Fellowship directory

Physicians applying for a fellowship program in regional anesthesiology/acute pain medicine must be currently enrolled in, or have completed, an accredited anesthesiology residency program. Each individual program may have additional requirements such as medical licensing. The information published here has been supplied by the individual institutions. Please check back frequently for updates. Programs with an asterisk behind the title indicate they are part of the SF Match Program. 

 

 

Core Related Specialty: Anesthesiology; Multidisciplinary

Fellowship in The Match®? Yes

All applications to this program are to be submitted through the Electronic Residency Application Service® (ERAS®).
Apply here. 

Applicant Interview Timeframe: June-July

Fellowship starts off cycle:

  • One fellow begins July 1
  • Two fellows begin August 1
  • Specialty: Chronic Pain
  • Duration:1 year
  • Start Year:
  • Positions:3
  • Deadline: Per Electronic Residency Application Service® (ERAS®)/National Resident Matching Program® (NRMP®)
  • Salary: $77,000.00
  • Contact Person: Caroline Caldwell Student Programs Advisor
  • Email: caroline.caldwell@med.usc.edu
  • Phone: 323-865-1084
  • Facility:
  • Address:
  • 150 San Pablo Street, Suite 3450
  • Los Angeles
  • California 90033
  • Telephone: 323-442-6202
  • Website: https://keck.usc.edu/education/residency-clinical-fellowships/
  • Director: Talin Evazyan, MD
  • Other affiliated faculty:
  • Participating hospitals:

The University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine Pain Medicine Fellowship is an ACGME-accredited 12-month (starting and ending in July) training program designed to qualify physicians for specialty certification in pain medicine by the American Board of Anesthesiology.

All Applications to the Pain Medicine Fellowship program must be submitted using the Electronic Residency Application System (ERAS).

  • Specialty: Chronic Pain
  • Duration:12 months
  • Start Year:
  • Positions:1
  • Deadline: March 1st
  • Salary: $61,571 annual OR $5,131 monthly
  • Contact Person: Rebecca Varnon
  • Email: rvarnon@utmck.edu
  • Phone: 865-305-5479
  • Facility:
  • Address:
  • 1924 Alcoa Highway
  • Knoxville
  • Tennessee 37920
  • Telephone: 865-305-9290
  • Website: https://gsm.utmck.edu/anesthesiology/painmanagementfellowship/main.cfm
  • Director: Matthew Vance, MD
  • Other affiliated faculty:
  • Robert Craft, MD
    Stephanie Vanterpool, MD
    Jonathan McBride, MD
    Jason Buehler, MD
    Mark Murray, MD           
    Che Solla, MD
    Jeffrey Staack, MD

  • Participating hospitals:
  • UT Medical Center-Knoxville, TN

The regional anesthesia and acute pain medicine fellowship at the University of Tennessee Medical Center in Knoxville, TN is a non-accredited fellowship providing a unique experience for fellows to learn and work alongside a private practice group within an academic medical center. Our program provides a robust clinical exposure to a multitude of regional anesthesia procedures in both the inpatient setting as well as a brand new, fast-paced, ambulatory orthopedic surgery center. Fellows will also participate in our Multimodal Acute Pain Service alongside our subspeciality pain anesthesiologists and mid-level providers that manage complex acute pain inpatients with a variety of techniques including lidocaine infusions and ketamine infusions. In addition to providing a comprehensive education in regional anesthesia and acute pain medicine, fellows will also serve as the staff anesthesiologist supervising operating room cases and fulfill an Instructor faculty position with the Graduate School of Medicine.  
This program uses the common application.

Apply here
  • Specialty:Acute Pain/Regional Anesthesia
  • Duration:12 months
  • Start Year:2022
  • Positions:1
  • Deadline: Accepted until position is filled
  • Salary: $100,000
  • Contact Person: Rebecca Varnon
  • Email: rvarnon@utmck.edu
  • Phone: 865-305-5479
  • Facility:
  • Address:
  • 1924 Alcoa Highway
  • Knoxville
  • Tennessee 37920
  • Telephone: 865-305-9290
  • Website: In progress
  • Director: Hannah Vega, MD
  • Other affiliated faculty:
  • Elizabeth Driscoll, MD

    Jason Buehler, MD

    Eric Cox, MD

    Mark Murray, MD

    Adam Roth, MD

    Che Solla, MD

    Jeff Staack, MD

    Matt Vance, MD
  • Participating hospitals:
  • University of Tennessee Medical Center

    University Orthopedic Surgeons Surgery Center

Memorial Hermann Hospital is the busiest Level One trauma center in the nation, located in the largest medical center in the world, thereby allowing this regional program to emphasize all aspects of regional anesthesia. The fellows will be exposed to various types of peripheral nerve blocks, as well as placement of indwelling catheters for postoperative pain management using both nerve stimulation and ultrasound.  Between three locations, current procedural caseloads average 3,000 per year. The Regional Anesthesia service also provides acute pain management consults for adult patients. 

Research opportunities: Fellows will have protected research time on a weekly basis, and are required to present at the American Society for Regional Anesthesia and Pain Conference in the spring.   The fellows are also expected to publish at least one article in a peer-reviewed journal.  

Rotations include: Orthopedic Trauma Block Team, Ambulatory Surgery Block Team, Acute Pain Service, Transesophageal Echo, Transthoracic Echo.

This program uses the common application. Submit the completed application directly to the individual Fellowship Program.

Apply here

  • Specialty:Acute Pain/Regional Anesthesia
  • Duration:12 months
  • Start Year:
  • Positions:2
  • Deadline: Rolling
  • Salary: $62,001
  • Contact Person: J. Blair de Haan, MD Fellowship Director
  • Email: johanna.b.dehaan@uth.tmc.edu
  • Phone: (713) 500-6271
  • Facility:
  • Address:
  • 6431 Fannin
  • MSB Room 5.020
  • Houston
  • Texas 77030
  • Telephone: (713) 500-6271
  • Website: https://www.uth.edu/
  • Director: J. Blair de Haan, MD
  • Other affiliated faculty:
    • Vadim Ioselevich, M.D.
    • Sudipta Sen, M.D.
    • Sumreen Vaid-Pinyard, M.D.
    • Semhar Ghebremichael, M.D.
    • Yefim Bogomolny, M.D.
    • Sara Guzman-Reyes, M.D.
    • Omonele Nwokolo, M.D.
  • Participating hospitals:
    • Memorial Hermann Hospital - TMC Campus
    • Lyndon B. Johnson General Hospital
    • Memorial Hermann Ambulatory Surgery Center
    • Memorial Hermann Heart and Vascular Institute 

“BEST CANCER CARE PROVIDER” #1 U.S. News and World Report Located in world’s largest medical center Procedure Room in Clinic – Ultrasound / Basic Spine / Sympathetic Blocks /Neurolytic Blocks Advanced OR Procedures including vertebral cement augmentation (kyphoplasty/vertebroplasty), SCS and IT pumps. Inpatient Consult Service Q6 week rotation–incl. Post Call Days Chronic Pain Clinic – complex patients, emphasizing medical decision making Didactics include flipped classroom, PBLs, Simulation Center, Biotras Astris training model, Ultrasound Workshop, Suture Workshop Academic fund for travel/conferences and opportunity to moonlight with excellent pay 4 th largest city in US with most diverse population and very affordable – plus fabulous food scene, shopping mecca, pro sports, excellent art/science/history museums and cultural opportunities – two major airports
All candidates for the Pain Medicine Fellowship must have completed an ACGME-accredited residency program in Anesthesiology, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, or Neurology and must be board-eligible or board-certified to practice.

Required application materials include:
Curriculum vitae
Personal statement
Other items that may be required for application:  

Three letters of recommendation: If currently in a residency program, one additional letter of good standing from the program director indicating trainee standing and expected completion with the program is required.
USMLE, COMLEX, FLEX scores report
Medical transcripts
Medical diploma: copy
Certificate of training completion – copy for each certification
Interested in applying? Let us know why you want to join our program.
  • Specialty: Chronic Pain
  • Duration:
  • Start Year:
  • Positions:1
  • Deadline:
  • Salary:
  • Contact Person: Mary Ann Oler/Monique Rodriguez Program Coordinator
  • Email: maoler@mdanderson.org/mjvaldez@mdanderson.org
  • Phone: not provided
  • Facility:
  • Address:
  • 1515 Holcombe Blvd
  • Houston
  • Texas 77030
  • Telephone:
  • Website: https://www.mdanderson.org/education-training/clinical-research-training/graduate-medical-education/residencies-fellowships/pain-medicine.html
  • Director: Christina Le-Short, MD
  • Other affiliated faculty:
  • Participating hospitals:

The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Medicine (RAAPM) Fellowship is structured to provide supervised training to board-certified or board-eligible anesthesiologists in the practice of regional anesthesia, acute pain management, and medical consultation for the full spectrum of surgical and invasive procedures in the hospital setting.

The goal of this program is to develop expertise in acute pain management as well as in the utilization of regional anesthesia techniques to optimize perioperative analgesia and facilitate patient recovery. This 12-month fellowship program will provide significant exposure and training in the management of acute pain through the use of innovative regional anesthesia techniques, neuraxial anesthesia, implementation of enhanced recovery strategies, and coordination of perioperative care.

MD Anderson serves as one of the largest comprehensive cancer centers in the world, thereby providing the unique opportunity for our fellows to develop additional expertise in managing the care of patients in this clinical environment. Our department provides acute pain management for both adult and pediatric patients with a variety of clinical presentations. Fellows will also have designated time for research opportunities as well as quality improvement projects, with the expectation to present at annual national conferences and work towards publishing in a peer-reviewed journal.

This program uses the common application. Submit the completed application directly to the individual Fellowship Program.

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  • Specialty:Acute Pain/Regional Anesthesia
  • Duration:12 months
  • Start Year:
  • Positions:1
  • Deadline: April 1 (of prior calendar year before anticipated start)
  • Salary: $74,837 (AY 2023-24)
  • Contact Person: Monique Rodriguez, Program Coordinator or Mary Ann Oler, Education Program Coordinator
  • Email: Mjvaldez@mdanderson.org or MAOler@mdanderson.org
  • Phone: Monique: 713-563-7765 Mary Ann: 713-792-9530
  • Facility:
  • Address:
  • 1400 Holcombe Blvd.
  • Unit 409
  • Houston
  • Texas 77030
  • Telephone: 713-792-6911
  • Website: https://www.mdanderson.org/education-training/clinical-research-training/graduate-medical-education/residencies-fellowships/acute-pain-regional-anesthesia.html
  • Director: Bryce Speer, D.O.
  • Other affiliated faculty:

    • Andrzej Kwater, M.D.- Associate Director
    • Keyuri Popat, M.D.
    • Semhar Ghebremichael, M.D.
    • Shannon Hancher-Hodges, M.D.
    • Antoinette Van Meter, M.D.
    • Uduak Ursula Williams, M.D.
    • Asca M. Zavala, M.D.
    • Hart Donahue, M.D.
  • Participating hospitals:
    • MD Anderson Cancer Center (Main Campus)
    • Houston Methodist Hospital (Ambulatory Surgery Center)

Fellows will pursue a comprehensive 12-month experience in regional anesthesia and acute pain medicine.  Training will include peripheral nerve, nerve plexus, truncal blockade and neuraxial procedures and acute pain medicine for surgical and nonsurgical patients including perineural catheters, ultrasound-guided and nerve stimulator localization techniques.  Through a fellowship in regional anesthesia and acute pain medicine an individual will progress in his or her development as a perioperative physician and develop the expertise to excel in academic and private practice environments.

The field of regional anesthesia and acute pain medicine received approval to create ACGME fellowships in 2016. The structure of the UTSW  fellowship is consistent with these ACGME guidelines. We are currently seeking ACGME accreditation for our fellowship.

This program uses the common application. Submit the completed application directly to the individual Fellowship Program.

Apply here

  • Specialty:Acute Pain/Regional Anesthesia
  • Duration:12 months
  • Start Year:
  • Positions:1
  • Deadline: June 30th or rolling if unfilled at that time
  • Salary: to be determined
  • Contact Person: Kelli Speer
  • Email: anesfellowship@utsouthwestern.edu
  • Phone: (214) 648-4831
  • Facility:
  • Address:
  • 5323 Harry Hines Blvd
  • Dallas
  • Texas 75390-9068
  • Telephone: 214.648.7837
  • Website: http://www.utswanesthesia.org/
  • Director: Anthony Machi, M.D.
  • Other affiliated faculty:
  • John Alexander, M.D.
    Kanu Birdi, M.D.
    Trent Bryson, M.D.
    Gloria Cheng, M.D.
    Jose Garcia, M.D.
    Irina Gasanova, M.D.
    Stephanie Jones, M.D.
    Enas Kandil, M.D.
    Mitchell Lin, M.D.
    Carl Noe, M.D.
    Adnan Rafique, M.D.
    Humair Rana, M.D.
    Sandy Thammasithiboon, M.D.

  • Participating hospitals:
  • William P. Clements, Jr. University Hospital, Zale Lipshy University Hospital, UTSW Outpatient Surgery Center,  Parkland Hospital System, Eugene McDermott Pain Management Center, Children's Medical Center Dallas

This is a clinically focused Fellowship within a fully staffed and equipped dedicated block room that performs over 2000 preoperative regional blocks per year. Ultrasound guidance is standard for all upper and lower extremity blocks. Both single injection and catheter techniques are expected competencies following completion of the Fellowship. Sixty percent of Fellowship time (3 days per week) is dedicated to regional anesthesia practice (clinical 2 days, research 1 day), with the remaining 2 clinical Operating Room days distributed throughout the scope of practice at our full-service adult tertiary care trauma centre.

  • Start dates January and July (2 Fellows each start date)
  • Acceptance ~16 months in advance
  • Annual Salary: $100,000 CDN (plus 4 weeks vacation and 1 week conference leave).
  • Special Requirements: FRCPC, FRCA, FANZCA, or equivalent
Via Website:  http://www.anesthesia.utoronto.ca/edu/fellowship/offered/smhultra.htm
  • Specialty:Acute Pain/Regional Anesthesia
  • Duration:12 months
  • Start Year:
  • Positions:4
  • Deadline: Accepted until position is filled
  • Salary: CDN $100,000
  • Contact Person: Ahmed Hamdy, MBBCh Department of Anesthesia
  • Email: HamdyA@smh.ca
  • Phone: 416.864.5071
  • Facility:
  • Address:
  • Ahmed Hamdy, MBBCh, Department of Anesthesia, St. Michael's Hospital
  • 30 Bond Street
  • Toronto
  • Ontario, Canada M5B 1W8
  • Telephone: 416.864.5071
  • Website: http://www.anesthesia.utoronto.ca/edu/fellowship/offered/smhultra.htm
  • Director: Not provided
  • Other affiliated faculty:
  • Participating hospitals:

The University of Utah, Department of Anesthesiology is currently applying for ACGME fellowship accreditation for Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Medicine. We hope to transition to an accredited status for the 2023-2024 fellowship year.

Our fellows are valued colleagues for a service that performs nearly 4500 peripheral nerve blocks and perineural catheters, and 300 thoracic epidurals each year. Fellow also rotate on our acute pain medicine, chronic pain, and cancer pain services. We believe it is important for our fellows to maintain fluency in the operating room, so part of their clinical time is spent in the operating room performing anesthesia. Exposure to pediatric regional anesthesia, trauma regional anesthesia, addiction medicine, research and quality improvement opportunities are also part of the fellowship experience.

This program uses the common application. Submit the completed application directly to the individual Fellowship Program.

Apply here

  • Specialty:Acute Pain/Regional Anesthesia
  • Duration:12 months
  • Start Year:
  • Positions:4
  • Deadline: Reviewed in January but accepted until positions are filled
  • Salary: $74,000 plus benefits and moonlighting opportunities
  • Contact Person: Franki Roberts
  • Email: franki.roberts@utah.edu
  • Phone: 801-587-4804
  • Facility:
  • Address:
  • University of Utah, Department of Anesthesiology
  • 30 N. 1900 East, 3C444
  • Salt Lake City
  • Utah 84132
  • Telephone: (801) 581-6393
  • Website: https://medicine.utah.edu/anesthesiology/education/fellowships/acute-pain/
  • Director: Adam Meier, DO
  • Other affiliated faculty:
    • Jay Buys, M.D.

    • Blake Campbell, M.D.

    • Kevin Conrad, M.D.

    • Jennifer Davis, M.D.

    • Kasi Goodwin, M.D.

    • Ken Johnson, M.D.

    • Eddie Kim, M.D.

    • Katherine Koniuch, M.D.

    • Nathan Orgain, M.D.

    • Evelyn Loose, M.D.

    • Cynthia Newberry, M.D.

    • Eric Piacenza, M.D.

    • Jacob Pollard, M.D.

    • Jeffrey Swenson, M.D.

    • Smitha Warrier, M.D.

  • Participating hospitals:
    • University of Utah Hospital

    • Huntsman Cancer Hospital

    • University of Utah Orthopaedics Hospital

    • Salt Lake VA Hospital

Core Related Specialty: Anesthesiology

Fellowship in The Match®? Yes

Number of Positions Available: 2-3


Description

Interventional Multidisciplinary Pain Fellowship

  • Specialty: Chronic Pain
  • Duration:1 year
  • Start Year:
  • Positions:2
  • Deadline: Per Electronic Residency Application Service® (ERAS®)/National Resident Matching Program® (NRMP®)
  • Salary:
  • Contact Person: Heather Gottfried Program Administrator
  • Email: Heather.Gottfried@uvmhealth.org
  • Phone: 802-847-2415
  • Facility:
  • Address:
  • 111 Colchester Ave.
  • Burlington
  • Vermont 05401
  • Telephone: 802-847-2415
  • Website: https://www.uvmhealth.org/gme/fellowships/pain-medicine
  • Director: Tiffini Lake, MD
  • Other affiliated faculty:
  • Participating hospitals:

The Regional Anesthesia Fellowship is designed to give advanced clinical, technical and research training in the field of regional anesthesia. Locations will include the University of Virginia Medical Center and the newly built Outpatient Surgical Center. The University of Virginia performs more than 5,000 peripheral nerve blocks and catheters annually. Clinical work will be comprised of 80% fellow/20% faculty position. Additional time will be allocated to research endeavors and conference attendance. The University provides a nurturing and supportive environment with regional nurse coordinators and significant faculty support. No required weekends or call but opportunity for additional salary supplementation with weekend work.

$3,000.00 is Professional Fund for conferences, books, and additional educational endeavors. There is also opportunity to supplement income with additional work on weekends though not required.

The University of Virginia is a 550+ bed hospital, Level I trauma center, located in Charlottesville, Virginia.

This program uses the common application. Submit the completed application directly to the individual Fellowship Program.

Apply here

  • Specialty:Acute Pain/Regional Anesthesia
  • Duration:12 months
  • Start Year:
  • Positions:2
  • Deadline: Accepted until position is filled
  • Salary: $120,000 annually w/benefits +$3,000
  • Contact Person: Brett Elmore, MD Fellowship Director
  • Email: anesthesiology-regionalfellow@virginia.edu
  • Phone: (434) 924-2283
  • Facility:
  • Address:
  • University of Virginia Department of Anesthesiology
  • P.O. Box 800710
  • Charlottesville
  • Virginia 22908-0710
  • Telephone: (434) 924-2283
  • Website: http://www.medicine.virginia.edu/clinical/departments/anesthesiology/education/fellowships/regional
  • Director: Brett Elmore, MD
  • Other affiliated faculty:
    • Ashley Shilling, MD
    • Lee White, MD
    • William Manson, MD
    • D. Aric Elmer, MD 
    • Peter Amato, MD
    • James Kim, MD 
    • Brett Elmore, MD
    • Paul De Marco, MD
    • Jennifer Potter, MD
  • Participating hospitals:
  • University of Virginia Health System

    • 27 Operating Suites for Main Hospital
    • 12 Outpatient Surgical Center Operating Suites
    • 2 IMRIS rooms
    • 3 Procedure Rooms
    • 7 Offsite Locations

 

Core Related Specialty: Anesthesiology

Fellowship in The Match®? Yes


Description

The fellow’s year on the pain services is spent in the (chronic) Pain Management Center (PMC) and on the In-Hospital Consult Service (CPS). Approximately 60% of the time is spent in the PMC. This time is divided between clinic, seeing 8-10 patients per day, and performing 15-18 interventional procedures per day. These procedures encompass a varied assortment of pain management techniques. The daily clinic schedule is a blend of patients new to the system and revisits. 20% of the time is spent leading the CPS which runs a daily census of 5-10 consult patients. 20% of the fellow’s time is dedicated to the ACGME mandated rotations which include physical medicine and rehabilitation, psychiatry, neurology, and anesthesiology/airway management. Fellows rotate through the services that are not their primary specialty. Generally, these rotations are two weeks long.

University of Virginia Program Slide

All applications to this program are to be submitted through the Electronic Residency Application Service® (ERAS®).
Apply here. 

Applicant Interview Timeframe: May-June

  • Specialty: Chronic Pain
  • Duration:1 year
  • Start Year:
  • Positions:6
  • Deadline: Per Electronic Residency Application Service® (ERAS®)/National Resident Matching Program® (NRMP®)
  • Salary: $66,215
  • Contact Person: Callie Keller Program Coordinator
  • Email: cmk4w@hscmail.mcc.virginia.edu
  • Phone: 434-982-4307
  • Facility:
  • Address:
  • PO Box 800710
  • Charlottesville
  • Virginia 22908
  • Telephone: 434-924-2283
  • Website: https://med.virginia.edu/anesthesiology/education/fellowships/pain-medicine-fellowship/
  • Director: Lynn Kohan, MD
  • Other affiliated faculty:
  • Program Director
    Lynn Kohan, MD
    Associate Professor
    Phone: 434-243-5676
    Email: lrk9g@hscmail.mcc.virginia.edu

    Associate Program Director
    Logan Kinch, MD
    Phone: 434-243-5676
    Email: ldk6gv@hscmail.mcc.virginia.edu

    Participating Affiliated Faculty:

    • Robert Goldstein MD
    • Anna Irwin DO
    • Logan Kinch MD
    • Cody Rowan MD
    • Amy Zhu MD

  • Participating hospitals:
    • University of Virginia Health System
    • Monticello Surgery Center

Core Related Specialty: Anesthesiology

Fellowship in The Match®? Yes

Number of Positions Available: 5 adult and 1 pediatric pain


Description

Our mission is to “provide world-class education to physicians in multidisciplinary pain medicine who will then meet the needs of the community and beyond, by advancing the art and science of pain medicine and assume leadership in the field.”

University of Washington Program Slide

Please visit our website at https://depts.washington.edu/anesth/education/fellows/pain.shtml.

Applicant Interview Timeframe: May-July

Fellowship starts off cycle in August.

  • Specialty: Chronic Pain
  • Duration:1 year
  • Start Year:
  • Positions:6
  • Deadline: Per Electronic Residency Application Service® (ERAS®)/National Resident Matching Program® (NRMP®)
  • Salary: $71,280
  • Contact Person: Erin Moore Program Administrator
  • Email: em20@uw.edu
  • Phone: 206-221-9239
  • Facility:
  • Address:
  • Roosevelt Center for Pain Relief
  • Seattle
  • Washington 98105
  • Telephone:
  • Website: https://depts.washington.edu/anesth/education/fellows/pain.shtml
  • Director: Rebecca Dale, DO
  • Other affiliated faculty:
  • Program Director
    Rebecca Dale, DO
    Assistant Professor
    Email: rdale@uw.edu

    Associate Program Director
    Jacob Gross, MD
    Assistant Professor

  • Participating hospitals:
    • The VA Puget Sound
    • Harborview Medical Center
    • University of Washington

The University of Washington’s Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine offers 3 clinical fellowship positions in Regional Anesthesia based at UWMC and at HMC. The regional fellow will devote 60% of their effort to academic activities related to regional anesthesia, including learning advanced regional anesthesia techniques from our national and internationally known faculty experts, teaching and supervising residents, and performing clinical research. The clinical activities undertaken by the regional fellow will consist of a 40% effort working as an acting instructor in the department of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine including clinical OR work and three 15 hour in-house OR call sessions per month.

This program uses the common application. Submit the completed application directly to the individual Fellowship Program.

Apply here

  • Specialty:Acute Pain/Regional Anesthesia
  • Duration:12 months
  • Start Year:
  • Positions:3
  • Deadline: 12/1/2015
  • Salary: TBD
  • Contact Person: Tony Price Faculty Fellowship Program Assistant
  • Email: anesfell@uw.edu
  • Phone: (206) 221-3017
  • Facility:
  • Address:
  • 1969 NE Pacific St.
  • Box 356540
  • Seattle
  • Washington 98195
  • Telephone: (206) 221-3017
  • Website: https://depts.washington.edu/anesth/education/fellows/regional.shtml
  • Director: Vanessa Loland, MD
  • Other affiliated faculty:
  • Participating hospitals:

The fellowship is divided between research, education and clinical experience obtained as a fellow in regional anesthesia and faculty supervising residents/anesthetists for a variety of surgical procedures. 

Clinical experience will be divided between the main University of Wisconsin campus (a Level I trauma center with active transplant, general surgery, breast, thoracic and cardiac programs) and a satellite center providing regional anesthesia services for a high-volume orthopedics practice. Upper and lower extremity peripheral nerve and plexus blocks, continuous catheter techniques for postoperative pain treatment, paravertebral techniques, fascial plane blocks and central neuraxial techniques (spinal, thoracic epidural and combined spinal-epidural) are extensively utilized to provide perioperative pain management.  Comprehensive multimodal perioperative pain management training is provided via experience with lidocaine and ketamine infusions.  Experience with chronic pain management may also be obtained via work with fellowship trained chronic pain Anesthesiologists. 

 Clinical experience is supplemented with training in a high-fidelity simulation center, journal club and cadaver lab experience.  Efforts are made to augment clinical training with research and presentation experience.

 This fellowship is located in Madison, WI - a vibrant, collegiate city surrounded by five lakes and miles of biking/hiking trails located in southeastern Wisconsin.  Madison is an open and diverse community and is consistently ranked highly on a number of “Best City for X” rankings. 

This program uses the common application. Submit the completed application directly to the individual Fellowship Program.

Apply here

  • Specialty:Acute Pain/Regional Anesthesia
  • Duration:12 months
  • Start Year:
  • Positions:4
  • Deadline: Accepted until position is filled
  • Salary: $145,000
  • Contact Person: Patrick S. Meyer, MD Fellowship Director
  • Email: www.anesthesia.wisc.edu
  • Phone: (608) 263-8100
  • Facility:
  • Address:
  • Department of Anesthesiology University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics
  • 600 Highland Avenue, B6/319
  • Madison
  • Wisconsin 53972-3272
  • Telephone: (608) 263-8100
  • Website: www.anesthesia.wisc.edu
  • Director: Patrick S. Meyer, MD
  • Other affiliated faculty:
  • Alaa Abd-Elsayed, MD
    Alian Aquino, MD
    Kristin Bevil, MD
    Jocelyn Blake, MD
    Shelly Borden, MD
    Thomas Broderick, MD
    Timothy Casias, MD
    Steven Ethier, DO
    Lisa Klesius, MD
    Patrick Meyer, MD
    Keith Pride, MD
    Kristopher Schroeder, MD
    Benjamin Walker, MD
    Elizabeth Wilson, MD

  • Participating hospitals:
    • University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics
    • UW Health at The American Center
    • American Family Children's Hospital
    • Madison Surgery Center

Core Related Specialty: Anesthesiology; Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Fellowship in The Match®? Yes

Application Deadline: Per Electronic Residency Application Service® (ERAS®)/National Resident Matching Program® (NRMP®)


Description

Fellows are trained by multidisciplinary faculty in outpatient pain & spine clinics. Approximately 50% of time is in interventional pain management, training in fluoro and ultrasound guided procedures, and advanced skills training including SCS, DRG, PNS implants, pain pumps. Other clinical experiences include acute pain, headache & facial pain, palliative care, outpatient & inpatient pediatric pain, pain psychiatry & pain psychology, addiction medicine, and radiology. Rigorous didactics 3 to 5 days/week, weekly board prep, monthly journal clubs, evidence based medicine series, and IPM lectures and didactics by multidisciplinary faculty are also incorporated. Research requirement, infrastructure, and support staff is available to help with research. Opportunities for working with faculty on publications is provided. Events include Research Day, simulation center activity, cadaver labs, spine & nerve/plexus anatomy, suture skills training, FR & SCS/DRG courses, and mindfulness meditation.

University of Wisconsin Program Slide

All applications to this program are to be submitted through the Electronic Residency Application Service® (ERAS®).
Apply here. 

Applicant Interview Timeframe: May-June

  • Specialty:Acute Pain/Regional Anesthesia
  • Duration:1 year
  • Start Year:
  • Positions:2
  • Deadline: Per Electronic Residency Application Service® (ERAS®)/National Resident Matching Program® (NRMP®)
  • Salary: $72,000 including $500 well-being benefit
  • Contact Person: Delilah Kowalke Education Program Manager
  • Email: kowalke@rehab.wisc.edu
  • Phone: 608-263-8642
  • Facility:
  • Address:
  • 1685 Highland Ave
  • Madison
  • Wisconsin 53705
  • Telephone: 608-263-8642
  • Website: https://ortho.wisc.edu/education-and-training/pain-medicine-fellowship/
  • Director: Nalini Sehgal, MD
  • Other affiliated faculty:
  • Program Director
    Nalini Sehgal, MD
    Professor
    Chair, Division of Rehabilitation Medicine
    Program Director, Multidisciplinary Pain Medicine Fellowship
    Vice Chair, Department of Orthopedics and Rehabilitation
    Phone: 608-263-0582
    Email: sehgal@rehab.wisc.edu

    Associate Program Director
    Keith Pride, MD
    Assistant Professor
    Associate Program Director
    Multidisciplinary Pain Medicine Fellowship
    Phone: 608-263-8642
    Email: kmpride@wisc.edu

  • Participating hospitals:

Fellowship Website

Vanderbilt's Regional Anesthesiology and Acute Pain Medicine fellowship was established in 2009 and accredited during the first cycle of accreditation for the specialty in the Fall of 2016. The program accepts 2 fellows each year, with expansion to 3 fellows per year under consideration by the ACGME (determination in Jan 2022). The fellowship is split between several sites. 

Primary Site:

Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC): a large, quaternary care hospital and level 1 trauma center and a national Top-5 trauma center by volume.

Secondary Sites:

Vanderbilt Health Belle Meade and Vanderbilt Surgery Center, two fast-paced ambulatory orthopedic surgery centers

Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital, a VUMC adjacent children's hospital with acute and chronic pediatric pain programs

Vanderbilt Psychiatric Hospital

Kijabe Hospital, Kijabe, Kenya, the site of an optional international regional anesthesia elective

Fellowship Rotations include:

Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain

  • > 7,000 blocks per year across all sites
  • High volume of epidural and peripheral nerve catheters, including management chest and extremity trauma
  • Home peripheral nerve catheter program
  • Focus on perioperative medicine, including enhanced recovery (ERAS) programs
  • Training in multimodal analgesia and opioid minimization
  • A multidisciplinary team, including faculty, fellows, residents, & NPs  

Ambulatory Regional Anesthesia:

  • Ambulatory surgery centers with a private practice feel
  • Focus on speed, efficiency, and single-injection and peripheral nerve catheters
  • High-volume ambulatory total joint replacement center
  • 8-12 weeks spread through fellowship

International Regional Anesthesia (optional, 1 fellow per year)

  • 4-week, regional anesthesia-focused rotation at a hospital in Kenya
  • Vanderbilt has a full-time faculty member there throughout the year as medical director of their operating suites
  • Heavy use of neuraxial and peripheral regional anesthesia
  • ACGME-approved rotation, minimizing logistical barriers
  • Opportunities for travel and expense funding

Pediatric Pain

  • Large, academic children’s hospital
  • Hybrid acute/chronic/regional pain experience
  • A focus on pediatric ERAS

Addiction Psychiatry

  • Education in buprenorphine initiation and management
  • Learn to manage opioid use disorder and withdrawal
  • First-hand experience of the personal toll of the opioid crisis
  • Gain perspective on what is at stake when patients are placed on perioperative opioids

Adult Chronic Pain

  • Inpatient chronic pain service and outpatient cancer pain clinics
  • Participate with basic procedures as well as neurolytics and implants

Oromaxillofacial Surgery

  • Perform intraoral nerve blocks for dental procedures
  • A distinctive 2-week experience offered by few other fellowships

Obstetric Anesthesia (optional)

  • Over 5,000 deliveries per year with a focus on high-risk obstetrics

OR Anesthesia

  • 2-3 weeks paired with attendings supervising 3-4 rooms of OR anesthesia
  • Maintain OR skills and practice airway, vascular access, and supervising skills
  • Perform blocks for patients in those ORs

Aside from the clinical experience, the curriculum is focused on a broad range of areas, leveraging our superb faculty to provide exposure to an array of topics including deep dives into anatomy, practice, and service management, enhanced recovery principles and practice, classic and emerging techniques for regional, informatics, education techniques, etc.

In summary, Vanderbilt combines a world-class clinical experience with training in the breadth of regional techniques, a deep focus on education, and clinical rotations that cannot be matched.

Approximate Salary: $70,763 with $2,400 CME funds; opportunities for internal moonlighting after 4 months if meeting fellowship milestones (TN medical license required). Additional funding for international rotation and conferences.

This program uses the common application. Submit the completed application directly to the individual Fellowship Program.

Apply here

  • Specialty:Acute Pain/Regional Anesthesia
  • Duration:12 months
  • Start Year:2023
  • Positions:2
  • Deadline: Applications for 2023 will be reviewed starting December 2021 until positions are filled. Interviews planned for January-March 2022.
  • Salary: $70,763.95 ($5,897 monthly)
  • Contact Person: Laurie Hembree Fellowship Program Coordinator
  • Email: laurieann.hembree@vumc.org
  • Phone: 615-343-5860
  • Facility:
  • Address:
  • Vanderbilt University Medical Center
  • Department of Anesthesiology, 1301 Medical Center Drive, 4648 TVC
  • Nashville
  • Tennessee 37232-5614
  • Telephone: (615) 936-3198
  • Website: https://www.vumc.org/anesthesiology/regional-anesthesiology-and-acute-pain-fellowship
  • Director: Brian F.S. Allen, M.D.
  • Other affiliated faculty:
    • Vik Bansal, M.D.

    • Clifford Bowens, M.D.

    • Eric Briggs, M.D.

    • Jeff Clemmons, M.D.

    • Lane Crawford, M.D.

    • Charlie Doyle, M.D.

    • David Edwards, M.D., PhD

    • Andrew Franklin, M.D., M.B.A.

    • Raj Gupta, M.D.

    • Travis Hamilton, D.O., MMHC

    • Kris Kast, M.D.

    • Brandon Pruett, M.D. 

    • Kaylyn Sachse, M.D. 

    • Nick Statzer, M.D.

    • Ted Yaghmour, M.D.

  • Participating hospitals:
      • Vanderbilt University Medical Center

        AIC Kijabe Hospital

        Vanderbilt Health Belle Meade

        Vanderbilt Surgery Center

        Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital

        Vanderbilt Psychiatric Hospital

        Vanderbilt Wilson County Hospital

    Core Related Specialty: Anesthesiology

    Fellowship in The Match®? Yes

    Application Deadline: Per Electronic Residency Application Service® (ERAS®)/National Resident Matching Program® (NRMP®)

    Number of Positions Available: 4 currently; 5 for 2022-23

     


    Description

    The department of anesthesiology at Vanderbilt University is proud to direct the institution’s first and only multidisciplinary pain management fellowship. Accredited by the ACGME in 2008, our fellowship combines extensive experience with advanced interventional techniques in addition to rotations in regional anesthesia, addiction psychiatry, neurology, radiology, neuroradiology, neurosurgery, physical medicine and rehabilitation, cancer pain, and palliative care. Trainees in the fellowship program will be extensively exposed to strategies of pain management by both anesthesiologists and faculty from other disciplines. The fellows, regardless of their primary specialty, should be competent in pain assessment, formulation, and coordination of a multiple modality treatment plan, integration of pain treatment with primary disease management and palliative care, and interaction with members of a disciplinary team.

    Vanderbilt University Medical Center Program Slide

    All applications for our Pain Anesthesiology fellowship are accepted each year January 1st through March 14th in Electronic Residency Application Service® (ERAS®), ACGME Program ID # 5304704001, the online application service of the AAMC. Letters of recommendation should be addressed to the program director, Dr. Christopher Sobey. Visit the NRMP® Match website at http://www.nrmp.org and click on the “Fellowship Timeline” button and follow the prompts to register for a match. There will be a nominal fee charged by the NRMP® Match organization for registering your application. Be sure to read, complete, and send all of your application materials using ERAS®.
    Apply here. 

    Applicant Interview Timeframe: Middle of May through the beginning of July

    Fellowship starts off cycle on August 1.

    Sponsored visas are offered for international applicants.

    • Specialty: Chronic Pain
    • Duration:1 year
    • Start Year:
    • Positions:5
    • Deadline: Per Electronic Residency Application Service® (ERAS®)/National Resident Matching Program® (NRMP®)
    • Salary: $70,763
    • Contact Person: Jillian Powell Pain Medicine Fellowship Coordinator
    • Email: jillian.h.powell@vumc.org
    • Phone: 615-936-7616
    • Facility:
    • Address:
    • 719 Thompson Lane, Suite 22200
    • Nashville
    • Tennessee 37204
    • Telephone: 615-936-7616
    • Website: https://www.vumc.org/anesthesiology/pain-medicine-fellowship
    • Director: Chris Sobey, MD
    • Other affiliated faculty:
    • Program Director
      Chris Sobey, MD
      Associate Professor of Clinical Anesthesiology
      Phone: 615-322-4311
      Email: Christopher.m.sobey@vumc.org

      Associate Program Director
      Puneet Mishra, MD
      Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology
      Phone: 615-322-4311
      Email: Puneet.mishra@vumc.org

       

      Participating Affiliated Faculty:

      • David Edwards, MD – Division Chief
      • John Corey, MD – Clinic Director
      • Rebecca Donald, MD
      • Andrew Pisansky, MD
      • Benjamin MacDougall, MD
      • Michael Chi, MD
      • Carrie Brintz, PhD – Pain Psychologist
      • Lauren Poe, DO
      • Amanda Toye, MD
      • Jeremy Walker, MD

    • Participating hospitals:
    • Vanderbilt University Medical Center

    Core Related Specialty: Anesthesiology; Neurology; Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; Emergency Medicine; Any ACGME-accredited residency

    Fellowship in The Match®? Yes

    Application Deadline: Per Electronic Residency Application Service® (ERAS®)/National Resident Matching Program® (NRMP®)

     

     

    All applications to this program are to be submitted through the Electronic Residency Application Service® (ERAS®).
    Apply here. 

    Applicant Interview Timeframe: April-June

    • Specialty: Chronic Pain
    • Duration:1 year
    • Start Year:
    • Positions:3
    • Deadline: Per Electronic Residency Application Service® (ERAS®)/National Resident Matching Program® (NRMP®)
    • Salary: Varies by PGY
    • Contact Person: Sharon Mann Education Administrator
    • Email: Sharon.mann@vcuhealth.org
    • Phone: 804-828-8693
    • Facility:
    • Address:
    • PO Box 980677
    • Richmond
    • Virginia 23298
    • Telephone: 804-828-8693
    • Website: https://pmr.vcu.edu/education/pain-management-fellowship/
    • Director: Elizabeth Huntoon, MD
    • Other affiliated faculty:
      • Marc Huntoon, MD
      • Rob Trainer, MD
      • David Drake, MD
      • Meena Bindal, MD
      • Denise Lester, MD
      • Andrew Chapman, MD
      • Mary Wells,  MD
    • Participating hospitals:
    • McGuire VAMC

    The regional anesthesia fellowship at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) in Richmond, VA is designed to provide a well-rounded experience through clinical care, education, research, and professional development. Fellows gain experience in a wide range of skills associated with regional anesthesiology utilizing various techniques to perform single shot and catheter blocks. Each fellow will personally perform and supervise residents in over 1500 blocks during the fellowship year, including upper and lower extremity catheters as well as paravertebral and truncal blocks. The fellows are intimately involved with the inpatient pain consult service, which allows them to evaluate and treat patients with challenging medical and surgical conditions. In addition, fellows spend an average of two days per week as an attending anesthesiologist doing a mix of general operating room cases. This allows the fellow to maintain their clinical anesthesiology skills and make supplemental income. Each fellow receives a stipend in professional funds for conferences, books, and additional academic endeavors. Lastly, the regional anesthesia fellowship prepares trainees to evaluate pertinent literature, develop and conduct original clinical or basic science research projects, and present such work at national and international academic meetings. To enhance the academic mission, the fellows have dedicated time to focus on ongoing research opportunities.

    VCU offers a culture where surgeons are very supportive of using regional anesthesia techniques to improve the patient experience. The acute pain division has a strong presence within the hospital administration. The department’s commitment to pain management has created an unparalleled opportunity for its regional fellows to learn, improve, and contribute to ongoing initiatives.

    This program uses the common application. Submit the completed application directly to the individual Fellowship Program.

    Apply here

    • Specialty:Acute Pain/Regional Anesthesia
    • Duration:12 months
    • Start Year:
    • Positions:2
    • Deadline: April 1 for first-round of interviews, subsequent interviews will be offered until position is filled
    • Salary: 75k, with additional compensation ~20-60k
    • Contact Person: Bryant Tran, MD Fellowship Program Director
    • Email: bryant.tran@vcuhealth.org
    • Phone: 804-828-2207
    • Facility:
    • Address:
    • 1200 E. Broad Street, 7th Floor
    • P.O. Box 980695
    • Richmond
    • Virginia 23298-0695
    • Telephone: 804-828-2207
    • Website: https://anesthesiology.vcu.edu/education/regional-anesthesia-acute-pain-fellowship/
    • Director: Bryant Tran, MD and Maliha Nowrouz, MD- Associate Program Director
    • Other affiliated faculty:
    • Sabrina Dhillon, MD

      Jay Napoleon, MD

      Deanna Couser, MD

      John Burgner, MD

      Praveen Prasanna, MBBS

      Shilen Thakrar, MD

      Cedric Campbell, MD

      Astrid Overholt, MD

      Matthew Torre, DO

      David Moffatt, MD

      Michael Buxhoeveden, MD

      Tamara Lawson, MD

      Ilia Brusilovsky, MD

      Marc Huntoon, MD

      Andrew Chapman, MD

      Josh Lee, MD

      Laura Lahaye, MD

    • Participating hospitals:
    • Virginia Commonwealth University Health System (1 hospital)

    Core Related Specialty: Anesthesiology

    Fellowship in The Match®? Yes

    Application Deadline: Per Electronic Residency Application Service® (ERAS®)/National Resident Matching Program® (NRMP®)

    Salary: See updated salary at https://www.virginiamason.org/house-staff-benefits


    Description

    Virginia Mason Pain Medicine Fellowship offers 2 fellow positions annually. Our mission is to train future leaders of pain medicine through developing the knowledge and skills necessary to improve the health and wellbeing of the patients we serve and provide care that is appropriate, compassionate, and consistent with a patient centered paradigm throughout the spectrum of acute, chronic, perioperative, and cancer pain. We are committed to providing a top quality experience for the fellows, with a balanced and comprehensive exposure to acute and perioperative pain management, chronic pain management, and cancer pain management. Each fellowship is further tailored to meet individual objectives, with outside rotations and clinical pain research, culminating in a congenial and stimulating academic environment.

    All applications to this program are to be submitted through the Electronic Residency Application Service® (ERAS®).
    Apply here. 

    Applicant Interview Timeframe: Per ERAS application timeline

    Fellowship starts off cycle on August 1.

    • Specialty: Chronic Pain
    • Duration:1 year
    • Start Year:
    • Positions:2
    • Deadline: Per Electronic Residency Application Service® (ERAS®)/National Resident Matching Program® (NRMP®)
    • Salary:
    • Contact Person: Elana Ross Residency Program Coordinator
    • Email: Elana.Ross@virginiamason.org
    • Phone: 206-341-1298
    • Facility:
    • Address:
    • 1100 9th Ave
    • Seattle
    • Washington 98101
    • Telephone: 206-341-1298
    • Website: https://www.virginiamason.org/pain-medicine-fellowship
    • Director: Christine Oryhan, MD
    • Other affiliated faculty:
    • Participating hospitals:
      • Virginia Mason Medical Center
      • University of Washington Neurology

    Virginia Mason has a distinguished history of excellence in regional anesthesia dating back to 1947 with the arrival of Dr. Daniel C. Moore, whose enthusiasm for regional anesthesia quickly spread through the departments of anesthesia and surgery. The commitment to teaching regional techniques remains a core aspect of our mission. Excellence in these techniques is derived from detailed knowledge of anatomy and sonoanatomy. Our faculty are dedicated to teaching both the art and science of regional anesthesiology and acute pain medicine and we look forward to helping you on your path to mastering this specialty.

    This program uses the common application. Submit the completed application directly to the individual Fellowship Program.

    Apply here

    • Specialty:Acute Pain/Regional Anesthesia
    • Duration:12 months
    • Start Year:
    • Positions:3
    • Deadline: Accepted until position is filled
    • Salary: TBD
    • Contact Person: Raymond S. Joseph, Jr., M.D. Fellowship Director
    • Email: raymond.joseph@vmmc.org
    • Phone: (206) 223-6980
    • Facility:
    • Address:
    • 1100 Ninth Avenue B2-AN
    • Seattle
    • Washington 98101
    • Telephone: (206) 223-6980
    • Website: www.virginiamason.org/fellowship-opportunitiesin-regional-anesthesia
    • Director: Raymond S. Joseph, Jr., M.D.
    • Other affiliated faculty:
      • Ava Alamdari, M.D.
      • David B. Auyong, M.D.
      • Raymond S. Joseph, Jr. M.D.
      • Christine L. Oryhan, M.D.
      • Nathan P. Painter, M.D.
      • Jeffrey A. Rouse, M.D.
      • Wyndham M. Strodtbeck, M.D.
      • Daniel T. Warren, M.D.
      • Stanley C. Yuan, M.D.
      • Emeritus Faculty
        • M.S. Batra, M.D.
        • Michael F. Mulroy, M.D.
        • Joseph M. Neal, M.D.
        • Julia E. Pollock, M.D.
        • Gale E. Thompson, M.D.
    • Participating hospitals:
    • Virginia Mason Medical Center

    The purpose of the fellowship in regional anesthesia at Wake Forest School of Medicine is to educate anesthesiologists who become qualified and committed to enhancing, teaching and promoting the specialty of regional anesthesia and acute pain medicine. For full program details, please review program description, requirements, and goals and objectives on the Fellowship link at the Wake Forest Departmental website HERE.

    Program will be accepting applications beginning 12/1/2020 for fellowship year 2022-2023. 

    This program uses the common application. Submit the completed application directly to the individual Fellowship Program.

    Apply here

    • Specialty:Acute Pain/Regional Anesthesia
    • Duration:12 months
    • Start Year:
    • Positions:3
    • Deadline: Accepted until position is filled
    • Salary: $85,000 w/potential for add'l. clinical income
    • Contact Person: Sherry Meacham Dept. of Anesthesiology
    • Email: smeacham@wakehealth.edu
    • Phone: (336) 716-7194
    • Facility:
    • Address:
    • Dept. of Anesthesiology – 9th Flr CSB Wake Forest University School of Medicine
    • Medical Center Blvd
    • Winston-Salem
    • North Carolina 27157
    • Telephone: (336) 716-7194
    • Website: http://www.wakehealth.edu/School/Anesthesiology/Fellowships/RAAPM-Fellowship.htm
    • Director: James ("Jimmy") D. Turner, MD
    • Other affiliated faculty:
      • J. Wells Reynolds, M.D.
      • Sean Dobson, M.D.
      • Jimmy Turner, M.D.
      • Daryl Henshaw, M.D.
      • Christopher Edwards, M.D.
    • Participating hospitals:
    • Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center

    Core Related Specialty: Pain Medicine

    Fellowship in The Match®? Yes

    Application Deadline: Per Electronic Residency Application Service® (ERAS®)/National Resident Matching Program® (NRMP®)

     


    Description

    The pain medicine fellowship is for 12 months without opportunity for promotion. All program requirements for subspecialty certification in pain medicine, as outlined in the ABA Booklet of Information under “Publications” are incorporated by reference. All program requirements of the ACGME for fellow education in anesthesiology/pain medicine fellowship are incorporated by reference. Fellow performance will be assessed based on clinical and didactic curriculum completion and rotation-specific goals and objectives, as well as fulfillment of ACGME case log and duty hour reporting requirements. Fulfillment of program accountabilities, including rotational and administrative obligations as well as attendance requirements, is required for successful completion of this pain medicine fellowship. Fellows will receive informal feedback on a monthly basis. Formal evaluations will be conducted semi-annually, concurrent with ABA training report submission requirements.

    All applications to this program are to be submitted through the Electronic Residency Application Service® (ERAS®)//National Resident Matching Program® (NRMP®).
    Apply here. 

    Applicant Interview Timeframe: December-July

    Sponsored visas are offered for international applicants.

    • Specialty: Chronic Pain
    • Duration:1 year
    • Start Year:
    • Positions:5
    • Deadline: Per Electronic Residency Application Service® (ERAS®)/National Resident Matching Program® (NRMP®)
    • Salary: $64,726.00
    • Contact Person: Valerie McMahon Program Coordinator
    • Email: vmcmahon@wakehealth.edu
    • Phone: 336-716-1228
    • Facility:
    • Address:
    • 1 Medical Center Blvd
    • Winston-Salem
    • North Carolina 27157
    • Telephone: 336-716-1228
    • Website: https://school.wakehealth.edu/Education-and-Training/Residencies-and-Fellowships/Pain-Medicine-Fellowship
    • Director: Brandon Williams, MD
    • Other affiliated faculty:
    • Program Director
      Brandon Williams, MD
      Program Director
      Phone: 336-716-1228
      Email: vmcmahon@wakehealth.edu

      Associate Program Director
      Heather Columbano, MD
      Associate Program Director
      Phone: 336-716-1228
      Email: vmcmahon@wakehealth.edu


      Participants

      Participating Affiliated Faculty:

      • Robert Hurley MD, PhD
      • Amber Brooks MD
      • Meredith Adams MD
      • Graham Bullard MD
      • Carlyle Hamsher MD
      • Jennifer Oliver DO
      • Daniel Bintrim MD
      • Matthew Chung MD
    • Participating hospitals:

    Military Fellowship

    Core Related Specialty: Anesthesiology

    Fellowship in The Match®? No

    Active-Duty Military Match
    • Specialty: Chronic Pain
    • Duration:1 year
    • Start Year:
    • Positions:3
    • Deadline:
    • Salary:
    • Contact Person: Leah Jones Program Coordinator
    • Email: leah.d.jones.civ@mail.mil
    • Phone: 301-295-4455
    • Facility:
    • Address:
    • 8901 Wisconsin Ave
    • Bethesda
    • Maryland 20889
    • Telephone: 301-295-4455
    • Website: https://walterreed.tricare.mil/Health-Services/Specialty-Care/Pain-Management-Clinic
    • Director: Christopher Spevak, MD, MPH, JD
    • Other affiliated faculty:
    • Program Director
      Christopher Spevak, MD, MPH, JD
      Phone: 301-295-4455
      Email: Christopher.J.Spevak.civ@mail.mil

      Associate Program Director
      Melanie Johansson, MD
      Associate Program Director

    • Participating hospitals:
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