The UMMC Pediatric Rheumatology fellowship program is a three-year fellowship that focuses on:
Prior to start of the fellowship, a successful completion of three years of the US ACGME-approved Pediatric training is required. Completion of the Rheumatology fellowship program requires passage of the American Board of Pediatrics exam.The division's board-certified academic rheumatologists and rheumatology fellows provide consultative services at Children’s of Mississippi (Batson Tower, and the Joe and Kathy Sanderson Tower), University Physicians - Grants Ferry and Children’s of Mississippi - Gulf Coast Specialty Clinic. The division’s faculty and providers also maintain vigorous outpatient services at the Eli Manning clinic and University of Mississippi Outpatient Clinics both on site and at satellite locations.
The fellowship in Pediatric Rheumatology is dedicated to developing competent rheumatologists who embrace lifelong learning by providing excellent rheumatology training and education in a holistic and scholarly environment.
To educate and inspire the next generation of rheumatologists and to serve the children of the state of Mississippi by training and developing academically and clinically competent rheumatologists.
If you are an applicant for a fellowship position, apply through ERAS.