The division of nephrology offers positions for first and second year renal fellows and occasional additional research opportunities. The patient-oriented training program encompasses didactic and bedside instruction, analysis of current literature and both clinical and laboratory research.
The diverse interests of our talented faculty combined with the outstanding strengths of Texas Teach Health Sciences Center as a leading Institute in health care and medical education, allows us to have a strong Renal Fellowship Program. We offer competitive Nephrology Fellowship Training Program and a combined Nephrology and Critical Care Fellowship Training Program.
All applications should come to us through ERAS (Electronic Residency Application
Service). We will be participating in the NRMP Match and will accept applications
for the fellowship from July 15 to September 30 of each year. Your application will
be reviewed and then selected applicants will be contacted to schedule interviews.
Inquires concerning the nephrology fellowship can be directed to the fellowship coordinator.