About the Program
The Rheumatology Fellowship at Baylor College of Medicine educates and fosters the development of outstanding rheumatologists. Our program is a two-year ACGME-accredited fellowship designed to prepare physicians for careers in clinical practice, clinical education and/or research.
Fellows are instructed in the diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal diseases, systemic autoimmune conditions and other rheumatic diseases. The comprehensive, multidisciplinary didactic curriculum and patient-oriented teaching provides fellows with mastery of the clinical and therapeutic aspects of rheumatic disease as well as a fundamental understanding of the current paradigms of immunopathology of autoimmune and musculoskeletal diseases.
View information about the Rheumatology Fellowship program curriculum.
Trainees develop their clinical skills at multiple clinical sites, each offering an important and unique patient population and diversity of diseases:
We are excited that you are interested in our program and we are confident that the Rheumatology Fellowship can provide you with an outstanding learning environment. For additional information contact us using the links below:
Rheumatology Fellowship Program Director
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