Fellowship Program

Fellowship Program

Neonatal Fellowship


Overview

The Neonatal Fellowship is a three-year ACGME accredited program divided into clinical service rotations and research.  Clinical service rotation is split between Norton Children’s Hospital NICU, the University of Louisville Hospital NICU, and the Neonatal High-Risk Follow-Up Program (clinic).  Fellows also may be asked to accompany the Just for Kids Transport Team during the transport of a critically ill infant.

Research time is devoted to clinical/laboratory research and outcomes research.  Fellows will also use this time for reading, independent study in the sub-specialty area, and preparing for lectures and teaching. The Program’s research link to the basic sciences is considered a crucial and mandatory element of our fellowship training.

 

Fellowship Program Leadership

Lori Devlin, DO, MHA - Program Director
David Adamkin, MD - Associate Program Director
Rodica Turcu, MD - Director of Mentorship
Denise Abels - Program Coordinator


Contact Us

For more information about the Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine Fellowship Program, please contact the Program Coordinator, Denise Abels at denise.abels@louisville.edu or 502-852-8483.