For physicians who have completed their year of palliative medicine fellowship training, geriatric medicine, or geriatric psychiatry, there is an opportunity for up to two additional years of academic training in geriatrics with an emphasis on palliative care.
The goal of this advanced fellowship is to develop outstanding academic and/or health care system leaders with vision and knowledge in geriatrics who are committed to leading the discipline in the 21st century.
This VA fellowship provides outstanding geriatric medicine, palliative medicine, or geriatric psychiatry research training, interdisciplinary educational opportunities, and advanced clinical and program administration learning opportunities.
Fellows have the flexibility to personalize the curriculum based on their interests, and can further their development toward careers as researchers, clinician educators, and/or medical directors.
Robert Hogikyan, MD, MPH, directs the Ann Arbor site for this program.
Send questions to the U-M Geriatric Medicine Fellowship Program.
Medical Education Scholars Program:
Fellows also have the opportunity to participate in the University of Michigan's Medical Education Scholars Program, a 10-month program designed to further develop the teaching and leadership skills necessary for a career as a clinician educator.
Faculty Development Institute
In collaboration with the Department of Family Medicine, this faculty development program is available to fellows, focusing on teaching, assessment, and administrative skills for future faculty and/or junior faculty. Training program consists of a series of monthly sessions for 5 consecutive months.