of September 28, 2022.
For more information please visit: https://professionals.northwell.edu/continuing-professional-education/fellowship-obgyn-hospitalist-program-south-shore. Please address inquiries to Hospitalist Fellowship Program Director, Dr. Brigid McCue at [email protected] and Program Coordinator Ms. Cathy Barnes at [email protected].
Emory University School of Medicine Lower Anogenital Screening and Treatment Fellowship, Atlanta, GA
The Emory University School of Medicine, Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics, Division of Gynecologic Specialties is seeking applicants for a 1-year fellowship in Lower Anogenital Screening and Treatment. The fellowship is accepting applications to begin in July 2022.
This program is designed to provide in-depth training to obstetrician-gynecologists in colposcopy and anoscopy techniques for female and male patients. Fellows will be trained in colposcopy and high-resolution anoscopy by experienced, credentialed faculty. Fellows will develop skills in the evaluation and treatment of cervical and anal dysplasia, as well as other complex conditions affecting the lower female genital tract.
The fellow will have an appointment at the Associate level, will receive clinical and surgical training, and will provide inpatient (including Labor and Delivery) and outpatient services. The fellow will participate in patient care at Emory University Hospitals, Clinics, Grady Memorial Hospital, and other affiliated sites. Fellows will attend didactics and weekly Grand Rounds, and they will actively participate in teaching residents and medical students.
The fellow is expected to be engaged in their own active research project, which will culminate in a presentation during the Department's Resident and Fellow Research Day at the end of the year. Twenty percent of the fellowship will be dedicated to research time with ample opportunity for mentorship. The fellow will also have access to a team of researchers and a statistician to assist with their research project. If interested, the fellow can enroll in public health courses at the Rollins School of Public Health as part of the fellowship.
The fellow will have the opportunity to be involved in international outreach and education around cervical cancer in Latin America. Specifically, they will be engaged in a cervical cancer screening program in a rural setting in Latin America early in the fellowship, followed by anal cancer screening program via high resolution anoscopy in the Caribbean or Latin American. The fellow will be expected to attend the High Resolution Anoscopy Course in order to become HRA certified. The fellow will be able to present at several meetings including ASCCP, International Anal Neoplasia Society (IANS), International Papillomavirus Conference, ACOG, and/or SGO. Finally, the fellow will have the opportunity to participate in clinical trials, specifically the Anal Cancer/HSIL Outcomes Research (ANCHOR), Women’s Interagency HIV Study (WIHS), and Multicenter AIDS Cohort Study (MACS) protocols.
Interested candidates must be eligible for medical licensure in the State of Georgia and be board eligible/board certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Salary and benefits are competitive at the appropriate PGY level.
For consideration, applicants must submit an online application at the Emory University Career Website. This application should include a CV, cover letter, and the names of three professional references. Apply by using the Emory University Careers website.
For more information, email Program Coordinator Meghan Sullivan at [email protected].
Creighton Obstetrics and Gynecology Women's Imaging Fellowship, Phoenix, Arizona
Established in 2014, this fellowship is designed as a post-residency transition to academic practice, subspecialty fellowship, or private practice for graduating residents in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Combined training is provided through the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology and the Department of Radiology in women's imaging with ultrasound as the primary modality. Instruction in complementary imaging modalities using computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging is incorporated into the curriculum. The fellowship instructors are all Board-certified, fellowship-trained, academic faculty with an emphasis in women';s imaging and body imaging.
The fellow works part-time performing inpatient and outpatient Ob/Gyn services and resident supervision for the Creighton-Phoenix Ob/Gyn residency program as a member of the faculty. The remaining time is spent on fellowship duties including performance and interpretation of women's imaging studies. While the focus is primarily on gynecologic ultrasound, there is ample opportunity to incorporate fetal and breast ultrasound based on the fellow's preference. The fellow can elect for a one or two-year track while earning a Master's Degree.
For a full description of the fellowship and employment benefits, see our website: https://alliance.creighton.edu/residencies-fellowships/fellowship-programs/womens-imaging.
Applications are open for 2022-23 academic year. Applicants must be Ob/Gyn board eligible, meet hospital credentialing requirements, and able to start by July 15, 2022.
Please submit a short personal statement, current CV, and letter of good standing from your department chair or residency program director. Additional letters of reference may be requested for completion of the application. All application materials and other inquiries may be submitted by email to [email protected].
University of Colorado, OB/GYN Hospitalist Fellowship
The University of Colorado is accepting applications for the Ob/Gyn Hospitalist fellowship. The University of Colorado is proud to be among the first in the nation to offer a one-year Fellowship in ob/gyn hospitalist medicine. Our department believes strongly that this is the future of our field and we are excited to be in the forefront of establishing the role of the academic hospitalist. The goal of this program is to train a fellow who will go on to become a leader in academic ob/gyn hospitalist medicine. The fellow will be exposed to a wide variety of clinical situations, as well as to the quality and safety metrics of hospital medicine. The fellow will gain experience in being team lead while mastering the art of teamwork and teaching. For more information on how to apply visit https://medschool.cuanschutz.edu/ob-gyn/fellowships/ob-gyn-hospitalist-fellowship.
We are currently accepting applications for a fellow to start July 2022.
- Current CV
- Cover letter outlining desire to pursue an OB-GYN Hospitalist Fellowship
- Three letters of reference (must be submitted by interview day)
- CREOG Score Reports
Please email these items to [email protected] and state in your email you are applying for OB-GYN Hospitalist Fellowship.
With additional questions please contact Courtney Furstenberg, fellowship coordinator, at (303) 724-2034.
UC Irvine OB/GYN Hospitalist Fellowship Program, Irvine, California
The Hospitalist Fellowship Program is a one year, non-ACGME training program that is geared toward OB-GYNs who are interested in leadership roles in hospital medicine.
The fellowship program provides advanced education in hospital-based obstetrics and gynecology, focused on maximizing patient safety.
This program provides strong clinical, surgical and healthcare systems training in both academic and community hospital settings. High-quality training is given by experienced OB-GYN hospitalist, maternal fetal medicine, gynecologic oncology, family planning and anesthesiology faculty. Fellows are also exposed to national leaders in the specialty at the annual Society of OB-GYN Hospitalists meeting, where fellows can present research projects.
Applicants must have completed an accredited four-year residency training program in obstetrics and gynecology. Graduates of foreign medical schools must have a standard ECFMG certificate and completed postgraduate training in the United States. Fellows will be required to have a California license, in addition to being ABOG board eligible or board certified.
2023-2024 Academic Year Timeline: Applications will be accepted starting July 1, 2022. We will continue to accept applications until October 3, 2022. Virtual Interviews will be help on October 7, 2022. Fellowship commencement is July 1, 2023.
To be considered for an interview, please submit a resume and cover letter to [email protected]. A full online application will be required in advance of the interview.
Please visit our website for more information:: https://www.obgyn.uci.edu/hospitalist-fellowship.asp.
David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, Los Angeles, California
The Departments of Urology and Obstetrics & Gynecology at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA are jointly accepting applications for four, 2-year research fellowship positions in Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Training in Urologic and Gynecologic Cancers (PCORT UroGynCan) which begins in July 2022.
The UCLA PCORT UroGynCan is looking for postdoctoral researchers across a broad spectrum of disciplines who are committed to an academic or public health career centered on improving care and conducting outcomes research in urologic/gynecologic oncology. This new mentored training program is specifically designed to prepare outstanding postdoctoral scholars for research careers focused on development and uptake of new scientific discoveries and innovations that improve the design, delivery, and outcomes of reproductive system cancer care at the individual, population, and health care system levels.
Qualified candidates must possess one or more doctoral degrees (MD, MD/PhD, PhD, or DrPH) and are required to be a US citizen or legal permanent resident at the start of the fellowship appointment. Rank and salary commensurate with training and any prior postdoctoral research experience.
To apply please submit your CV, cover letter, short- and long- term career goals and a shortlist of potential faculty mentors to [email protected]. Please also seek 3 letters of support from faculty or colleagues with whom you have worked to be sent directly to [email protected].
Visit our website, https://www.uclahealth.org/urology/pcort, for more information.
UNC Obstetrics and Gynecology Women’s Reproductive Health Fellowship-Chapel Hill, North Carolina
The UNC Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology is seeking candidates for the Women’s Reproductive Health Fellowship. The department is committed to developing the next generation of well-trained clinician researchers in order to advance the health and health care of women across the lifespan. To achieve this goal, the Division of Obstetrics and Gynecology, in collaboration the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health, offers a 2-year clinical-research fellowship with the aim to increase the number of academic specialists pursuing successful faculty careers, engaging in clinical care, research and teaching. As part of the program, fellows obtain formal didactic training, expert mentoring and develop a clear research plan.
Fellows receive training and a Master’s in Clinical Research through the Department of Epidemiology in the School of Public Health. Fellows actively engage in clinical activities, including outpatient care, labor and delivery, in-service gynecology attending and gynecologic surgery. In addition to clinical and research experience, fellows develop strong leadership skills, enhance their communications abilities and learn to lead clinical and research teams. Fellows dedicate 50% time to clinical activities and 50% time to research/research training. The fellowship program is housed within the UNC Center for Women’s Health Research and the Division of General Ob/Gyn, and is led by Wanda Nicholson, MD MPH and John Thorp, MD.
Interested applicants are asked to submit a current CV, three letters of recommendation (including one from your current program director or department chair) and a 1-2 page personal statement describing your career and research objectives and interest in the fellowship to Linda Holst, Fellowship Coordinator at [email protected]. Applications will be accepted until January 31, 2021.
UAB Global Women’s Reproductive Health Fellowship – Birmingham, Alabama
The University of Alabama at Birmingham is seeking applicants with Ob/Gyn background with co-sponsorship by the UAB OBGYN department although future fellows may have background training in Ob/Gyn, Pediatrics, Internal Medicine, Family Medicine or Public Health.
The goal of the global women’s reproductive health 2-year fellowship is to provide high quality patient care, high impact research, and world class educational opportunities for health care providers interested in women’s reproductive and children’s health in low resource settings worldwide. Potential sites include but are not limited to Cameroon, Kenya, South Africa and Zambia or selected rural Alabama locations. Focus areas include obstetrics, gynecology, contraception/family planning, infections, newborn/infant health and reproductive cancers.
The fellowship program will be housed within the UAB Center for Women’s Reproductive Health (CWRH), a university-wide interdisciplinary research center and is led by Alan T.N. Tita, MD, MPH, PhD, Professor and Director, CWRH.
Additional information on the fellowship can be obtained by contacting the Program Coordinator at [email protected] . Interested applicants are asked to submit a current CV, three letters of recommendation (including one from your current program director or department chair) and a one-page personal statement describing your research interests and how they relate to global women’s reproductive health including long term career goals directly to Kathy Selman, Program Coordinator at [email protected]. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.