The overall goal of the program is the consummate preparation of physicians as allergy and immunology specialists. The fellowship training program meets this goal by building on the established tradition of excellence while developing new ideas in the following areas: mentorship/professional development, fellowship balance, education, patient care, and research.
The Department of Pediatrics at Duke University Medical Center currently trains 60 fellows in a wide variety of subspecialty programs. Our pediatric fellowship programs are designed to provide outstanding training to prepare our fellows to excel as subspecialty clinicians, researchers, and teachers within the field of pediatrics. The depth and rigor of our subspecialty training — including opportunities for research — attracts talented physicians and other professionals from programs across the nation. The Department of Pediatrics offers training in 25 subspecialty programs: 13 ACGME-accredited fellowships plus 3 combined fellowships, 9 institutionally approved fellowships, along with several 4th year advanced research fellowship opportunities.