The Hospital Medicine Fellowship Program provides clinical and scholarly training with the goal of developing future hospitalists and academic leaders in the field. The clinical and research opportunities are unparalleled, and San Diego is an exciting city with an inviting year-round climate.
Clinical training occurs predominantly at Rady Children's Hospital-San Diego. Outstanding possibilities for research training are available under the guidance of Pediatric Hospital Medicine faculty, as well as world-class collaborators at UCSD.
Our Hospital Medicine Fellowship Program is accepting applications. Candidates must be BC/BE in pediatrics by the beginning of the fellowship.
Starting in 2022, the UCSD-Rady Children's PHM Fellowship will be participating in ERAS. Applications are accepted per the ERAS timeline and will continue to be accepted through the fall. We will start offering interview invitations per the ERAS timeline and strongly encourage applicants to submit their materials prior to this date. Applicants must register for NRMP and submit their rank list by the NRMP deadline each year. For exact dates, please access the NRMP website at www.nrmp.org and review the upcoming deadlines for the "Pediatrics Specialties Fall Match." The fellowship begins the following July (specific date set by UCSD School of Medicine, typically July 5-8th to allow for moving days).”
You are encouraged to indicate your interest in applying for the PHM fellowship by contacting Dr. Erin Fisher, c/o of the Pediatric Hospital Medicine Fellowship Coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Left to right: Chloe Kupelian, Kelly Roelf, Tatyana Mills, Amanda Dube, DeMarco Bowen
Kelly Roelf, MD, is one of 2 second year Pediatric Hospital Medicine fellows. She completed her education and training at Humboldt University, Stanford University, and UCLA, and her pediatric residency at Boston Children’s. She received the AOA award, has done a variety of bench, education, and clinical research. Her current projects include a QI initiative to improve discharge order time for PHM patients, as well as a retrospective chart review of workup and treatment of patients with somatization disorders.
DeMarco Bowen, MD, MPH, is one of 2 second year Pediatric Hospital Medicine fellows. He completed his education and training at University of Wisconsin with a focus on Global Health and his pediatric residency at Baylor. He received an award for Excellence in Public Health, has done a variety of global health, QI, and health policy work. His current projects include a QI initiative to improve discharge efficiency for febrile neonates with negative cultures, as well as creation of a resident curriculum to identify and address racial microaggressions in the clinical setting.
Amanda Dube, MD, is one of 3 first year Pediatric Hospital Medicine fellows. She completed a BA in neuroscience with a minor in Spanish at Middlebury College, medical school at Wash U, and residency at Wash U in the Teaching Physician pathway. She graduated in 2020 and worked in the ED, newborn nursery, and as nocturnist while educating trainees. She has been awarded AOA, Gold Humanism, conference grants, med student, and resident awards. Prior to fellowship, she has completed Epic physician builder courses, participated in high value care program, helped to create a medical Spanish curriculum, and conducted clinical and QI research.
Chloe Kupelian, DO, is one of 3 first year Pediatric Hospital Medicine fellows. She completed a BS at UCLA, medical school at LECOM, and residency at Valley’s Children’s where she stayed on as chief resident after graduating in 2021. She has been awarded resident awards, research abstract awards, and scholarly activity awards. Prior to fellowship, she has participated in global health, worked on public health collaboratives to institute smoke-free parks, created simulation projects during the pandemic, and participated in order set and pathway creation.
Tatyana Mills, MD, is one of 3 first year Pediatric Hospital Medicine fellows. She completed a BS in human biology at UCSD, medical school at VCU, and residency here at UCSD. She has been awarded AOA, AAP resident awards, and most informed resident award. Prior to fellowship, she has participated in QI projects for discontinuing antibiotics for negative urine cultures, referral to severe asthma clinic, and conducted research in management and outcomes of extreme pediatric OSA. She also has an interest in complex care.
Information regarding the fellowship and the application process:
UCSD PHM Fellowship Overview.pptx
UCSD PHM Fellowship FAQS
UCSD PHM Fellowship Achievements and Alumni!