The Department of Pediatrics at NYU Langone offers fellowship programs in several pediatric subspecialties. Department fellowships prepare trainees for careers in pediatrics by providing educational opportunities in clinical care and research. Fellows participate in outpatient and inpatient care at locations including Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital at NYU Langone, NYU Langone Hospital—Brooklyn, and NYC Health + Hospitals/Bellevue. In addition, they serve as clinical and educational instructors for the department’s house staff.
Fellows may perform basic, translational, and clinical research under the guidance of faculty clinicians and investigators. Depending on the subspecialty, research may focus on improving the care of patients with hematologic–oncologic and neuro-oncologic conditions, researching new treatments for children with rheumatic diseases, or investigating genetic factors in conditions and developmental delays that affect children.
The department offers Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME)–accredited fellowships in the following subspecialties:
- child protection
- developmental–behavioral pediatrics
- neonatal–perinatal medicine
- pediatric cardiology
- pediatric critical care medicine
- pediatric emergency medicine
- pediatric endocrinology and diabetes
- pediatric gastroenterology and hepatology
- pediatric hematology–oncology
- pediatric infectious diseases
- primary care sports medicine
Sala Elbaum Fellowship Endowment Fund
The Sala Elbaum Fellowship Endowment Fund helps us continue to provide superb pediatric fellowship training by preparing trainees for impactful careers in pediatrics and ensuring that more pediatric physicians worldwide have deep experience in child- and family-centered care and the expertise they need to excel.
The Sala Elbaum Fellowship Endowment Fund ensures the longevity of the rigorous and competitive fellowship program in the Department of Pediatrics and meaningfully grow and strengthen our overall endowment, which provides a consistent and sustainable source of funding to foster steady and strategic growth.