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The Nephrology Fellowship program at the University of Pennsylvania offers fellows a premier training program that provides a comprehensive experience of clinical nephrology and tremendous opportunities to develop a keen understanding of nephrology. Through our program, fellows care for patients with wide variety of kidney and fluid-electrolyte disorders in diverse clinical settings alongside faculty who are truly dedicated to fellow education.
Amanda Leonberg-Yoo, MD, and Penn's Nephrology Fellowship Program Director discusses the program's many opportunities for future nephrologists.
Learn about Penn's Renal Electrolyte and Hypertension Division fellowship program.
The Penn Renal-Electrolyte and Hypertension Division's Nephrology Clinical Fellowship Program provides a clinical track that prepares fellows for independent practice.
Penn's Renal-Electrolyte and Hypertension Division Nephrology Research Fellowship offers fellows the opportunity to develop research skills under the mentorship of experienced faculty.
Dr. Simin Goral is the Program Director for the Transplant Nephrology Fellowship Program at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. Dr. Goral has an extensive background in transplant nephrology and has served on many committees, including the AST Transplant Fellowship Accreditation Program Committee.
Penn Medicine is committed to promoting diversity in the field of nephrology by recruiting clinicians who represent our diverse patient population.
Penn's Renal-Electrolyte and Hypertension Division is committed to the advancement, inclusion and recruitment of women in the field of nephrology.
Find answers to commonly asked questions from prospective fellows.
The University of Pennsylvania welcomes applicants to apply for the Nephrology Fellowship Program using the ERAS system.
Division of Nephrology fellowship alumni.