Applying for a Medical Toxicology Fellowship
All medical toxicologists must complete a fellowship in medical toxicology. Fellowships are approved by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education and consist of two years of training.
- There are 28 fellowship training programs, and typically about 70 fellows in training at any one time.
- Medical Toxicology Fellowship is now a match program, with match date in November for the program starting the following July. Interested applicants are encouraged to apply and interview early in order to participate in the match.
- Fellowship programs are typically small and diverse in what they offer. Although all accredited programs must adhere to a core curriculum, some place varied emphasis on research, clinical care, scholarly activities or administration. Some offer additional experiences and degrees such as an MPH, or international travel opportunities.
How do I apply for a Medical Toxicology Fellowship?
- View our directory of Fellowship Programs and contact individual programs.
Learn more about fellowship program requirements and deadlines:
Medical Toxicology Fellowship Programs 2018:
Questions about fellowships? Contact Louise Kao at Lkao@iuhealth.org