The Pain Medicine Fellowship
will begin the NRMP match for 2014-15 positions!
Pain Medicine Fellowship
To provide an appropriate atmosphere and opportunity for fellows to become consultants and practitioners in Multidisciplinary Pain Medicine. This will encompass a balance between clinical and educational needs.
The University of Michigan’s Pain Medicine Fellowship Program focuses on comprehensive, interdisciplinary and collaborative training in pain management. The structured emphasis of our multidisciplinary approach to pain medicine promotes unity across the departments and thus encompasses competency in the medical, interventional, physical and behavioral aspects, to create top leaders and practitioners.
The University of Michigan Pain Medicine Fellowship offers seven - eight ACGME-accredited positions. This multidisciplinary year of training incorporates the combined resources of the Department of Anesthesiology Back and Pain Center, the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Spine Program and the Veterans Administration Medical Center Pain Program. Each fellow also receives subspecialty education in headache, palliative care, physical therapy, psychology, addiction medicine, radiology, dental, alternative medicine and EMG, as it relates to the field of Pain Medicine, by clinicians belonging to each respective specialty.
The year-long training involves all aspects of diagnostic and interventional pain management techniques across a spectrum of acute, chronic, cancer and palliative pain medicine. Education is enhanced with weekly lectures, hands-on cadaver sessions, quarterly journal clubs and In-Training Exams designed by the program. Each fellow will be involved in a clinical research project and present at a national conference.
Apply for Fellowship
The class of 2015-2016 has been filled. We will accept applications for the 2016-2017 fellowship program beginning January 1, 2015.The deadline for applications is May 31, 2015!
Resident applicants must have completed an ACGME accredited residency program in Anesthesiology, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Neurology, or Psychiatry. Training in other specialties will be considered by request. The program requirements and application are found in the links below:
Pain Fellowship Coordinator
Back & Pain Center
325 E. Eisenhower Pkwy., Ste. 310
Ann Arbor, MI 48108