Department of Pediatrics

Academic General Pediatrics Fellowship


About the Program


The fellowship is a three-year program which combines training in research, medical education, the refinement of clinical skills, advocacy, and leadership. With the mentorship of a diverse group of faculty, the program can be tailored to the fellow’s particular area of interest. The Academic General Pediatric Fellowship provides a unique opportunity for the pediatrician who would like to become a more diversified, multifaceted physician in an academic setting. Upon completion of the program, the fellow will be well-prepared to assume leadership roles in an academic setting.


Program Highlights

  • Diverse patient population and clinical venues
  • Strong collaborative ties with the community
  • Close University ties offering advanced degrees in: Public Health, Business Administration, Education, Technology in Teaching, Clinical Research Training
  • Robust faculty development program with more than 100 hours of workshops geared toward enhancing teaching skills
  • Program is accredited by the Academic Pediatric Association
  • Networking events with other pediatric subspecialty fellows through the Fellow’s College
  • Breadth and experience of Baylor faculty
  • Access to extensive data sources for research (clinical and educational)
  • Global opportunities
  • Participation in community projects, such as health fairs, immunization drives, and community outreach events
Media Component

Texas Children's Hospital


Take a virtual tour of the Texas Children's Hospital Medical Center Campus.


Program Director's Message


View a message from the Academics General Fellowship Director, Julieana Nichols, M.D., MPH.

Back to topback-to-top