The Transplant Nephrology Fellowship program at the UC Davis School of Medicine is a 1-year, American Society of Transplantation accredited program that covers the spectrum of transplant nephrology clinical practice. Graduates achieve eligibility for future UNOS-approved medical directorship of a kidney transplant program.

UC Davis Transplant Center performs an average of 300 kidney transplants each year.  Fellows will have firsthand experience in every aspect of pre- and post-kidney and pancreas transplant care, living donor evaluation, Immunogenetics laboratory training, and participation in a variety of clinical research projects.  For more information, please download the Transplant Nephrology Fellowship Didactic Program.

Transplant Nephrology Fellowship Didactic Program (PDF)

Application process
We will accept applications year-round for one PGY level 6 fellow to begin each year on July 1.  Applicants should be Board certified in Internal Medicine and Board certified or eligible in Nephrology.  A current CV and two letters of recommendation are required.

Fellowship Program Director
Muna Alnimri, MD
Associate Professor

Fellowship Coordinator

Stephanie Schenk