Completion of the fellowship and its requirements should allow most fellows to satisfy requirements to be a United Network of Organ Sharing (UNOS) Medical Director of Renal and Pancreas Transplantation.
A transplant nephrology fellow should be committed to learning all aspects of transplant nephrology.
We follow over 3000 kidney and kidney-pancreas transplant patients in the outpatient center.
Transplant Nephrology is the primary renal consultant for solid organ transplant recipients.
We will begin offering interviews after our initial review of applications in mid to late July 2019.
We strongly encourage applicants to complete their applications (including letters of recommendation) by July 1, 2019.
This will require knowledge of past, contemporary, and insight into the future of transplant nephrology.
This will require clinical, academic and professional competence.
Management of long-term non-infectious complications (hematologic, cardiovascular, metabolic) of kidney/kidney-pancreas transplant recipients in the inpatient settingf.
Evaluation and selection of transplant candidates.g. Preoperative evaluation and preparation of transplant recipients and donors.h.