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.
Applications will be accepted exclusively through ERAS
We will begin reviewing applications in August for the 2021 Match. Our recruitment sessions will be handled virtually on September 11, 17, 25 October 1, 2 and 8.
Applications are downloaded from ERAS for positions starting on July 1st of the following year (e.g. 2020 review for July 1, 2021 start date).
The Medical Specialties Matching Program website
Useful information regarding timelines
Letters of recommendation
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 visit Seattle for a day of interviews.
This 12-month fellowship is offered to those who have completed their 1st year of ACGME accredited Nephrology Fellowship Training Program or who are Nephrology board eligible or certified. Physicians from outside the United States with interest in dialysis will also be considered. The applicant work authorization should be either J-1 visa, Permanent Resident or US Citizen (We are unable to accommodate H-1B visas).
Interested applicants should contact Jenn Perez (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the following items:
Three (3) references, one of which should come from your Nephrology Fellowship Program Director
Statement of career plans (limit 1 page)
The 2021-22 Transplant Fellowshop position is currently filled.
Applications for the 2022-23 Academic Year will be accepted
in Spring-Summer 2021.
Candidates are considered and accepted on the basis of their overall qualifications
- US board certified or US board eligible in Nephrology
- Eligible for medical licensure in the state of Washington
- Work Authorization - J1 Visa, Permanent Resident or US Citizen (No H1B visas)
Three (3) references,
one of which should come from your Nephrology Fellowship Program Director
A statement of career plans
Transplant Fellowship Director, Dr. Christopher Blosser, will review applications.
Candidates whose qualifications appear to be a good match for our program will receive an email invitation for virtual or in-person interviews.
Interviews will be held with the Transplant Fellowship Program Director and other faculty within the Nephrology & Transplant Team.
Email applications to
Jenn Perez, MBA
Fellowship Program Manager