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The Pediatric Residency Program at Indiana University School of Medicine provides outstanding clinical training in the full breadth and depth of pediatrics with a diverse set of experiences. Program residents develop careers as primary care pediatricians, hospitalists, subspecialists, researchers, community and public health providers, global health innovators, and other leadership positions. Each year, the program accepts 25 categorical pediatrics residents in addition to other unique combined pediatrics programs. Additional information is provided below regarding the rich opportunities that are tailored to each trainee’s individual interests and career needs.

Curriculum

Curriculum

The residency program curriculum offers robust core experiences with many individual tailored opportunities. Residents learn to manage everything from common health and wellness concerns to the most medically complex cases and rare diseases.
Research

Research

The IU School of Medicine Department of Pediatrics is consistently ranked in the top 10 percent nationally for research funding, and our program is dedicated to supporting residents in exploring research endeavors.
Global Health

Global Health

Pediatric residents have the opportunity to focus on Global Health through the Global Health track, or may choose to participate in a variety of electives that offer mind-opening global health experiences in Kenya, China, Honduras and beyond.
The Team

The Team

The Department of Pediatrics leadership team is focused on education and helping residents tailor their learning to support individual goals.
Resident Life

Resident Life

Supporting work-life balance for residents is a priority for Department of Pediatrics at IU School of Medicine. Learn more about how pediatrics residents enjoy life in Indianapolis.
Application and Interview Process

Application and Interview Process

Applications for the pediatrics program are reviewed beginning in late September with interviews taking place October through January.

“We believe in family-centered care, advocacy for our patients and families, exceptional patient care and innovation. We care about our residents and are dedicated to giving you the best training possible for your future success.”

D. Wade Clapp, MD, Chairman, Department of Pediatrics