Department of Medicine
Medicine Fellowship Programs Virtual Tour
Montefiore-Einstein delivers high-quality care to a diverse population, presenting our fellows with unique challenges and opportunities. The Department of Medicine aims to improve the health of our patients through compassionate care, scientific discovery, humanistic education, community engagement and an absolute commitment to social justice.
Why our program could be right for you
Department of Medicine Fellows help deliver care to a diverse patient population, gaining unparalleled exposure to a vast range of chronic diseases and diagnoses. With a mission committed to social medicine and social justice, Montefiore-Einstein endeavors to train ethical physicians and scientists. Our unique programs include those that provide care for the transgender community, victims of political torture, former prisoners and people affected by addiction, among others.
Our program is defined by its diversity of clinical and research staff, as well as its diversity of mentorship and career advisement. Senior researchers and clinicians help guide and support trainees as they develop into independent investigators and future leaders. Fellows have the opportunity to work on innovative projects in the clinic and in the lab, both within our local Bronx community and abroad in our global programs.
What sets Montefiore-Einstein apart
At Montefiore-Einstein, we are guided by a mission to heal, to teach, to discover and to advance the health of the communities we serve. Comprising 11 member hospitals and more than 200 specialty care sites, Montefiore Health System provides highly specialized, coordinated care for diverse populations in the New York region, across the country and globally.
Albert Einstein College of Medicine, home to nearly 1,000 students in its MD, PhD and combined MD/PhD programs, is one of the nation’s preeminent centers for research, medical education and clinical investigation. Through the joint efforts of Montefiore Health System and Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Montefiore-Einstein is able to advance research and accelerate discoveries, benefiting patients and ensuring access to state-of-the-art healthcare for all.
- Montefiore’s medical specialties ranked as top 1% in the nation by U.S. News and World Report
- Children’s Hospital at Montefiore (CHAM) recognized as one of “America’s Best Children’s Hospitals” by U.S. News and World Report
- Albert Einstein College of Medicine ranked a top 50 “Best Medical School for Research in the Country, 2020” by U.S. News and World Report
- The National Institutes of Health (NIH) awarded Einstein $178M+ in research funding in 2019, placing Einstein 34th among 142 schools of medicine
- 380+ NIH-funded grants awarded to Einstein
- 700+ clinical trials
Graduate Medical Education at Montefiore-Einstein
Representing one of the top 10 largest medical and surgical training programs in the country, Montefiore Health System and our Albert Einstein College of Medicine provide postgraduate clinical training to more than 1,400 residents and fellows per year. Clinicians across Montefiore-Einstein’s numerous educational programs actively mentor and cultivate a new generation of healthcare leaders.
Our mission to improve access and quality of care for our diverse community draws residents and fellows from top medical, dental and PA schools from around the world. We develop and expand programs designed to advance teamwork, communication and decision-making, and our progressive focus on comprehensive care provides an ideal training ground for our residents and fellows.
To make the process of working and training at Montefiore-Einstein more seamless, we offer a variety of services for our house staff, physician assistants and interns, including assistance with credentialing and orientation, institutional resources, visas, contracts, HR documents, payroll, notary services and specialty training and certifications.
Montefiore-Einstein by the numbers
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specialty care locations, with more coming soon
Home to notable programs and our Centers of Excellence
Moses Campus is the main campus of our premier academic medical center. As a 726-bed hospital, Moses brings state-of-the-art care to the community it serves. Through the breadth of specialties and services provided at Moses, our fellows gain incredible exposure to a vast range of pathologies, from general medical care to more complex cases.
An ambulatory surgery center and specialty care location
Our world-class Hutchinson Campus raises the bar for efficiency and innovation in healthcare. Designed with our patients in mind, the 11-floor, 280,000-square-foot facility is a patient-focused and highly-streamlined ambulatory care center that maximizes efficiency. The Hutchinson Campus is home to multiple specialities and services under one roof, and often on the same floor, allowing for greater physician collaboration, easier referrals, joint consultations and shorter wait times.
An academic hospital adjacent to our Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Located on the campus of Albert Einstein College of Medicine, the Jack D. Weiler Hospital is a 403-bed tertiary care facility that serves 75,000 patients per year. Weiler operates as a 911 receiving center for acute ST-elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) and stroke patients, as well as a Level Two trauma center. Fellows also gain exposure to complicated cardiac cases through Weiler’s active interventional cardiology program.
Offering patients a range of programs and specialty services
Located in the North Bronx, Wakefield Campus is a 360-bed hospital that provides inpatient and outpatient primary and consultative care. Wakefield is a training site for our Geriatrics and Gastroenterology Fellows.
A center for medical research on our Albert Einstein College of Medicine Campus
The Michael F. Price Center for Genetic and Translational Medicine and Harold and Muriel Block Research Pavilion is a medical research facility that houses 40 state-of-the-art laboratories, research support facilities and a 100-seat auditorium. The research taking place here is at the frontier of biomedical science, and has the potential to impact every area of medicine, including cardiovascular disease, genetic disorders, cancer, diabetes, Alzheimer’s disease and others. With a focus on genetic medicine, researchers use their laboratory findings to develop medical advances that will benefit the Bronx, New York City and, ultimately, the entire world.
A world-renowned faculty
Yaron Tomer, MD, FACP
Professor, Microbiology & Immunology
Anita and Jack Saltz Chair, Diabetes
Lauren I. Shapiro, MD
Director, Internal Medicine Residency Program
Associate Professor, General Internal Medicine
David Rosenstreich, MD
Chief, Allergy and Immunology
Director, Allergy and Immunology Fellowship Program
Director, Montefiore-Einstein Asthma Center
Professor, Allergy and Immunology
Joseph and Sadie Danciger Distinguished Scholar, Microbiology and Immunology
Mario J. Garcia, MD
Co-Director, Montefiore-Einstein Center for Heart and Vascular Care
Pauline Levitt Chair in Medicine
Michelle Ng Gong MD, MS
Chief, Critical Care Medicine
Chief, Pulmonary Medicine
Director, Critical Care Medicine Research
Professor, Critical Care Medicine
Professor, Epidemiology and Population Health
Steven R. Cohen, MD, MPH
Jill P. Crandall, MD
Jacob A. and Jeanne E. Barkey Chair in Medicine
Thomas A. Ullman, MD
Julia Arnsten, MD, MPH
Chief, General Internal Medicine
Professor, General Internal Medicine
Professor, Epidemiology & Population Health
Professor, Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences
Joe Verghese, MBBS, MS
Director, Jack and Pearl Resnick Gerontology Center
Director, Cognitive and Motor Aging
Murray D. Gross Memorial Faculty Scholar, Gerontology
Henny Billett, MD
Director, Hemophilia Treatment Center
Allan W. Wolkoff, MD
Associate Chair, Research, Medicine
Director, Marion Bessin Liver Research Center
Professor, Anatomy & Structural Biology
William Southern, MD, MS
Chief, Hospital Medicine
Professor, Hospital Medicine
Liise-anne Pirofski, MD
Chief, Infectious Diseases
Mitrani Chair, Biomedical Research
Michael Ross, MD
Professor, Developmental & Molecular Biology
Roman Perez-Soler, MD
Chief, Medical Oncology
Deputy Director, Albert Einstein Cancer Center
Professor, Medicine and Molecular Pharmacology
Clement Tagoe, MD, PhD
Director, Clinical Operations, Rheumatology
An unmatched diversity of experience
As a premier academic medical center serving the Bronx, Westchester and the Hudson Valley, Montefiore-Einstein offers its postgraduate trainees comprehensive exposure to a broad diversity of patients and pathologies. The diverse range of experience available prepares our postgraduate trainees for future careers in their chosen field, be it in the research or clinical and/or non-clinical setting.
Hear from our fellows
As one of the top 10 largest medical and surgical training programs in the country, Montefiore-Einstein provides postgraduate clinical training to more than 1,400 residents across 106 accredited residency and fellowship programs. Here, our postgraduate trainees share their own first-hand experiences.
Live and work close to the best of everything
The Bronx, New York City’s northernmost borough, is a culturally rich neighborhood placed at the intersection of Manhattan and its surrounding regions. Our postgraduate trainees typically live in hospital housing or off-site in nearby Riverdale, Lower Westchester or Manhattan, and have access to an unmatched diversity of experiences beyond the program itself.
In the Bronx, with its ample parks and gardens, you’ll learn first-hand why it’s known as “the City’s Greenest Borough.” The neighborhood offers plenty of local food, art, sports and culture, and is just a subway ride away from Manhattan’s famed theaters, museums and attractions.
As a resident of the Tri-State region, you’ll have unmatched access to the city’s cultural offerings, not to mention the bounty of outdoor excursions that are available just beyond. Day-trips and weekend excursions to the Hudson Valley, Catskills, Long Island or New Jersey provide ample opportunities for swimming, hiking, biking, skiing and other seasonal activities.
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Department of Medicine Fellowship Programs
Our Addiction Medicine Fellowship Program prepares physicians to lead the delivery of equitable, evidence-based clinical care for substance use disorders.
Allergy and Immunology
Our two-year Allergy and Immunology Fellowship Program offers its fellows access to diverse clinical exposure and a robust research program. Fellows train in subspeciality programs in chronic sinusitis, severe asthma and drug and food allergies.
Cardiology & Cardiothoracic Surgery
The Montefiore-Einstein Center for Heart and Vascular Care is home to two distinct cardiovascular disease programs: a Cardiology Fellowship Program and a Cardiothoracic Surgery Fellowship Program.
Critical Care Medicine
Our Critical Care Medicine Fellowship Program offers a diverse and comprehensive clinical and didactic curriculum to 17 fellows each year. Our program delivers one- and two-year ACGME-accredited training in all aspects of critical care medicine.
Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism
With a focus on academic knowledge, clinical skills and cutting-edge research, our two-year Endocrinology Fellowship Program provides comprehensive and rigorous training in endocrinology, diabetes and metabolism.
Gastroenterology & Liver Diseases
Our three-year Gastroenterology Fellowship Program offers vast clinical and endoscopic experience. Fellows work alongside extraordinary faculty and staff to fulfill Montefiore-Einstein’s mission to advance the health of the community we serve.
Our Geriatrics Fellowship Program is one of the oldest in the country. We offer world-class training within a state-of-the-art health system and medical school in the heart of New York City at our Moses and Einstein campuses.
Our Infectious Diseases Fellows receive a broad and comprehensive two-year clinical and research training experience, with an optional third-year intensive research opportunity for those interested in pursuing a career dedicated to clinical, translational or laboratory research.
Our Nephrology Fellowship Program offers a clinically rich nephrology experience in the heart of New York City. Fellows gain experience treating a culturally and socioeconomically diverse patient population, presenting with a wide variety of kidney diseases.
Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine
Our three-year combined Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellowship Program encompasses a diverse clinical experience, with a focus on education and research opportunities. Fellows are exposed to a wide breadth of pulmonary pathology and receive in-depth training in all aspects of critical illnesses.
Our two-year Rheumatology Fellowship Program, with an option for extending to three, educates our fellows in providing comprehensive, multidisciplinary and state-of-the-art rheumatologic care, with an emphasis placed on being both culturally responsive and patient-centered.
Fellowship Application Information
We’re seeking fellows who will shape the future of healthcare.
If you would like to apply to become a Department of Medicine Fellow at Montefiore-Einstein, please consult the page of your department of interest for key dates and contact information.
Montefiore-Einstein recognizes that having a diverse and inclusive institution is critical to success, and we reaffirm our fervent commitment to fostering a culture in which diversity is a central tenet.