The Brown Rheumatology fellowship program is a two-year ABIM-accredited program with one fellow-in-training per year. Our fellowship is a unique program, where we collaborate with the Roger Williams Medical Center Rheumatology fellowship program (three fellows in training; two in one year, one in the other), share faculty, conferences, and clinical training sites. The fellows in each program follow a combined rotation schedule and call responsibilities.
The Brown Rheumatology fellowship program is designed for individuals interested in careers as clinical or academic-clinical rheumatologists. Our Rheumatology fellowship is offered to physicians who have completed three years of post-graduate training in Internal Medicine or two years under the ACGME research residency “short-track”. All applicants are expected to be Board Eligible in Internal Medicine when beginning the Rheumatology fellowship. It is expected that all Rheumatology Fellows will have passed USMLE I, II, and III as requirements of their internal medicine training.
Waivers to this requirement may be granted on an individual basis. Details regarding certification for ABIM candidates may be found on the ABIM website.
Brown University is an Equal Opportunity Employer and welcomes applications from minority candidates.
We use the application process provided by ERAS and participate in the National Resident Matching Program.