Education & Fellowships

UWMC Montlake

Our faculty provide an impressive amount of clinical teaching to medical students and residents and for which they receive numerous prestigious awards.

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We are home to three premier training programs in research and academic general internal medicine plus a partner fellowship with the VA Puget Sound Health Care System.

The overall goal of these programs is to prepare general internists to assume faculty and leadership positions in primary medical care, ambulatory care, and occupational and environmental health.


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Academic Hospitalist Fellowship

This program is designed for graduating internal medicine residents or early-career hospitalist looking to accelerate their development as clinician-educators and academic leaders.

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Harborview Medical Center

Addiction Medicine Fellowship

This one-year program strives to provide education in evidence-based patient care and create a supportive and comprehensive learning environment that will prepare trainees for a variety of experiences in Addiction Medicine.

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Occupational and Environmental Medicine Residency

This two-year program provides physician training in the prevention and management of workplace illness and injuries and promotion of health and productivity of workers and environmental health of individuals and communities. 

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MedStAR Program

The Medical Student Addiction Research (MedStAR) Program provides opportunities for medical students to participate in mentored research around substance use disorders.

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VA Advanced Fellowships

The VA Puget Sound Health Care System (VAPSHCS) Seattle offers two post-MD fellowship training programs funded by the Office of Academic Affiliations—one in ambulatory care and the other in health services research. 

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Education News 

February 8, 2023
Ending medical discrimination against patients with substance use disorder
While medications for opioid use disorder are life-saving, many skilled nursing facilities deny admission to patients who take them.
December 13, 2022
Advancing health equity by improving access to and quality of health care for historically marginalized communities
Dr. Anna Morenz joined Collective Conversations to discuss her new role as a health systems and policy fellow.