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As part of UAB’s academic mission, one of the goals of the CTI is to educate the next generation of physicians and scientists about the life-changing benefits of transplantation.

Our fellowship training programs in transplant nephrology and abdominal transplant surgery date back to 1988 and are among the nation’s most active and respected. UAB has a longstanding training program in advanced heart failure and cardiac transplantation and recently developed a transplant pharmacy training program.

  • Renal Transplant Nephrology Fellowship

    UAB offers one of the most established and respected kidney transplant fellowships in the United States. Typically, one position is offered each academic year to a nephrologist interested in a more extensive exposure to solid organ transplantation.

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  • Abdominal Transplant Fellowship

    The Abdominal Transplant Fellowship program is designed to provide comprehensive training in multiorgan transplantation at one of the nation's busiest transplant centers. This fellowship is for individuals who have completed a general surgery residency and wish to specialize in multiorgan abdominal transplant surgery.

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  • UAB Advanced Heart Failure and Cardiac Transplant Fellowship

    This one-year fellowship is offered to those who have completed a general cardiology fellowship and are seeking advanced training in the subspeciality of heart failure, cardiac transplantation, and mechanical circulatory support leading to American Board of Internal Medicine subspecialty certification.

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  • Solid Organ Transplant Pharmacy Residency Program

    This one-year residency program is structured to provide trainees with extensive experience in the management of solid organ transplant patients. This experience will expand on skills developed during a postgraduate, year-one residency and build the skills and confidence needed to provide specialized care to transplant patients.

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