The Yale Department of Anesthesia provides a variety of clinical fellowships. We offer a wide range of supervised opportunities for fellowship trainees.
- Quality and Safety
- Pain Medicine
- Critical Care
Pediatric Anesthesia Fellowship
Pediatric Anesthesia Fellowship
The Pediatric Anesthesiology Fellowship Program is a 12-month program approved by the American Board of Anesthesiology and the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). Our program focuses on preparing our graduates to become leaders in pediatric anesthesiology.
• Duration of Fellowship:1 year clinical - Can be extended for additional research training
• Number of Fellows: 2
Pediatric Anesthesiology Fellowship Program
Robust clinical and translational research opportunities exist for fellows. The Department participates in the National Clinician Scholars program and has a NIH sponsored T-32 training program
The Pediatric Anesthesiology Fellowship Program at Yale-New Haven Hospital is a 12-month program approved by the American Board of Anesthesiology and the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). Our program focuses on preparing our graduates to become leaders in pediatric anesthesiology. The fellowship provides outstanding clinical experience in all aspects of pediatric anesthesiology including: general surgery, orthopedics/spine, dental, neonatal, cardiac, neurosurgical, craniofacial, head and neck (ENT), ophthalmic, GI (including endoscopy), outpatient’s anesthesia. Additional rotation in pain management and pediatric regional anesthesia provides in-depth clinical experiences in these areas. Participation in pediatric critical care activities foster interdisciplinary collaborations. This program focuses on preparing our graduates for board certification in podiatric anesthesiology and careers at the Yale New Haven Children’s Hospital, a teaching tertiary care academic referral center. There are additional clinical experiences offered in outpatient settings.
How to Apply
The Resident Program at Yale participates in the electronic application process sponsored by the American Association of Medical Colleges.
Applications can be accessed at: www.aamc.org/eras (pediatric anesthesiology is a December application cycle specialty).
ERAS - Services - AAMC
Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS®) is a service that transmits the MyERAS application and supporting documentation from applicants and their Designated Dean's Office to program director
The Pediatric Anesthesiology Program Directors have additional instructions for applicants to complete when applying for Pediatric Anesthesiology Fellowships.
Please see this document for more details:
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Thank you for your interest in applying to a Pediatric Anesthesiology Fellowship.
Applications will be ranked, and selected candidates will be invited to the Department for an interview. When they come, those with an identified academic research interest can meet with potential mentors or research collaborators. There will be a presentation of the fellowship year that will include a presentation of academic and research activities in which fellows may participate. Applicants will meet with our faculty and residents, and will tour the medical center, the operating rooms and the intensive care units. If we want you to join our program, we will contact you after the interview. If any positions are still available, after all interview sessions are completed, applicants will be ranked and the names of the top-ranked applicants will be submitted to the NRMP for the Match Program.
If you are interested in learning more about the Anesthesiology Pediatric Fellowship, please contact Christine Baer / email@example.com