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The Medical Toxicology fellowship training program at Boston Children's Hospital is operated through the hospital's Emergency Department in cooperation with Beth-Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Other affiliations include The Cambridge Hospital, Harvard School of Public Health, and Massachusetts College of Pharmacy.
The fellowship is two years in duration and is available to graduates of ACGME-approved residency programs in Pediatrics, Emergency Medicine and Preventative Medicine. The program is closely affiliated with the Regional Center for Poison Control and Prevention, which provides the administrative facility and primary training site for the fellowship.
Fellows will work closely with a diverse and experienced faculty with a range of specialties, including environmental toxicology, epidemiology, bioterrorism preparedness and others, and participate in toxicology consultations and admissions, daily poison center rounds, didactic seminars, research presentations, literature review, statistical methods/research design, and clinical management conferences.
Online applications are available by clicking the Application Form link. A complete application will include:
Deadline for receipt of all application material is November 1, of the preceding year.
Please forward all application materials to:
Michele M. Burns, MD, MPH
Fellowship Director, Medical Toxicology
Boston Children's Hospital
300 Longwood Avenue
Boston, MA 02115
Thank you for your interest in our program. If you have further questions or wish to check the status of your application, please contact Michael Iocco by phone at 617-355-6609 or by email.
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