Fellowships & Advanced Training Programs

The Michigan Medicine Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology is home to 10 Board-certified and non-Board-certified clinical and research fellowships. 


As a trainee, I have appreciated the incredible support and encouragement the OBGYN department has provided in pursuing my unique interests and passions. Both as a resident and fellow, department leadership and mentors have enabled me to individualize my clinical experiences and research work related to gender-affirming care. The space for individualized training has allowed me to foster my passions and develop the skills I need for the next steps in my career and clinical care.

Halley, 2019-2021 Complex Family Planning Fellow

Core Learning Opportunities

To promote cross-specialty collaboration, all trainees take part in our Michigan Medicine Didactic Curriculum. These are ½ day educational seminars on numerous topics relevant to clinical research and academic leadership. Topics include research design and implementation, identifying funding opportunities, manuscript timelines and preparation, how to be an effective teacher, and employment contracts.

In addition, the department sponsors social events for fellows and advanced trainees across all specialties to further encourage collaboration and to help fellows build both a professional and personal network.

Why Train at Michigan Medicine? A Virtual Visit

We look forward to welcoming you to our medical campus as soon as that is possible!

In the meantime, we invite you to check out our virtual visit to learn more about life as a learner at Michigan Medicine.  

Learn more about where training takes place at Michigan Medicine.