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Pediatric Infectious Disease Fellowship

Frequently Asked Questions

What visas are accepted:
J1, H1B (for non-FDA track only).  FDA track applicants must be US citizens or permanent residents.

Is completion of pediatric residency training in the U.S. OR Canada a requirement?
Completion of US or Canadian pediatric residency is required.

What do trainees do after graduation?
Our graduates have gone on to a wide variety of experiences in the past.  Although both graduates in 2012 are now pediatric infectious disease faculty at academic children's hospitals, prior graduates have been employed in epidemiologic work for the CDC, private practice of pediatric infectious diseases, federal governmental positions with the FDA, and in the pharmaceutical industry, in addition to the traditional academic career paths.


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