Medical Students / Residents / Fellows
Indiana University School of Medicine is Indiana’s only medical school and has the second largest student body in the nation. For information about clerkships with the Department of Pediatrics see Medical Student Education
Our residency program is one of the largest in the nation, and prepares clinicians for the wide range of pediatric diseases, conditions, and treatments in a supportive environment. For more information about our Residency Program, see IUSM Pediatric Residency
IU Pediatrics is one of a select group of 10 pediatrics residencies nationally who were named as recipient of the Anne E. Dyson/AAP Community Pediatrics Training Initiative to incorporate community-based medicine and advocacy training in its pediatric residency program curriculum. The goal of this initiative is to training new pediatricians to build partnerships and share responsibilities with their communities by expanding the practice of pediatrics from caring for individual children in the office setting to one that encompasses working with whole communities to address healthy lifestyles, safe environments and nurturing families.
Open to qualified physicians who have completed residency training, these programs provide additional training in a clinical subspecialty or preparation for research and academic careers. IUSM has 20 Fellowship Programs in the Department of Pediatrics, including a Fellowship in Child Protection, Pediatric Hospital Medicine, and Children’s Health Services Research. For more information about our Fellowship Programs, see Fellowship.