Internal Medicine Pediatric Track fellows have full time 1 month rotations. Available blocks include:
- ENT-Opportunity to learn ENT approach to treatment of rhinitis, otitis and sinusitis, improve ability in ready sinus CT scans, and to master technique of fiberoptic rhinolaryngoscopy. Fellows can observe sinus surgery if interested and can have a virtual surgical experience using a computer controlled surgical dummy.
- Dermatology – Fellows spend one full month in a full-time, formal dermatology rotation.
- Pulmonary-Opportunity to learn Pulmonary approach to management of asthma, learn methacholine challenge technique, performance and interpretation of pulmonary function testing, improve ability in reading chest CT scans. Fellows can also rotate through the emergency department to learn management of acute asthma in the ED setting.
- Primary immunodeficiency – Fellows spend time in the faculty practice office of Dr. Arye Rubinstein who has a very large population of patients with primary immunodeficiency problems including SCID. Bruton’s agammaglobulinemia. DiGeorge syndrome, CVID, etc.
- Rheumatology – Fellows have a one month rotation with the Rheumatology Division (Adult and Pediatric).
Adult track fellows have the opportunity to design their own elective rotation schedules based on their educational needs and interests. These are usually taken as part-time participation in one-month blocks for some electives and as full-time, one-month blocks for others (e.g. Dermatology). The schedule is very flexible and can be adjusted based on the educational and research needs of the fellow.