General Internal Medicine Fellowship Program

Fellowships in General Internal Medicine

The University of Pittsburgh General Internal Medicine Fellowship Program is a nationally prominent, competitive two-year program designed to prepare future leaders and innovators in academic general internal medicine. Two types of fellowships are offered - the Clinician-Researcher Fellowship and the Academic Clinician-Educator Scholars (ACES) Fellowship - each of which represents one of the major career paths of academic generalists. These fellowships have outstanding records of training accomplished leaders in research and education. In fact, 82% of the program’s 73 graduates from 1983 through June 2014 remain in academic medicine, including 90% of the 31 graduates from 2004 to 2014. Graduates hold positions at well-respected institutions all over the country, including Pitt; University of Pennsylvania; Penn State; Harvard; Brown University; Johns Hopkins; University of California, San Francisco; University of Southern California; University of California, Los Angeles; Mayo Clinic; Cleveland Clinic; Case Western Reserve; Emory University; Mount Sinai Hospital; Einstein Medical Center; and the Veterans Health Administration central office. Among the program’s graduates are a chief executive officer and a chief medical officer of major health care systems, a department chair, a vice chair, an assistant dean, several internal medicine section chiefs, three national leaders of federal health programs, a past Society of General Internal Medicine president, and numerous training program directors.

Program Calendar

Now accepting applications for July 2017 for Clinician-Researcher Fellowship Program. (ACES deadline for July 2017 has passed)
April/June 2016 Candidate interviews for July 2017
July 1, 2016 Offer letters prepared for 2017
April 15, 2017 Application deadline for 2017 Institute for Clinical Research Education, Master's program in Clinical Research or Medical Education
July 1, 2017 Fellowship begins

To be eligible to apply, applicants must possess a strong interest in academic careers, either as an educator or an investigator; must be a US citizen or permanent resident; and must be board eligible/board certified in internal medicine for the General Internal Medicine Fellowship and board eligible/board certified in internal medicine and pediatrics for the Medicine-Pediatrics Track.

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