Our fellowship programs give you access to excellence. And if you share our commitment to do what’s best for children, there’s no doubt you can make an impact here at Nationwide Children’s Hospital.
Medical Fellowship Programs
The Academic General Pediatrics Fellowship trains general pediatricians to become academic leaders of the future with the pediatric generalist approach.
The Adolescent Medicine Fellowship prepares fellows for a career in adolescent medicine in a variety of clinical and academic settings.
The Columbus Ohio Adult Congenital Heart Disease Fellowship Program is designed for those interested in a cardiovascular career specializing in the care of adults with congenital heart disease.
The fourth-year Advanced Noninvasive Cardiac Imaging Fellowship offers advanced training in transthoracic, transesophageal, and fetal echocardiography, as well as cardiac MRI and CT.
The Allergy Immunology Fellowship is a two-year fellowship open to candidates who have already completed their internal medicine or pediatrics training.
We offer a one-year Bone Marrow Transplant Fellowship for qualified physicians who wish to pursue further training in pediatric blood and marrow transplantation.
The Cardiology Fellowship offers a well-rounded experience in all facets of pediatric and adult congenital cardiology.
The Ohio State University College of Medicine and the Center for Family Safety and Healing provide a three-year Fellowship Program in Child Abuse Pediatrics.
The Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship is a two-year program that trains child and adolescent psychiatrists to meet the needs of youth and families.
The two-year Clinical Informatics Fellowship trains qualified physicians who are board-certified in any primary specialty and wish to improve health care and health outcomes for patients and populations.
Nationwide Children’s Hospital and The Ohio State University offer a two-year fellowship in Clinical Laboratory Genetics and Genomics (LGG) Fellowship.
The Clinical Neuro-Oncology Fellowship provides a broad range of experience in the management of children, adolescents and young adults with primary central nervous system (CNS) tumors.
Nationwide Children’s Hospital and The Ohio State University offer an ACGME-accredited, one year Clinical Neurophysiology Fellowship.
The one-year Craniofacial Speech Pathology Fellowship consists of clinical and research training in the assessment and treatment of cleft lip and palate, pediatric speech disorders, craniofacial anomalies and more.
The Pediatric Dermatology Fellowship trains dermatologists to become pediatric dermatology experts who provide care to children with dermatologic disorders in both the outpatient and inpatient settings of pediatric tertiary care centers.
Our Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics Fellowship prepares pediatricians for an academic career in Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics.
The Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship prepares physicians for an academic career in Pediatric Emergency Medicine.
Nationwide Children's Hospital offers a three-year pediatric Endocrinology Fellowship.
The Pediatric Gastroenterology Fellowship Program educates the next generation of academic, pediatric gastroenterologists to practice innovative, evidence-based, multidisciplinary medicine.
Nationwide Children's Hospital offers a one-year Gastroenterology Motility Fellowship.
The Hematology, Oncology and BMT Fellowship provides a broad range of experience in hematology, oncology and stem cell transplant.
The Joan Fellowship in Pediatric Hemostasis-Thrombosis provides advanced training to physicians desiring a career dedicated to bleeding and clotting disorders.
The one-year Hospice and Palliative Medicine Fellowship provides exposure to disease processes often referred to palliative and hospice care.
The Pediatric Hospital Medicine Fellowship Program develops academic pediatric hospitalists who are experts in the care of acutely and chronically ill hospitalized newborns, children and adolescents.
The one-year Infectious Disease Host Defense Fellowship provides additional training and expertise in the comprehensive management of infections in immunocompromised children.
The Pediatric Infectious Diseases Fellowship prepares pediatric-trained physicians to become competent infectious disease clinicians and capable bench and/or clinical researchers.
The Neonatal and Infant Feeding Disorders Fellowship is a one year, advanced program targeted to understanding the mechanisms of developmental gastrointestinal motility and neonatal and infant feeding disorders.
The Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine Fellowship provides fellows with exceptional training in the areas of clinical care, research and academic scholarship with the goal of preparing them for successful careers in academic neonatology.
The Pediatric Nephrology Fellowship provides fellows with the knowledge and expertise to be highly effective clinicians and investigators who can improve the lives of children with kidney disease.
The Neuromuscular Genetic Therapeutics Fellowship provides a unique training opportunity for translational research in neuromuscular disease.
Pediatric Pathology Fellowships combine a strong curriculum, nurturing learning environment, and flexibility regarding electives and research projects.
The Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship offers a comprehensive training experience with a diverse clinical service, a structured research experience and a thorough academic curriculum.
The three-year Pediatric Pulmonary Fellowship trains fellows for pediatric pulmonology careers.
Nationwide Children’s Hospital offers a one-year Pediatric Stroke Fellowship for a post-graduate physician interested in expanding their training and knowledge in the diagnosis and treatment of pediatric stroke patients.
The Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Fellowship was established in 2002 to train physicians in the physiatric care of children.
The ACGME-accredited Rheumatology Fellowship program at Nationwide Children’s Hospital offers a well-rounded experience in pediatric rheumatology.
Surgical Fellowship Programs
The Adolescent Bariatric Surgery Fellowship trains fellows to meet the needs of adolescent bariatric patients.
Nationwide Children's Hospital offers a Congenital Cardiac Surgery Fellowship.
Nationwide Children's Hospital offers a Minimally Invasive Surgery Fellowship.
The Pediatric Ophthalmology Fellowship provides supervised, clinical training in the examination, diagnosis, medical and surgical treatment of ocular and visual system disorders in infants and children.
The Orthopedics Fellowship prepares individuals for the clinical and academic practice of children's orthopaedics.
The Otolaryngology Fellowship educates and trains the next generation of pediatric otolaryngologists.
The Pediatric Colorectal Fellowship provides training in advanced colorectal surgery and collaborating specialties, including GI Motility and pelvic reconstruction.
The Pediatric Colorectal Research Fellowship is a one- or two-year program focusing on the treatment and long-term outcomes of patients with pediatric colorectal problems.
Nationwide Children's Hospital offers a Pediatric Neurosurgery Fellowship.
The Pediatric Pelvic Reconstruction Fellowship is a one-year program intended for candidates who seek additional training in complex and rare procedures.
Established in 1950, the Pediatric Surgery Residency at Nationwide Children's Hospital is regarded among the most prestigious and comprehensive pediatric surgical training programs in the United States.
The Pediatric Plastic and Craniofacial Surgery Fellowship focuses on a team approach to various disorders including cleft lip and palate, resonance disorders, craniofacial anomalies, hemangiomas/vascular malformations and pediatric upper extremity disorders.
The Pediatric Surgical Critical Care Fellowship is an ACGME-accredited, one-year surgical subspecialty fellowship program.
Nationwide Children's Hospital offers a Surgical Quality Improvement Research Fellowship.
Anesthesiology Fellowship Programs
Nationwide Children’s Hospital offers four one-year ACGME accredited fellowship positions in pediatric anesthesiology.
The Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine offers a non–ACGME accredited fellowship in comprehensive pediatric pain medicine.
Radiology Fellowship Programs
The one-year Pediatric Radiology Cardiac Fellowship focuses on the development of reproducible and cost-effective imaging biomarkers for common cardiovascular entities in children.
Nationwide Children's Hospital offers an Interventional Radiology Fellowship.
Nationwide Children’s Hospital offers a one-year Pediatric Radiology Neuroradiology Imaging Fellowship that teaches trainees the responsibilities and management skills required to independently manage a modern pediatric neuroradiology service.
Advanced Training Fellowships
The two-year joint Administrative Fellowship provides training in a private nonprofit, pediatric teaching hospital and a state-operated, academic medical center.
The Trueman Fellowship in Autism Treatment is a 2-year post-doctoral psychology training experience.
Nationwide Children’s Hospital offers a one-year post-graduate fellowship for new graduate Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners who are interested in building upon their knowledge base in order to treat children and adolescents with complex psychiatric disorders.
The Intellectual and Neurodevelopmental Disabilities Postdoctoral Fellowship specializes in the assessment and treatment of autism and other neurodevelopmental disabilities.
The Neonatal Physical Therapy Fellowship educates and trains physical therapists with advanced clinical competency in neonatal physical therapy.
The Psychology Post-doctoral Fellowship- Neuropsychology provides clinical training to produce an advanced level of competence in the clinical neuropsychology specialty.
The Pediatric Psychology Postdoctoral Fellowship program provides clinical experiences to develop advanced competencies in the specialty area of pediatric psychology.
The Clinical Fellowship in Quality and Safety Leadership at Nationwide Children’s Hospital provides fellows the experience and tools to drive improvements in quality of care and patient safety and ultimately lead quality and safety programs in hospitals and hospital systems.
Fellows at Nationwide Children’s have the opportunity to take advantage of additional education at The Ohio State University.