Welcome to Duke Nephrology. We especially want to welcome applicants to our fellowship program for the 2019 fellowship start. Click on the link below to explore our program. We offer a wide variety of training options in nephology. From clinical care, to basic science research, to bioinformatics, to medical education. All fellows who match into our program will have equal opportunity to pursue any track that they wish to choose. We hope you will visit our program this interview season in person. Our program has a long history of providing individual career mentoring and we hope you will find your niche at Duke.
Several Duke faculty and fellows were featured on the ASN Kidney Week daily podcast. Take a listen
The Day 1 ASN Kidney Week podcast featured current 2nd year fellow Dinushika Mohottige (ASN Diversity and Inclusion Committee Intern) and faculty member John Roberts (ASN Career Advancement Committee member).
The mission of Duke Nephrology is to combine the delivery of outstanding clinical services with world-class research and teaching. To this end, the programs in the division are structured to address the most pressing needs facing patients with kidney disease. The division is led by Myles Wolf, MD, MMSc.
Areas of emphasis include the treatment of end-stage kidney disease, transplantation, hypertension, cardiovascular disease, glomerular disease, education and bone/mineral metabolism.
Train with us
The Duke Nephrology Fellowship Training Program excels in all aspects of nephrology, including renal replacement therapy, glomerular disorders, electrolyte abnormalities, transplantation, hypertension, education, global health, informatics, and clinical and basic science research. We offer a 2 year track that features a clinical concentration in an area of interest or a 3-4 year track focusing on traditional research, education or informatics.
Research is our core
The division is engaged in several active areas of investigation. From biomedical research, to epidemiology, to translational research, and clinical trials. An emphasis for several investigators is understanding the intersection between kidney disease and cardiovascular disease.
DCRI Clinical Research in Nephrology
Our DCRI team of nephrologists have years of collective experience in conducting federally-funded and industry-supported trials and observational clinical research. Backed by the unparalleled clinical research infrastructure at DCRI, we are ideally positioned and committed to advance clinical trials of all types in nephrology.
Contact Information for Graduates and Future Fellows
Duke University Hospital
Nephrology Fellowship Program
External/Physical Address: 2424 Erwin Rd., Suite 605
Interoffice/Mailbox: Box 2747
Durham, NC 27705
Phone: (919) 684-2819
Fax: (919) 681-1143
Attn: Jill Rimmer