Since this fellowship is not accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME), it is only available to candidates who have completed two years of an ACGME-accredited (or equivalent) nephrology fellowship.
Candidates completing this training are considered eligible for United Network for Organ Sharing-approved medical directorships for individual transplant programs.
Program HighlightsThe Transplant Nephrology Fellowship Training Program at Ohio State provides fellows with extensive inpatient and outpatient clinical experience as well as longitudinal didactic teaching.
The program prepares fellows to:
- Manage kidney and pancreas transplant recipients at all stages of their care
- Become competent in immunosuppressive regimens
- Diagnose and manage complex nephrology issues
Our Transplant Center
The Comprehensive Transplant Center at Ohio State Wexner Medical Center is one of the largest organ transplant programs in the nation, performing approximately 200 kidney and 30 pancreas transplants annually.
The four full-time transplant nephrologists participate in all aspects of patient management, working alongside the transplant surgeons. Post-transplant care is provided as a multidisciplinary, collaborative model both in inpatient and outpatient settings. The center also provides long-term care for the duration of the allograft function, regardless of longevity.
If you are interested in applying for the Transplant Nephrology Fellowship at Ohio State, you will need to contact us with these documents:
- Letter of interest
- CV, including publications
- Three letters of recommendation
- United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) transcript
Please submit the required materials to:
Uday Nori, MD
Program Director, Transplant Nephrology Fellowship
The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center
Division of Nephrology
395 W. 12th Ave., Ground floor
Columbus, OH 43210