Department of Medicine Fellowships
The Department of Medicine at NYU Grossman Long Island School of Medicine offers subspecialty training in a variety of fellowship programs, providing a rich academic environment for inpatient and ambulatory subspecialty education and research. As a fellow in one of our programs, you receive training in your subspecialty of interest. You also serve as a junior faculty member and play a significant role in resident education.
Allergy and Immunology Fellowship
Our two-year Allergy and Immunology Fellowship trains physicians to become specialists in allergy, asthma, and immunology and to provide culturally competent, comprehensive care to adults and children with a wide range of allergic and immunologic diseases.
Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship
Our three-year Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship provides training in all aspects of clinical cardiology, including minimally invasive procedures, and trains specialists who are well grounded in cardiac pathophysiology, evidence-based management and diagnostic strategies for cardiovascular disease, and cardiovascular research.
Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism Fellowship
Our two-year Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism Fellowship prepares physicians to care for patients with a variety of endocrine disorders, including diabetes, thyroid disease, osteoporosis, lipid abnormalities, and obesity. Fellows serve as consultants in endocrine diseases in outpatient and inpatient practice and gain hands-on experience in thyroid ultrasonography and thyroid biopsy.
Our three-year Gastroenterology Fellowship trains physicians to become specialists in gastroenterology, endoscopy, hepatology, and nutrition, and includes training in both general gastroenterology and advanced hepatology and liver transplant.
Geriatric Medicine Fellowship
Our one-year Geriatric Medicine Fellowship prepares fellows to provide expert care for a wide range of older patient populations, including functionally independent community dwellers, nursing home residents, and patients who are hospitalized with acute illnesses. It also includes outpatient experiences in neurology and physical medicine and rehabilitation.
Hospice and Palliative Medicine Fellowship
Our one-year Hospice and Palliative Medicine Fellowship educates fellows about how to best manage complex moral and ethical challenges in hospice and palliative medicine and to provide the highest-quality interdisciplinary, team-based medical care in a variety of clinical settings.
Infectious Disease Fellowship
Our two-year Infectious Disease Fellowship trains physicians to become infectious disease consultants in academic and clinical practice and to evaluate and treat patients with acute and chronic infectious diseases across the entire spectrum of the specialty.
Interventional Cardiology Fellowship
Our three-year Interventional Cardiology Fellowship trains thoughtful, humanistic, and capable clinicians who are well grounded in cardiac pathophysiology, evidence-based management and diagnostic strategies, and cardiovascular research.
In our two-year Nephrology Fellowship, fellows work closely with patients from varied backgrounds and also participate in a kidney transplant rotation at the NYU Langone Transplant Institute, working alongside physicians who are leaders in the field.
Oncology and Hematology Fellowship
Our three-year Oncology and Hematology Fellowship offers comprehensive clinical training and protected research time with a faculty mentor, and serves as an excellent introduction to future research in the discipline of oncology and hematology.
Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Fellowship
Our three-year Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Fellowship prepares physicians with the cognitive knowledge, procedural skills, interpersonal skills, professional attitudes, humanistic qualities, and practical experiences required to become a pulmonary disease and critical care medicine subspecialist
Our two-year Rheumatology Fellowship provides physicians with the training to become consultants in rheumatic and immunologic disorders. The program emphasizes the epidemiology, pathophysiology, and immunology of rheumatic diseases as well as evidence-based approaches to advanced therapeutics.
Sleep Medicine Fellowship
Our one-year Sleep Medicine Fellowship provides fellows with a multidisciplinary educational experience in the evaluation and management of both common and rare sleep disorders through a core curriculum of lectures, clinical experiences, and research.