The Duke Department of Medicine Fellowship Programs and Advanced Training Programs offer outstanding medical training for physicians interested in focusing their skills in cardiovascular disease, infectious diseases, geriatrics, endocrinology, nephrology and other subspecialties.
Currently, 163 fellows participate in 13 training grants across 11 programs:
- Cardiovascular Disease
- Health Services Research and Women's Health
- Hospice & Palliative Medicine
- Infectious Diseases
- Pulmonary, Allergy, and Critical Care Medicine
- Rheumatology and Immunology
These programs combine independent learning with modern clinical training, faculty mentoring, didactic instructions and top-notch research.
Each program offers a variety of options for interested fellows, such as a focus on clinical expertise, research, subspecialty areas, or multidisciplinary proficiency.
To learn more, click through to a program, and feel free to contact the Program Director or Program Coordinator.
- Advanced Endoscopy Training Program
- Advanced Geriatrics Training Program
- Advanced Heart Failure and Transplantation (ACGME) Program
- Adult Congenital Heart Disease Program (ACGME)
- Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology Fellowship Training (ACGME) Program
- Interventional Cardiology Fellowship Training (ACGME) Program
- Lung Disease and Transplant
- Transplant Hepatology Fellowship Training Program
Use the Our Trainees directory to see who is currently training in each program, and to learn more about each individual fellow.