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A combined Rheumatology Fellowship will prepare you to take care of children and adults with rheumatological disease. This fellowship combination may make you especially attractive to areas that could not support a full-time Pediatric Rheumatologist at first.

Programs Offering Fellowship:
Duke University
Harvard University
Indiana University
Medical University of South Carolina
Ohio State University
St. Louis University School of Medicine
University of Alabama at Birmingham
University of California at San Francisco (UCSF)
University of Chicago
University of Cincinnati
University of Michigan
University of Minnesota
University of Pittsburgh
University of Rochester
Vanderbilt University
Washington University

Additional Contacts:
Hilary Haftel, MD, MHPE, Division Director, University of Michigan Pediatric Rheumatology
Ashley Blaske, MD* (combined fellow, Vanderbilt University)
Howard Fuchs, MD (Vanderbilt Adult Rheumatology Fellowship Director)
Alisa Gotte, MD (Vanderbilt Pediatric Rheumatology Fellowship Director)
Alicia Lieberman, MD, MS (Current combined fellow, University of Rochester)
Terry Moore, MD
Peter Nigrovic, MD
Barbara Ostrov, MD
Laura Piazza Parks, MD
Aarat Patel, MD*
David Siegel, MD, MPH (Pediatric Rheumatology Fellowship Director, University of Rochester)
Sangeeta Sule, MD
Tiphanie Vogel, MD
Bridget Wright, MD
Cuoghi Edens, MD (University of Chicago Adult/Pediatric Rheumatology, faculty)