The neonatal-perinatal medicine fellowship at the Saint Louis University School of Medicine provides trainees the training required to become key policy, educational and research leaders of the future.
The neonatal-perinatal medicine fellowship program has six funded positions. Formal courses in epidemiology, statistics, newborn physiology and research methods are provided. In clinical training, an emphasis is given to bedside learning with close instructional relationships with the faculty.
Fellows are provided the time and mentorship needed to become successful in performing clinical and/or basic science research. Research projects can be initiated both within and outside the division and are tailored to the specific interests and goals of the individual.
FREIDA Online, the AMA residency and fellowship database, provides detailed information on the fellowship program. Copy and paste our 10-digit code, 329-28-21-036, into the search engine at the bottom of the page.