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To find the clinical fellowship program that is right for you, either browse the list below or go to our Education Programs page to search by keyword, department and other parameters for the programs that match your interests.

For information concerning curriculum, application procedures, and faculty, please visit the site to the specific program you wish to pursue.

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The Emergency Administration Fellowship is a 12-month program that focuses on understanding the best practices in Emergency Medicine Operations and Leadership.
The Pediatric Cardiology Fellowship offers three years of clinical and research training, with advanced subspecialty training offered in the fourth year.
The Pediatric Otolaryngology Fellowship offers a structured didactic program with weekly conferences, formal lectures and multidisciplinary conferences.
The Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility Fellowship trains fellows to become competent REI clinicians with the option to pursue a Master’s degree.
The Pediatric Point-Of-Care Ultrasound (POCUS) Fellowship trains through rotations in the pediatric emergency medicine, cardiology, and radiology departments.
The Pediatric Neurosurgical Fellowship program offers clinical training in a hospital-based academic pediatric neurosurgery practice at Texas Children’s.
Our Pediatric Rheumatology Fellowship is but one component of the largest pediatric departments in the United States, and up to two fellows per year may be accepted.
Our Pediatric Urology Fellowship in Houston offers one year of clinical experience at Texas Children's Hospital and one year of basic laboratory research.
The Emergency Medicine Health Policy & Advocacy Fellowship offers superb clinical training and opportunities to advocate for the most vulnerable in our society.
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