Nephrology Fellowship and Subspecialty Fellowships


The University of Washington is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.  We are strongly committed to increasing the number of underrepresented minorities entering careers in academic nephrology.  To this end, we strongly encourage applications of minority candidates to our program.


Nephrology Fellowship

  • Applications will be accepted exclusively through ERAS. Applications are downloaded from ERAS in July for positions starting on July 1st of the following year (e.g. July 2017 review for July 1, 2018 start date).
  • The Medical Specialties Matching Program website contains useful information regarding timelines.
  • We request applicants to submit three (3) letters of recommendation, including one from the Internal Medicine Residency Program Director. No additional information is requested other than what is submitted through ERAS.
  • Applications are screened by the Fellowship Selection Committee. Candidates whose qualifications appear to be a good match for our program will receive an email invitation to arrange a visit to Seattle for a day of interviews with Dr. Yoshio Hall, Fellowship Program Director, and other faculty within the Division of Nephrology.

Dialysis Subspecialty Fellowship

Application Requirements: Candidates are considered and accepted on the basis of their overall qualifications.

  1. US M.D. Degree or Equivalent
  2. US board certified or US board eligible in Nephrology
  3. Eligible for medical licensure in the state of Washington

Salary range: Fellow candidate will be paid on the national R-level salary scale, typically at the R-6 level.

Interested applicants: Contact the Dialysis Fellowship Program Director 

Scott D. Bieber, DO
Clinical Associate Professor
Dialysis Fellowship Program Director 
scbieber@uw.edu


Transplant Subspecialty Fellowship

Accepting applications to begin a July 1, 2019 Transplant Fellowship

Application requirements: Candidates are considered and accepted on the basis of their overall qualifications.

  1. US M.D. Degree
  2. US board certified or US board eligible in Nephrology
  3. Eligible for medical licensure in the state of Washington

Submit:

  1. Application form
  2. Resume/CV
  3. Three references, one of which should come from your Nephrology Fellowship Program Director
  4. A statement of career plans

Salary range: Fellow candidate will be paid on the national R-level salary scale, typically at the R-6 level.

Email applications to:

Suzanne Patterson
spatterson@nephrology.washington.edu
Fellowship Program Administrator