At a Glance
Facts about the Nephrology Fellowship Program.
Two- and 3-year clinical and research training options offering a broad knowledge base in renal physiology and pathophysiology and first-hand experience in evaluating and managing nephrology-related disorders.
The Einstein-Montefiore Nephrology Fellowship Program curriculum includes broad-based clinical education and experience in caring for patients with renal diseases, with activities and experiences tailored to each fellow's career goals.
Goals & Objectives
Educational goals for the Einstein-Montefiore Nephrology Fellowship Program and for a competency-based core curriculum.
A description of the fellowship training experience during years 1, 2, and 3.
Lectures & Conferences
A listing of the Nephrology Fellowship's 50+ core curriculum lectures per year.
Clinical & Educational Resources
Resources available to fellows include clinical facilities, research databases, libraries, and funding to attend national nephrology conferences.
Delineation of privileges for first-year and second-year nephrology fellows.
Program administrators and administrator roles.
Evaluation and Assessment
Evaluations and ABIM eligibility, fellow evaluations by faculty, fellow responsibilities, and program director responsibilities.
Fellow Accomplishments & Awards
Published abstracts, publication of original research, abstracts presented at national specialty meeting, chapters in medical textbook, and oral presentations to the NY Society of Nephrology.
Admission & Application
Admission requirements for the Einstein-Montefiore Nephrology Fellowship Program.