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Subspecialty Residency Programs
The program is accredited by the American Dental Association. The Department of Dentistry sponsors an advanced educational program in Pediatric Dentistry.
The Medical Genetics Training Program at Children’s National is a two-year residency program in medical genetics—18 months are spent in clinical and laboratory-based training, and six months are protected for research projects.
This is a comprehensive training curriculum that provides residents with combined training in pediatrics and child neurology that is designed to prepare physicians to diagnose and treat a wide range of child neurology disorders.
The Children's National Hospital educational mission is to support the highest standard of excellence in caring for children by preparing pediatric caregivers, both within and beyond our walls, to practice outstanding pediatric medicine in the 21st century.