Fellowship Research: Jason Brucker, MDCurriculum
Clinical training and clinical or basic research. Experiences include inpatient and ambulatory rheumatology, ambulatory rotations with other clinical subspecialties, didactic conferences, research, continuing medical education and participation at professional meetings, development of teaching skills.
There are 11 full-time faculty members, with a ratio of 3 faculty members per fellow. Additional voluntary faculty rheumatologists in private practice bring clinical expertise to the program.
Details of the program’s fellow evaluations, faculty and program evaluations, and communication and feedback.
Patient Population and Disease Mix
A diverse patient population with diseases including rheumatoid arthritis, systemic lupus, spondyloarthropathies, crystal-induced arthritides, infectious arthritis, osteoarthritis, fibromyalgia, and soft tissue rheumatism.
Four Bronx hospitals with varying types of patient populations.
Lectures and Conferences
A dynamic educational curriculum of internal didactics and courses as well as external congresses and conferences within the fields of rheumatology, immunology and musculoskeletal health.
Rheumatology elective courses are available for Internal Medicine residents and fellows, Internal Medicine trainees from other training programs.
Recent Fellows' Publications
Articles published by fellows, 2001 to present.
Current and Past Fellows
Listing of rheumatology fellows, 1995 to present.
Stipend and Contract
List of resident stipend amounts and house officer agreement letter.
Admission and Application
Application deadline, materials, interviews, and contact information.
Rheumatology division office and program administrators.