About NMPRA

NMPRA (the National Med-Peds Residents’ Association) seeks to enhance the Med-Peds specialty by: supporting and promoting resident advancement and professional opportunities; creating national connections and opportunities for residents; increasing awareness of and advocating for med-peds as a specialty; and recruiting medical students in the specialty.

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The Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program is designed to allow young physicians committed to clinical medicine to acquire new skills and training in the nonbiological sciences important to medical care systems. The program offers two years of graduate-level study and research — as part of a university-based, post-residency training program — in priority areas designated by participating institutions. More information about the Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program can be found at its website..

Programs Offering Fellowship:
Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program fellowship locations are coordinated on a national level through the Robert Wood Johnson Foundations. Currently 4 universities participate in the Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program including the following:
University of California at Los Angeles
University of Michigan
University of Pennsylvania
Yale University

See the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation website for details on Program locations.

Additional Contacts:
Uptal Patel, MD