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The goals of the Rheumatology Fellowship Program at Cincinnati Children’s are to provide training for medical and basic science researchers to pursue careers as independent investigators in the field of pediatric or adult rheumatology.
Pediatric and Adult Rheumatology
Journal Club 1 (basic science)
Journal Club 2 (clinical)
Combined Conference (Grand Rounds format)
Book Review / Reading Conference
Research in Progress Conference
* This meeting serves several purposes for the Rheumatology Clinic, including quality control, Pursuing Perfection projects and identification of patients eligible for research studies.
** Lab meetings are scheduled by individual laboratories and vary in frequency. Clinical fellows may attend lab meetings while they are trying to choose a research area, although clinical responsibilities take priority during the first year. Other research seminars of interest include the Distinguished Immunologist Seminar Series (noon on Mondays), which alternates with the regular Immunobiology Seminars in the same time slot.
Several seminar series with relevance to the program are available throughout the Cincinnati Children’s campus. Speakers from outside and within the University of Cincinnati participate, in approximately equal numbers.
All trainees in both the pediatric and adult programs will attend at least one scientific meeting per year. Additional meetings will be attended at the adviser’s and trainee’s discretion (i.e., for abstract presentation). Meetings will include:
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