General Internal Medicine Fellowship
NYU Langone’s Division of General Internal Medicine and Clinical Innovation offers a postdoctoral fellowship that supports physicians who are committed to careers in academic general medicine and who wish to conduct research focused on improving the quality, safety, equity, and effectiveness of care in our communities. The General Internal Medicine Fellowship prepares physicians for careers in health services and medical education research as well as leadership roles in general internal medicine.
Our division serves as an academic home to more than 500 general internists who are conducting research and educating the next generation of physicians, healthcare leaders, and medical educators. Our core mission is to transform care for diverse patient populations through excellence and innovation in research, patient care, and education.
General internal medicine fellows receive training and participate in research at the following locations:
- private inpatient locations that are part of NYU Langone, including Tisch Hospital, Kimmel Pavilion, NYU Langone Hospital—Brooklyn, and NYU Langone Hospital—Long Island
- NYU Langone–affiliated outpatient practices throughout New York City, the tristate area, and Florida
- the Family Health Centers at NYU Langone, one of the largest Federally Qualified Health Center networks in the nation
- several public hospitals in the safety net system, comprising NYC Health + Hospitals/Bellevue, NYC Health + Hospitals/Gouverneur, and NYC Health + Hospitals/Woodhull
- the federally funded VA NY Harbor Healthcare System
The two-year General Internal Medicine Fellowship is designed for postdoctoral graduate year 4 physicians and above. Those who complete the program also receive either a MS in Clinical Investigation or a Master of Health Professions Education (funded through our fellowship, separate application required), gain experience teaching internal medicine residents and medical students, and practice outpatient general internal medicine at an NYU Langone clinical location. Other program highlights include the following:
- professional development opportunities that support your career growth, including point-of-care ultrasound training (POCUS) and Education for Educators (E4E), a yearlong certificate course for clinician educators
- our Summer Orientation Series allows you to familiarize yourself with the numerous opportunities available including Meet-the-Professor Sessions, interviews with clinical and administrative leaders, data tours, and site visits
- a Weekly Integrative Seminar that provides opportunities to present your research in progress and generate discussion and feedback from peers and program faculty
- a grant writing course that offers a practical overview of the grant application process, including selection of a research focus and appropriate funding mechanisms; development of effective collaborative and mentorship relationships; building a research team; and planning and writing the scientific components of a research plan and/or career development and mentoring plan
- the opportunity to participate in an individual development plan (IDP) that allows you to be mentored in six core competencies, including conceptual knowledge, research skill development, communication skills, professionalism, leadership and management skills, and responsible conduct of research
As part of the General Internal Medicine Fellowship, fellows provide independent, outpatient clinical care that makes up 45 percent of their training time at one of several locations: NYU Langone Internal Medicine Associates, Bellevue, or VA NY Harbor Healthcare System locations in Manhattan.
General internal medicine fellows create and execute a mentored research project. Potential areas of focus include health systems research, obesity and other chronic diseases, health equity, and medical education. Fellows benefit from shared resources that include practice-based research networks, large observational databases, and a shared electronic medical record across a comprehensive academic medical system. You have access to a range of NYU Langone resources to support your research project, including the following:
- the Clinical Translational Science Institute (CTSI)
- the New York Simulation Center for the Health Sciences (NYSIM), a state-of-the-art collaborative simulation center
- the Program for Medical Education Innovations and Research (PrMEIR)
- the Institute for Excellence in Health Equity, an incubator for health equity research, medical education, and clinical care
- the Department of Population Health, which includes a diverse faculty who seek to bridge the divide of medicine and public health
- the Institute for Innovations in Medical Education, which uses education and informatics to transform medical education
- the many divisions that are part of NYU Langone’s Department of Medicine
- various faculty-led research laboratories
How to Apply
For more information, view the NYU Grossman School of Medicine General Internal Medicine Fellowship brochure. Applicants must have completed an Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME)–accredited internal medicine residency and be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident of the United States. We strongly encourage people who are underrepresented in medicine to apply.
To apply for the fellowship, please send a CV and personal statement describing your commitment to general internal medicine, areas of research interest, and how this fellowship will meet your career goals to Deborah Cooke, MS, clinical project manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NYU Langone is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer committed to diversity and inclusion in all aspects of recruiting and employment. All qualified individuals are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration without regard to race, color, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, age, religion, creed, disability, military and veteran status, genetic information, or any other factor which cannot lawfully be used as a basis for an employment decision.
General Internal Medicine Fellowship faculty conduct research and practice across different healthcare settings that offer fellows a wide range of research opportunities.
Director, Division of General Internal Medicine and Clinical Innovation
Director, Standardized Patient Program
Director, General Internal Medicine Fellowship
Director, Research Collaboration and Mentoring
Section Chief, General Internal Medicine and Clinical Innovation, Tisch Hospital
Medical Director, NYU Langone Internal Medicine Associates
Section Chief, General Internal Medicine, NYC Health + Hospitals/Bellevue
Co-Director, Addiction Medicine Fellowship
Co-Director, Medical Education Pillar, Beyond Bridges
Associate Director, Medical Education, Institute for Excellence in Health Equity
Director, Health Equity Education, NYU Grossman School of Medicine
Associate Director, Primary Care Residency Track, Internal Medicine Residency
Director, Center for Healthcare Innovation and Delivery Science
Director, Division of Healthcare Delivery Science
Co-Chief, Section on Tobacco, Alcohol and Drug Use, Department of Population Health
Principal Investigator, VA NY Harbor Healthcare System Virtual Care CORE
Chief, Medical Service, VA New York Harbor Healthcare System in Manhattan
Director, Master of Health Professions Education
Chief Medical Officer, Health + Hospitals Office of Ambulatory Care
Associate Director, Clinical Innovations and Clinical Affairs, Division of General Internal Medicine and Clinical Innovation