The Administrative Fellowship is designed to develop future leaders in health care through a variety of experiences including working closely with senior leaders, involvement in strategic projects and more.
The Baylor College of Medicine Adolescent Medicine fellows will become health leaders who demonstrate expertise in clinical service, teaching, scholarly activity, administration and advocacy in adolescent health. The Adolescent Medicine interdisciplinary faculty includes 5 board-certified adolescent medicine physicians, 3 mental health providers and 2 dietitians who comprehensively address complex medical problems including: eating disorders, obesity, young women's health care needs and chronic fatigue.
Our Critical Care Medicine fellows train in a 31-bed Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU), a 21-bed Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit (CVICU), and a 36-bed Progressive Care Unit (PCU) to master the latest in patient care and research.
Faculty in our department perform over 15,000 outpatient and over 4,000 in-patient consultations yearly, allowing for the opportunity to train in a wide variety of clinical and research settings.
Our innovative program provides 36 months of training through pediatric rotations in the United States and 12 months of training at one of the Baylor International Pediatric AIDS Initiative (BIPAI) Centers of Excellence in Africa.
Learn about our excellent educational opportunities, including neonatal-perinatal medicine fellowships and training for medical students, residents, and nutritionists in patient care and research.
We offer both residency opportunities and fellowship opportunities in both pediatric nephrology and pediatric critical care nephrology.
Our residents and fellows in pediatric neurology have the opportunity to train with the best pediatric neurologists and developmental neuroscientists.
This 1-year clinical fellowship prepares our fellows to provide the best in patient care while furthering the field through research in an academic medicine setting.
Our 7-year residency program prepares our residents for both patient care and research by involving both an integrated 1-year internship and a year devoted to basic science or clinical research.
The Leadership Education in Adolescent Health (LEAH) nutrition program allows one to complete a dietetic internship while completing a LEAH fellowship.
With the opportunity to log 500 to 1000 cases as a surgeon or assistant in their first year, our fellows train with a committed staff in both inpatient and outpatient settings.
Learn about excellence in pediatric care in this partnership between Baylor College of Medicine, Texas Children's Hospital, and Ben Taub General Hospital.
The Pediatric Sports Medicine fellowship is an ACGME approved 1-year fellowship started in 1995. The fellow applicants must be residency trained in pediatrics or med/peds. Clinical experiences in the fellowship include adult and pediatric patients in clinic, collegiate and high school training rooms and event coverage, operating room, physical therapy gym and community endurance event coverage. Education is a priority in this program. The fellow will be a team physician during training.
Our pharmacy residencies create an environment conducive to developing the clinical skills of pharmacy students, residents, and pharmacists to provide optimal pediatric pharmacy care.
This 12-month clinical and didactic training program provides advanced surgical training to physician assistants.
We have 3 fellowships accepting applications now and offering opportunities for clinical and/or basic science training of the first caliber.
Surgery Research Fellowships
Our pediatric urology fellows complete 1 year of clinical training and 1 year of basic science research to prepare them for a career in academic pediatric urology.
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