The University of Michigan Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship is an ACGME accredited program that offers comprehensive training in pediatric critical care and whose aim is to train the future leaders of pediatric critical care.
Our fellows provide care to patients admitted to the PICU while also responding to acutely deteriorating patients throughout the hospital. Our PICU fellows care for medical and surgical subspecialty patients admitted to the PICU, including patients receiving solid organ transplants and bone marrow transplants.
Our PICU fellows serve as medical command for all patients being admitted to the PICU who are transported by Michigan Survival Flight. They support referring institutions in phone consultation for critically ill patients. Fellows are trained to perform central venous catheterization, peripherally inserted central catheter placement, arterial catheterization, bronchoscopy and advanced and difficult airway management.
Tsovinar Sorkin, M.D.
Fellowship Program Director
Kristen Smith, M.D.
Associate Fellowship Director for Education
Mary Dahmer, Ph.D.
Associate Fellowship Director of Research