Center for Clinical Genetics
and Genomics

Medical Biochemical Genetics Fellowship

The Medical Biochemical Genetics Fellowship is a one-year follow-up training program to the Medical Genetics Residency. Fellows will spend 25 percent of their time in a busy inborn errors of metabolism practice mastering diagnosis and management of these patients in the inpatient and outpatient setting. Trainees will have the remaining 75 percent of the time to pursue a research project with a research mentor. Projects may be basic science or clinical research. The trainee will be ABMG (American Board of Medical Genetics) board eligible for certification in Medical Biochemical Genetics at the end of this year. Options are available for a second year of training with 100 percent of time devoted to research. 

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Contact Information

 

To apply or for inquires about the Medical Biochemical Genetics Fellowship at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, please contact or send completed application form to:

 

Uta Lichter-Konecki, MD

Program Director

Division of Medical Genetics

Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC

One Children’s Hospital Drive

4401 Penn Ave.

Pittsburgh, PA 15224

412-692-5070
412-692-7816
uta.lichterkonecki@chp.edu
Brianna Karp

Medical Biochemical Fellowship Program Coordinator

Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC

One Children’s Hospital Drive

4401 Penn Ave

Pediatric Medical Genetics – 3rd Floor

Pittsburgh, PA 15224

412-692-7775
loriandrews2@chp.edu
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