Adolescent Medicine Fellowship

Our ACGME accredited adolescent medicine fellowship prepares physicians for leadership positions in academic medicine and public health. Our medical fellowship is one component of the Indiana University Leadership Education in Adolescent Health (LEAH) program which is an interdisciplinary training program that provides leadership training in adolescent health and medicine for post graduate trainees in nursing, social work, psychology, nutrition as well as medicine.

Core faculty within the Section of Adolescent Medicine represent multiple disciplines and specialties including pediatrics, internal medicine, clinical psychology, social work, nutrition, nursing, health behavior, and sociology. Thus, the interdisciplinary environment allows for all trainees the opportunity to receive input, education, and mentorship from multiple perspectives around adolescent health and medicine.

In addition, medical fellows in our program may elect additional coursework leading to a Master Degree in Clinical Research (MS) or a Master in Public Health (MPH) through Indiana University at IUPUI.

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