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Nephrology Fellowship

How to Apply

Our program participates in the Pediatric Nephrology Fellowship Match. Applications for the Children’s National Medical Center Nephrology Fellowship must be submitted via the Electronic Residency Application Program (ERAS).  All Pediatric Nephrology programs are now on a fall recruitment (match) cycle.  The next cycle will begin in the summer of 2012 for fellowships beginning the following July 2013.

Important Dates for ERAS 2013 Fellowship Applicants:

  • 1 July 2012:   Applicants start applying to programs
  • 15 July 2012:   Programs download applications
  • November 2012:   Fall match results are available (exact date TBD)
  • July 2013:   Fellows report for training

Applications will be considered through 1 November 2012.  When your completed application has been received and reviewed, you will be notified if you will be offered an interview opportunity commencing late July 2012.  Interviews will be conducted on most Thursdays from late July through early November 2012.  We encourage applicants to apply earlier in the application process to insure flexibility with interview scheduling.

To apply to the Children’s National Medical Center Nephrology Fellowship Program, please register with ERAS.  An application will be considered complete once the online ERAS form is complete and you have uploaded: 3 letters of reference, USMLE scores, your curriculum vitae and a personal statement.

International Graduates

In accordance with Children’s National Medical Center policy, foreign medical graduates must have a J1 VISA, which will require approval from the Designated Institutional Official and the Nephrology Program Director.

We appreciate your interest in our fellowship program and look forward to reviewing your completed application.


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