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The Pediatric Nephrology Fellowship is a three-year program that provides extensive training in all areas of clinical nephrology and gives fellows the opportunity to participate in clinical or basic science research.

Pediatric Nephrology Fellowship

The Pediatric Nephrology fellowship at Indiana University School of Medicine is a three-year program certified by the American Board of Pediatrics.

The Division of Pediatric Nephrology and Hypertension conducts robust basic science and clinical research, and the nephrology fellowship program develops academic pediatric nephrologists who go on to establish independent careers within the areas of their research interests. Fellows may complete coursework to obtain a Masters of Science In Clinical Research through the Clinical Investigation and Translational Education Program during their two years of research training.


The Department of Pediatrics is committed to recruiting a diverse group of individuals for fellowship.

GME Diversity

Pediatrics Diversity

Hear what the Pediatric Nephrology Fellowship program has to offer.

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Advanced Pediatric Training with Renowned Experts

International experts in hypertension, congenital kidney disease, kidney stones, chronic kidney disease, acute kidney injury, bone and mineral metabolism, end-stage kidney disease, transplant, structural kidney disease, social determinants of health, transition of care and glomerulopathies.

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Clinical Experience

Clinical training for the pediatric nephrology fellowship program is comprised of one year of combined inpatient, outpatient and elective experience.
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Research Training

The pediatric nephrology fellowship program enables trainees to participate in clinical, translational or bench research, establishing the foundation for a strong academic career.
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View resources to help you succeed in Pediatric Nephrology. 
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Fellows Shrea Goswami and Evan Rajadhyaksha

Meet Our Fellows

Meet our current Pediatric Nephrology fellows.
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Program Leadership

The Pediatric Nephrology Fellowship is led by program director Andrew Schwaderer, MD, associate program director Myda Khalid, MD, and fellowship coordinator Lyn Terrell.

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Andrew L. Schwaderer, MD

Professor of Pediatrics

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Myda Khalid, M.D.

Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics

Read Bio Myda Khalid, M.D.

Lyn Terrell, pediatric fellowship coordinator

Lyn Terrell

Fellowship Coordinator

Apply for Fellowship

Physicians interested in applying for the Pediatrics Nephrology Fellowship program at IU School of Medicine should submit an application through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS).