Fellowships & Training Programs

Academic Clinical Programs

Critical care physician services in the Pulmonary, Allergy, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine (PACCS) division are delivered in an integrated Medical-Surgical-Anesthesiology-Advanced practice RN, Critical Care Program. 

Advanced ERCP/EUS Fellowship Program

Degree or Accreditation conferred upon completion: Advanced Endoscopy Fellow, University of Minnesota (University of Minnesota GME-approved program)

Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship Program

Since 1984 the fellowship program has trained over 70 fellows, who have gone on to careers as academic endocrinologists, clinical endocrinologists and basic and clinical researchers.

Diabetes T32 Research Training Program

In existence since 1977, the post-doctoral training program in diabetes, endocrinology, and metabolism at the University of Minnesota has prepared MDs and PhDs for successful research careers in academic medicine. This preparation has centered upon the critical interaction between the trainee and the research mentor.

Diabetes, Endocrinology and Metabolism Fellowship Program

The Diabetes, Endocrinology and Metabolism Fellowship at the University of Minnesota is a two-year program designed to provide the advanced training and experience necessary for an endocrinology consultant. 

Doris Duke International Clinical Research Fellowship Program

The University of Minnesota (UMN) Doris Duke ICRF Director and Co-Director at UMN with the collaboration of faculty leaders from our international partner sites have extensive experience training medical students to become successful global health researchers.

Gastroenterology Fellowship Training Program

GI fellows receive a minimum of 18 months of clinical training and six months of research training during the three year program. For most GI fellows, the program consists of two clinical years (first and third) and one research year (second year).

General Internal Medicine Fellowship Program

The University of Minnesota Division of General Internal Medicine and the Minneapolis VA Center for Care Delivery and Outcomes Research (CCDOR) offer a Research Fellowship designed to prepare board eligible internal medicine physicians for successful careers in academic medicine.

Hematology T32 Research Training Program

Our Program is in its 43rd year of funding from the National Institutes of Health. We focus on providing an intensive postdoctoral research training experience intended to lead to an academic career that involves hematology-related research.

Hematology, Oncology and Transplantation Fellowship Program

The Fellowship Training Program Hematology, Medical Oncology and Transplantation is directed by Yvonne Datta, MD, Professor of Medicine. 

Infectious Diseases Fellowship Program

The University of Minnesota Infectious Diseases Fellowship Program will help you achieve mastery of the practice and science of Infectious Diseases and provide you comprehensive training in research skills, all in a friendly and supportive working environment.

Interventional Pulmonology Fellowship Program

The applicants are expected to complete a formal Pulmonary & Critical Care fellowship program before starting their IP fellowship and be ABIM board eligible or certified in Pulmonary and Critical Care.

National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) Training Program

The three major aims of the PACCS NHLBI T32 Training Program are to provide three years of rigorous scientific training for physician-scientists, enabling them to serve as independent investigators examining scientific questions directly related to human lung disease

Nephrology and Hypertension Fellowship Program

Patients with kidney disease need skilled clinicians prepared to engage in collaborative, multidisciplinary care. At the University of Minnesota, we are driven to improve the health of patients by improving quality of care through innovative therapies.

Physician Scientist Training Program

The University of Minnesota's Twin Cities campus is home to dynamic research in basic and clinical sciences, biomedical engineering, public health, and health care policy that attracts a diverse group of faculty and researchers from around the world.

Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellowship Program

The University of Minnesota offers a combined three-year Pulmonary Disease and Critical Care Medicine fellowship. All fellows receive 18-21 months of clinical training and the balance in research months.

Rheumatology Fellowship Training Program

The University of Minnesota (UMN) Rheumatology Fellowship Training Program is a 2-year clinical training program. For individuals whose goal is to become an academic rheumatologist, opportunities for additional years of research training exist in disciplines such as public health and health administration, and basic science/immunology.

Transplant Hepatology Fellowship Program

The Transplant Hepatology Fellowship Program is a one-year, ACGME-accredited training program which provides advanced education in all aspects of hepatology. The curriculum has been carefully designed to provide a balance of transplant and non-transplant clinical hepatology and research experience in preparation for a career in academic hepatology.