Joint Nephrology Fellowship Program Description

The Brigham and Women's Hospital/Massachusetts General Hospital Joint Nephrology Fellowship Program allows physicians to gain basic and clinical research experience as well as spend time caring for patients with a variety of renal diagnoses.

Over a period of four years, renal fellowship trainees are exposed to many renal disorders, perform several specialized procedures, and receive training in renal transplantation, dialysis, and extracorporeal therapy, among others. During clinical rotations, trainees rotate across dialysis, consult, ICU and transplant services and split their time between MGH and BWH with a brief rotation at the West Roxbury VA Hospital. Each fellow will also have a half-day outpatient clinic supervised by a faculty member.

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