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Why Choose UNC for Nephrology Fellowship?

UNC is among the nation’s top schools of medicine and public health. Here, fellows train in a uniquely collegial atmosphere and learn from faculty members widely recognized for outstanding clinical care, research, teaching, and leadership. Additionally, Chapel Hill is ranked one of the nation’s top places to live and raise kids. Upon completion, our fellows are well equipped for successful careers in academia, clinical practice, and industry.


Overview of Training Programs

The Division of Nephrology and Hypertension offers a wide variety of training opportunities in nephrology in accredited clinical fellowship training programs in adult nephrology, pediatric nephrology, glomerulonephritis and transplant nephrology.

These training programs have been developed to mentor nephrologists who are the best in delivering the highest quality and value of care in all aspects of nephrology practice and foster the development of skills that will lead individuals to serve as future leaders in clinical nephrology. These goals are accomplished through rigorous clinical training in nephrology and through abundant opportunities for professional development through programs geared toward individual’s interests in clinical excellence, educational scholarship, and scientific investigation.

Our programs have a long history of providing individual career mentoring, and fellows who match into our programs have equal opportunity to pursue any track they wish to pursue.

Adult Nephrology Training Program UNC Pediatric Nephrology Fellowship Training Program Med-Peds Fellowship Training Program Combined Nephrology/Hospice and Palliative Care Fellowship Glomerulonephritis Fellowship Transplant Nephrology Fellowship