ACGME Accreditation granted effective September 21, 2017
15 positions available per year
Now accepting applications for the 2020-2021 academic year – 15 positions available
We also have one remaining open spot for the 2019-2020 academic year!
The Regional Anesthesiology Fellowship Program consists of 12 months of subspecialty training for qualified physicians who have completed an accredited anesthesiology residency. Preference is given to mature individuals with significant experience in regional anesthesia who are interested in becoming an “expert” in acute pain and regional anesthesia. Fellowship training is not only concerned with the development of expertise in the practice and theory of regional anesthesiology and acute pain management techniques, but also the understanding of the related physiology and pharmacology, patient outcomes, and financial related issues. The Regional Anesthesiology/Acute Pain Medicine Division faculty select fellows on the basis of written applications, academic records, documented performance, and interviews. Further information is available upon request.
This fellowship listing should contain the following application information:
- Completed application form
- Current CV USMLE
- Personal Statement
- Scores for steps 1, 2, 3
- 3 letters of reference
- Copy of dean's letter and medical student transcript
- Copy of most recent in-training examination
- Copy of ECFMG certification (if applicable)
The qualifications for the Regional Anesthesiology Fellowship Program are that the applicant will have completed an AGCME-Accredited Anesthesiology Residency Program by the start of the fellowship. Upon completion of a fellowship application, fellows will be selected by a review committee on the basis of letters of reference and the interview.
Materials may be addressed to:
Jacques E. Chelly, MD, PhD, MBA
c/o Ann Martin
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
UPP Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine
Kaufmann Medical Building
3471 Fifth Avenue, Suite 402
Pittsburgh, PA 15213