Other Pediatric Fellowship Programs

Children's National Health System training programs offer top-notch medical education and experience complementing Children's commitment to excellence. Fellows participate in a rigorous curriculum providing many research, conference, and learning opportunities.

Fetal and Transitional Medicine Fellowship

During this intensive one-year training program the trainee is immersed in the clinical evaluation and management of fetal conditions across the entire spectrum from primary genetic to acquired environmental conditions.

General Academic Pediatric Fellowship

The General Academic Pediatrics Fellowship trains community-based general academic primary care pediatricians who will be experts addressing the health care needs of underserved communities by serving as a bridge between the community and academic organizations.

Hospital Medicine Fellowship

The Pediatric Hospital Medicine Fellowship is structured over three years to allow adequate time for mastery of the skills necessary for completion of a scholarly project.

Neuro-Oncology Fellowship

The pediatric neuro-oncology fellowship program is one of a very few highly specialized programs in the country. It is designed to take advantage of a very large clinical program with worldwide renown in clinical care and the research of pediatric brain tumors.