Educational Curriculum

The fellowship program curriculum provides the opportunity for trainees to achieve cognitive knowledge and procedural skills, develop interpersonal skills, professionalism, cultivate humanistic attitudes, ethical behaviors and gain supervised practical experience as a consultant in treating a wide range of clinical problems- acute and chronic- in varied patient populations (different ethnicities, age groups, socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds).   

Fellows have ready access to specialty-specific and other appropriate reference material in print or electronic format through the Rutgers University Libraries. Electronic medical literature databases with search capabilities are be available from any location.  

Our fellowship offers a broad-based didactic curriculum.  Didactic Conferences are held on a regular basis and all fellows participate actively in the planning and participation of these conferences. These include: 

  • Core curriculum  
  • Renal grand rounds 
  • Journal Club 
  • NephSAP/board review  
  • Research conference 
  • General pathology 
  • Transplant pathology 
  • Problem-based learning  
  • Emergency lecture series 
  • Baxter PD and CVVHD lectures

To learn more about our fellowship program, including clinical experience and rotation scedules, click here