Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine Fellowship Program

Training neonatology fellows is a vital part of our academic mission. The Indiana University Fellowship Training Program in Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine was founded on the belief that fellows enhance our educational environment and that training excellent fellows is a mechanism to improve the health and wellbeing of all neonates. Neonatal fellows take part in a well-rounded curriculum, balancing time between clinical experiences, teaching opportunities and academic and scientific activities. Clinical programs at Riley Hospital for Children, Methodist Hospital and Eskenazi Hospital represent a broad-spectrum of neonatal practice and offer excellent opportunities to learn and teach. Clinical and Basic Science Research conducted by faculty throughout the department of pediatrics gives fellows the ability to gain skills in scientific investigation. Our superb physical environment, extraordinary clinical services and varied research interests permit us to carry out our mission of preparing neonatal fellows for various careers in neonatology including academic educators/investigators or private practice neonatologists.

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