Geriatric Medicine Fellowship
The Geriatric Medicine Fellowship Program at IU School of Medicine is a vibrant program. Training occurs within the Department of Medicine, Division of General Internal Medicine and Geriatrics via the ERAS Match. Fellows benefit from the expertise of faculty who are part of a division dedicated to geriatric medicine. Many first-year fellows enjoy developing the required clinical skills to become a board-certified geriatrician. Some choose to do an additional year(s), focusing on teaching, research, or leadership. Funding for formal coursework is available under the CITE program, Academy of Teaching Scholars, and Center for Teaching and Learning. Mentorship is provided by nationally and internationally recognized clinicians, clinician-educators and clinician-researchers to ensure success. Current internal/external fellows who are interested in completing an advanced year fellowship program must email the Fellowship Coordinator, as this experience is separate from the match.