There are several fellowship opportunities at The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences. All fellowships are one-year commitments.

Fellowship can provide residents with detailed knowledge, procedural skills and research background in a sub-specialty area of anesthesiology. Often this experience affords the fellowship-trained practicioners the opportunity to practice in an academic setting or an urban area.

As the popularity of fellowship training grows, The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences is committed to expanding our fellowship opportunities to meet this increasing demand.

Acute Pain Medicine

1-year fellowship at GW

Critical Care Medicine

1-year fellowship at GW

Pediatric Anesthesia

1-year at Childrens National Health System

The ACGME approved Pediatric Anesthesiology fellowship program trains CA-4 pediatric (PGY-5 or higher) anesthesia fellows in pediatric anesthesia and pain management at The Children's National Health System. Training includes all subspecialties: Cardiac Anesthesiology, Neuroanesthesia, Orthopedic Anesthesia, Neonatal Anesthesia, Pediatric Intensive Care Unit, Emergency Room Trauma, General Surgery, ENT, MRI, and sedation for diagnostic and therapeutic procedures.

The Division of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine at Children’s National Health System provides comprehensive clinical anesthesia services for infants and children undergoing a full range of pediatric surgical procedures. A complete spectrum of surgical anesthesia services are provided, including anesthesia for pediatric congenital heart disease, heart transplantation, craniofacial reconstruction, neurosurgery, reconstruction of the larynx and trachea, and complex pediatric surgery.

Please click on the following link to learn more: Pediatric Anesthesiology Fellowship at CNMC

Master Teacher Leadership Development Program 

1-year fellowship at GW

Enhance your teaching skills; develop your educational leadership ability and extend your scholarship in education-related research. Please click here for program details and a link to the Fellowship website.

The MTLDP offers an exceptional learning opportunity for faculty in medicine, health sciences, public health and the basic sciences to enhance their teaching skills, pursue scholarship in education and develop their leadership potential. If you interact with students or residents individually or in groups, teach a small group course, or run a major clerkship, then MTLDP may be beneficial to you!

Offered in partnership with the Graduate School of Education and Human Development, the MTLDP consists of six courses (18 credit hours) taken over a one-year period. Classes meet every Wednesday afternoon beginning in July and culminating the following June. 70 of your peers have graduated from this program!