Department of Medicine
University of Wisconsin
Nephrology Fellowship Main Page
The University of Wisconsin (UW)-Madison Nephrology Division has a July cycle Fellowship Program with three Fellow openings yearly. Our Fellowship openings have been filled for begin date July 1, 2013. Applications for UW Madison Nephrology Division Fellowship Program begin date July 1, 2014 can begin application on June 24, 2013 with a request to EFDO (see below) for MyERAS tokens.
MyERAS User Guide - MyERAS user guide is available online https://services.aamc.org/eras/myeras2014/
June 24, 2013 - EFDO https://www.erasfellowshipdocuments.org/ begins to generate and distribute MyERAS tokens. MyERAS Web site opens to fellowship applicants to register and begin working on their applications (for 2014). - Applicants use MyERAS to identify letter writers and print instructions for using the Letter of Recommendation Portal (LORP) to upload letters.
- July 1, 2013 - Fellowship applicants may apply to July application cycle programs only (for 2014).
- July 15, 2013 - ERAS PostOffice opens to July application cycle programs to download applications (for 2014).
- November 15, 2013 - Match Results available for July application cycle programs (for 2014)(if applicable).
- May 2014 - End of ERAS Season May 31, 2014 - MyERAS closes at 5:00 p.m. ET to prepare for the next (2015) ERAS season.
Training period: 2 year clinical training
Number of trainees: 6
ACGME Accreditation: Maximum cycle
- 2013 US News & World Reports
- Our program was ranked #24 in the nation
- Pediatric Nephrology ranked #48 in the nation
- UWHC ranked #1 in Madison
- Robust didactic schedule with highly involved faculty
- Opportunity to practice in both the academic and private practice setting
- Diverse population of patients for size of the city
- Independent clinic experience with excellent continuity of care
- Advanced training for fellows in interventional nephrology
- Robust transplant exposure: since the transplant program's inception in 1966, the UW Health transplant team has
performed more than 8,000 kidney transplants, making it one of the
largest programs in the country. This number includes over 1,000
simultaneous kidney-pancreas transplants performed, more than any other
program in the world.
In summary, we pride ourselves on our exceptionally comprehensive, non-discriminatory, and nationally renowned fellowship training program that has produced outstanding nephrologists in both the academic and private sectors. Please view the following videos to learn about the highlights of our program.
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