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Residents & Fellows

Interested in residency or fellowship programs at the University of Kansas School of Medicine? The Graduate Medical Education Office oversees KU's many programs.

Experiences for medical school graduates include fellowship programs, where physicians obtain a deeper knowledge of a specialty, or residencies, where graduates begin their journey as doctors in a clinical setting. Residencies are either accredited by a governing agency or unaccredited. Visit the links below to learn more about each opportunity.

Body Imaging (Radiology)
Bone Marrow Transplantation Fellowship (Internal Medicine)
Brain Injury Medicine (Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation)
Breast (Radiology)
Breast Surgical Oncology (Surgery)
Burn (Plastic Surgery)
Cancer Rehabilitation (Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation)
Cardiac Arrhythmia (Internal Medicine)
Clinical and Research in Dementia (Neurology)
Clinical/Outcomes Research in CV Medicine and CV Surgery (Cardiovascular)
Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (Otolaryngology)
Head and Neck Microvascular (Otolaryngology)
Interventional Musculoskeletal and Spine (Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation)
Microsurgery (Plastic Surgery)
Movement Disorders (Neurology)
Multiple Sclerosis (Neurology)
Musculoskeletal Radiology (Radiology)
Neuroanesthesiology (Anesthesiology)
Neurocritical Care (Neurology)
Regional Anesthesia (Anesthesiology)
Renal Transplant (Nephrology - Internal Medicine)
Rhinology and Skull Base Surgery (Otolaryngology)
Transplant Surgery (General Surgery)
Transplantation (Anesthesiology)
Urologic Oncology (Urology)

For more information about each program, contact the specific program administrator or director for more information.

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