In some cases, fellows find they need more than three years of training to launch their careers. Perhaps they wish to pursue independent research careers, or wish to hone their clinical mastery of sub-subspecialty areas. Opportunities for these fellows exist at Cincinnati Children’s.
We work with fellows interested in advanced research training to address their needs and interests. Many of them have been very competitive in obtaining institutional William Cooper Procter Scholarships and fellowships from the National Institutes of Health and other foundations.
We also offer several one-year advanced clinical fellowships in Transplant Hepatology, Motility and Neurogastroenterology, and Nutrition.