Nephrology Fellowship Program
Welcome and thank you for your interest in the Stony Brook Medicine, Nephrology fellowship program. We provide a comprehensive post-graduate training program designed to produce outstanding clinical and academic nephrologists. The program offers an excellent balance of formal, informal, and independent education, with ample exposure to both clinical nephrology and research. The strengths of the faculty, a broad patient base, and the many opportunities for independent research combine to make the fellowship at Stony Brook competitive in overall quality with the best programs in the country. For more information contact the fellowship program administrator Sherryl Krulik.
The mission of the division of nephrology fellowship training program is to produce physicians who are clinically competent in the broad field of Nephrology; highly effective in a variety of clinical settings; and possess habits of life-long learning to allow for continued growth in knowledge, skills and other aspects of a professional career in nephrology.
The Nephrology Fellowship Program at Stony Brook Medicine is a fully accredited program that trains three new fellows each year. Founded in 1980 the program has trained nearly 100 fellows. The current division chief Edward Nord, MD has led the division since 1993. Nand Wadhwa, MD is the fellowship program director. The training program spans two years. The program provides training that is structured to meet the goals of each individual trainee, with a focus on developing core competencies in clinical nephrology, dialysis, transplantation, hypertension, and clinical and basic science research.