The Nephrology Fellowship at Baylor University Medical Center, part of Baylor Scott & White Health, is two-year program with diverse training in all aspects of kidney disease, including transplant nephrology, hypertension, inpatient care and outpatient dialysis.
Our location offers 134 critical care beds, and we have active CRRT and ECMO programs. The faculty includes national experts in acid-base electrolyte disorders and critical care nephrology. They are contributors to UpToDate and The Primer on Kidney Disease as well as numerous textbooks.
Our Renal Pathology Division is led by Joseph Zhou, MD the editor of the leading textbook in renal pathology.
Baylor Annette C. and Harold C. Simmons Transplant Institute provides a unique opportunity for fellows to gain exposure to renal transplantation. Since the inception of the institute, Baylor University Medical Center has performed more than 3,800 kidney transplants. In more than 100 liver transplants are performed each year.
We accept two fellows per year