Why choose Yale for fellowship training?
Yale Pediatric fellowship programs offer rigorous clinical training in our inpatient and ambulatory sites across the Yale-New Haven Health System. Fellows have the opportunity to work collaboratively with members of the multidisciplinary team to care for a diverse patient population over a wide spectrum of acuity levels. To complement the vast clinical exposure, fellows can individualize their scholarly activities and leverage the resources and opportunities at Yale, including renowned mentors specializing in a wide range of topics. Not only are fellows able to pursue scholarly projects in clinical and laboratory-based investigation, they can choose to pursue other areas of study, including public health, epidemiology, biomedical ethics, quality improvement/ patient safety (QI/PS), medical education/ simulation, global health, and bioinformatics. During fellowship, trainees can complete the requirements for a scholarly pathway (which exist in investigation, QI/PS, medical education, global health), or consider applying for an advanced degree program through Yale University. Our programs strike an excellent balance of offering a wealth of scholarly opportunities in a world-class academic center, while still providing personal attention, mentorship, and individualized support.