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Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine Fellowship

The Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine Fellowship Program at the University of Rochester equips pediatricians with the skills, knowledge, and experience they need for a successful and fulfilling career in neonatology. Our fellows are provided with a broad range of opportunities that allow them to personalize their neonatology training to best suit their long-term career goals. Our program has a long and distinguished history of educating neonatologists, many of whom have gone on to become national and international leaders in our field. The Division of Neonatology includes a number of nationally recognized leaders in clinical, educational and research organizations such as the Organization of Neonatology Program Directors, NICHD Neonatal Research Network, and the American Thoracic Society, leading major program development and research projects.

The Neonatology Fellowship is a three-year ACGME-accredited program with 2-3 fellows per year of training. The program accepts applications through ERAS. Individuals who have completed an ACGME-certified pediatric residency, and who are U.S. citizens, permanent residents, or who hold a J1 (not H1B) visa are considered for fellowship training.

Welcome from the Director

Our Fellowship by the Numbers

68

Level IV Beds

1100

Admissions per Year

32

Combined Clinical and Research Faculty

93 %

First Time Board Pass Rate

Hear From Our Fellows

What Sets Us Apart

Train at a Regional Perinatal Center

Fellows provide excellent family-centered patient care in a 68-bed Level IV NICU and a Level II Special Care Unit to a diverse patient population from the 15 counties of Western NY State.

Research and Mentoring

Multidisciplinary grant-funded research teams through the NIH and other agencies develop the next generation of clinical, translational, basic science, quality improvement, biomedical ethics, and educational researchers.

Education Opportunities

Join a division with a national reputation for educational excellence and even earn advanced degrees during fellowship. Masters programs are available with a 95% tuition benefit.

Follow Our Fellows on a Tour

What Our Fellows Say...

Angela Tyson, D.O.

"Rochester has a way to train you not only to be great at medical management for patient care, research, and teaching… it helps you reach and strive for what you’re looking for in your life, and I think that’s equally important for mentorship and support."

Angela Tyson, D.O.

Medical School / The Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine Carolinas Campus
Residency / Oklahoma State University Medical Center
Hometown / Mount Holly, NC

With your safety in mind, all Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine Fellowship interviews for positions starting in the 2021-2022 academic year will only be offered virtually. View application information.

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