Pulmonology Fellowship, Pediatric
Our goal is to train the next generation of pediatric pulmonologist physician-scientists and clinician educators. Fellows are educated in an environment that fosters scholarship, research, camaraderie, and safe effective compassionate care of children affected by respiratory disease. We do not hire fellows solely to meet clinical needs, and the clinical responsibilities of the fellows do not expand and contract with the number of fellows in the program. The clinical time, like the research time, is regarded as a training experience.
Beginning with Harry Nudelman and Melvin Wise in 1957, over its eight decade history, the CWRU/Rainbow program has educated many of the current leaders in pediatric pulmonology in the U.S., including department chairs, division chiefs, cystic fibrosis center directors, and funded investigators. After completion of our three year fellowship, graduates are eligible for the Pediatric Pulmonology Board examination.
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