Applicants will be considered who have completed an accredited Pediatrics residency program and are board-certified or board-eligible as defined by the American Board of Pediatrics. In addition, fellows must meet NIH T32 eligibility criteria (including citizenship criteria-US citizens, non-citizen nationals, or admitted for permanent residence).
If you are interested in applying for an Academic General Pediatrics (AGP) Fellowship participating in the National Residency Match Program (NRMP), you must complete the following:
- Register with the Pediatric Fall Specialties NRMP Match
- Complete the APA Common Fellowship Application Form
Letters of Recommendation:
You will need 3 letters of recommendation. If you are a current resident, 1 letter must be from your current Program Director. Make sure each individual receives a confidential reference report. A report must be submitted alongside each letter of recommendation. Letter writers should submit their letters of recommendation along with a confidential reference report via email directly to the Fellowship Program Director.
Applicants must email the below application materials directly to each fellowship program:
- Curriculum Vitae (CV)
- Personal statement
Submit all materials via email to:
Review of Applications
Review of applications occurs in two phases.
1. Initial screening and interviews
After submission of initial application materials, a committee will review applications and invite the most qualified applicants for a one-day interview.
2. Selection of candidates
Vanderbilt's General Academic Pediatrics Fellowship participates in the NRMP Match. Register and complete your rank order list on the NRMP website.
The General Academic Pediatrics Match dates follow the Fall Pediatric Specialties Match and including the following key dates (all times Eastern):
- Sept 23, 2020 – Application Deadline
- Early September through mid-October – Interviews
- Dec 2, 2020 – Rank order list certification deadline at 9 p.m.
- Dec 16, 2020 – Match Day at 12 p.m.
Applications should still be submitted directly to Dr. Heerman via email (not using ERAS).