OUR MISSION

The mission of the BWH/MGH Joint Nephrology Fellowship program is to train leaders in nephrology. We accomplish this by combining rigorous clinical training in nephrology with unparalleled opportunities for cutting-edge research and scholarly activity. By leveraging the vast resources of our world-renowned institutions, we have helped launch the careers of so many leaders in nephrology, from up-and-comers to luminaries. Come join us and fulfill your potential!

KEY DATES

  • July-August: Apply through ERAS

  • August : NRMP opens

  • September/October: Remote Interviews (see dates)

  • December: Match Day

  • July: Fellowship Begins

MESSAGE FROM THE PROGRAM DIRECTOR

Congratulations on choosing nephrology, the most intellectually stimulating and deeply rewarding of specialties!

Our fellowship program is based at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital – two world-class academic medical centers affiliated with Harvard Medical School. Our hospitals are at the forefront of medicine, sharing an unwavering commitment to providing exceptional patient care to the diverse communities we serve, advancing healthcare through cutting-edge research, and educating the next generation of outstanding physicians. Our program’s mission is to train leaders in nephrology who will advance our field in whatever capacity they choose, whether as devoted clinicians, rigorous researchers, dedicated medical educators, or innovative industry leaders. We invite you to explore the exceptional opportunities offered by our premier training program.

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PROGRAM LEADERSHIP

ERNEST MANDEL, MD, MSc
ERNEST MANDEL, MD, MScProgram Director
LEA BORGI, MD, MMSc
LEA BORGI, MD, MMSc Associate Program Director, BWH
ANDREW LUNDQUIST, MD, PhD
ANDREW LUNDQUIST, MD, PhDAssociate Program Director, MGH
SHEKORA SAINT
SHEKORA SAINTProgram Coordinator, BWH
WENDY DEMILLE
WENDY DEMILLEProgram Coordinator, MGH
JOSEPH V. BONVENTRE, MD, PHD
JOSEPH V. BONVENTRE, MD, PHDChief, Division of Renal Medicine, BWH
EUGENE RHEE, MD
EUGENE RHEE, MDChief, Nephrology Division, MGH

COMMITMENT TO DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION

Our institutions are dedicated to providing our patients with the very best health care and to improving the health and well-being of the diverse communities we serve. To further this goal, our program embraces all forms of diversity and we seek to support and expand the representation of individuals, regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation or disability, within our training program. We believe a diverse body of fellows allows trainees to learn from one another’s lived experiences, thereby developing deeper empathy, understanding, and respect for the communities from which we come and which we serve and helping us all to develop into culturally competent physicians.

For more information about our commitment to diversity and inclusion, please visit:

MGH Center for Diversity and Inclusion
BWH Center for Diversity and Inclusion