The Department of Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) is committed to providing educational opportunities for medical professionals, residents, and fellows. Our goal is to train the future leaders and innovators in the field of Medicine.
The Department of Medicine sponsors both ACGME-accredited and nonaccredited subspecialty fellowships. Several of the fellowships are joint programs with other Harvard Medical School-affiliated institutions. Young physicians, including many from the department’s own residency programs, seek subspecialty training in our programs each year. Clinical fellows staff inpatient services, attend ambulatory clinics, and serve as mentors for both medical students and residents rotating through the specialty service. The fellowship programs at the Department of Medicine also extend to include a research year. Each year, graduates from our fellowship programs are selected as new junior faculty, both at BWH and at other prestigious institutions.
BWH/MGH Joint Nephrology Training Program
Hospice and Palliative Medicine Fellowship
MGH/BWH/DFCI Joint Hematology/Oncology Fellowship
Advanced Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology Fellowship
Advanced Gastroenterology Endoscopy Fellowship
Advanced Interventional Cardiology Fellowship
Bariatric Endoscopy Fellowship
Burke Advanced Fellowship in Pulmonary Heart Disease
Cardiology Critical Care Pathway Fellowship
Global Women’s Health Fellowship
Inflammatory Bowel Disease Fellowship
Interventional Nephrology Fellowship
Nephrology Transplant Fellowship
Non-Invasive Cardiovascular Imaging Fellowship
Senior Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship
Continuing Medical Education
Visit our Continuing Medical Education (CME) page for more information.
This page was last modified on 12/16/2016