Division of Nephrology

Einstein-Montefiore Nephrology Fellowship Program

At a Glance
Facts about the Nephrology Fellowship Program.

Program Options
Two- and 3-year clinical and research training options offering a broad knowledge base in renal physiology and pathophysiology and first-hand experience in evaluating and managing nephrology-related disorders.

The Einstein-Montefiore Nephrology Fellowship Program curriculum includes broad-based clinical education and experience in caring for patients with renal diseases, with activities and experiences tailored to each fellow's career goals.

Goals & Objectives
Educational goals for the Einstein-Montefiore Nephrology Fellowship Program and for a competency-based core curriculum.

By Year
A description of the fellowship training experience during years 1, 2, and 3.

Lectures & Conferences
A listing of the Nephrology Fellowship's 50+ core curriculum lectures per year.

Clinical & Educational Resources
Resources available to fellows include clinical facilities, research databases, libraries, and funding to attend national nephrology conferences.

Fellow Privileges
Delineation of privileges for first-year and second-year nephrology fellows.

Program Leadership
Program administrators and administrator roles.

Evaluation and Assessment
Evaluations and ABIM eligibility, fellow evaluations by faculty, fellow responsibilities, and program director responsibilities.  

Fellow Accomplishments & Awards
Published abstracts, publication of original research, abstracts presented at national specialty meeting, chapters in medical textbook, and oral presentations to the NY Society of Nephrology.

Admission & Application
Admission requirements for the Einstein-Montefiore Nephrology Fellowship Program.

Interim Division Chief

Vaughn Folkert, M.D (bio)

Professor of Clinical Medicine 



Renal Grand Rounds 


Contact Us

Albert Einstein College of Medicine
615, Ullmann Building
1300 Morris Park Avenue
Bronx, Ny 10461

Phone: 718.430.3158
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