Fellowships begin in July and are here 12 months. Exceptions can be made on an individual basis.
Our program uses ERAS for applications. We will start accepting applications for 2023 in May of 2022.
Responsibilities of the Fellowship Program include: On-call rotation on the Acute & Chronic Pain Service, active participation on the clinic and hospital services, lecture series, journal club, administrative responsibilities for the rotating residents program and, clinical and/or basic science research projects. The Pain Fellowship Program is a one year program.
Pain Management fellows must have a N.J. Medical License before they commence their fellowship. Applicants must have completed an ACGME accredited US program in Anesthesia, Neurology, Psychiatry, or Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. The University also only accepts J-1 Visa's at this time.
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A copy of a housestaff contract is available upon request at the time of interview.
For more information on New Brunswick, NJ please see the link below.
New Brunswick, NJ
For more information on North Brunswick, NJ please see the link below.
North Brunswick, NJ
For more information on Somerset, NJ please see the link below.
Somerset, NJ .
If you have any questions regarding your application please contact:
Doreen M. Stillwell
Residency Program Supervisor