GIM Fellowships

Duke General Internal Medicine offers a variety of fellowship opportunities. The programs are two or three years in length and are categorized in three specifically designed tracks: a Quality Track, a Health Services & Outcomes Research Track, and a Precision Medicine & Data Track. Click on a track category below to learn more.

Fellowship Track Categories: 

  1. Quality
    - Palliative Care
    - VA Quality Scholars

  2. Health Services & Outcomes Research
    - Health Outcomes & Policy
    - Health Services Research & Delivery
    - Translation Population Science Research

  3. Precision Medicine & Data
    - Genomic Medicine
    - Clinical Informatics

 

Fellowship Administration

David Edelman, MD

Associate Professor of Medicine
Director, GIM Fellowship Program

Nia S. Mitchell, MD, MPH

Assistant Professor of Medicine
Co-Director, GIM Fellowship Program