Occupational & Environmental Medicine Fellowship Program

Funding Agency:
Yale University

The Yale Occupational and Environmental Medicine fellowship program offers an integrated 2-year academic and practicum program with an optional third year for additional research experience.

Objectives:

  • Provide comprehensive clinical and research experience in Occupational and Environmental Medicine
  • Prepare candidates for academic, research, and clinical practice in this rapidly expanding field
  • Qualify candidates for board eligibility in Preventive Medicine/ Occupational Medicine

All trainees are expected to master the basic principles of epidemiology, biostatistics, toxicology and industrial hygiene. If they do not already hold a comparable degree, fellows are expected to complete the requirements for the Masters of Public Health degree (MPH) at the Yale School of Public Health.

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Eligibility Requirements

All applicants are expected to have completed an ACGME accredited residency in an appropriate clinical specialty, typically Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, or Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, but those completing residencies in other clinical specialties will be considered.

Graduates of International Medical Schools must have completed an ACGME accredited residency program experience in U.S. teaching hospitals to qualify for review. Applicants must also be eligible for J-1 Visa sponsorship. The Department does not sponsor H-1 Visas for residency training.

Applicants who do not hold the masters of public health degree or its equivalent are responsible for meeting all requirements for admission to the Masters in Public Health Program at the Yale School of Public Health.

Funding Type

Fellowship

Eligibility

Medical Fellow/Resident

Category

Environmental & Life Sciences
Medical - Basic Science
Medical - Clinical Science
Medical