Fellowship Programs at the University of Wisconsin Department of Pediatrics provide outstanding training to our fellows and prepare them to excel as sub-specialty clinicians, researchers, and leaders in academic pediatrics. In addition to superb clinical training, fellows have the opportunity to work with research mentors in basic science, clinical research, and health services research.
The Department of Pediatrics offers training in 13 sub-specialty programs. We take pride in preparing fellows for their careers, and we hope you’ll explore these pages to learn more about what we can offer you.
Living in Madison
Madison is consistently rated one of the best places in the country to live and play. A vibrant, picturesque city with a population just over 250,000, Madison is the capital of Wisconsin and the home of the University of Wisconsin. While boasting many big city amenities, Madison is an easy city in which to live. Commutes are short, the cost of living reasonable, and the crime rate low. It’s a great place to work, have fun, find friends who share your interests, and raise a family. Madison has an affordable cost of living, a stable economy, and plentiful employment opportunities. Learn more about Madison by visiting the UW Health website or viewing our Living in Madison page.
Compensation & Benefits
UW Health provides a full range of benefits for its residents and fellows. More information on compensation and benefits is available on the UW Health Graduate Medical Education (GME) website.