Our fellowship program experience

We offer ACGME and non-ACGME fellowships for anesthesiologists seeking further specialty training across the spectrum of perioperative care and pain management for adult and pediatric patientsReview the programs below for details about clinical and research opportunitiesAdditional information about the UW School of Medicine is available on the Graduate Medical Education website

Please direct questions to the program director for each fellowship.

Adult Cardiothoracic Anesthesiology Fellowship

Gain experience treating patients undergoing cardiac, thoracic, catheter-based cardiovascular interventions and electrophysiological procedures.  

Critical Care Medicine Fellowship

Rotate through nine ICUs within three hospitals in the UW system and learn from the program’s 15 faculty who are trained in critical care medicine.

Liver Transplant Fellowship

Receive advanced training in a high volume setting to safely manage high acuity transplant cases in the operating room.

Neuroanesthesiology Fellowship

Learn how to perform preoperative assessments, develop appropriate anesthetic planning and monitoring techniques, and provide high quality perioperative management for patients with neurological and neurosurgical diseases.

Obstetric Anesthesiology Fellowship

Learn and practice excellent clinical care with a focus on anesthetic management of high-risk pregnancy and delivery.

Pain Medicine Fellowship

Train in a multidisciplinary environment to learn interventional pain management and advanced imaging skills.

Pediatric Ambulatory Fellowship

Train in pediatric ambulatory anesthesiology, Lean leadership in health care and complete a certificate program in Patient Safety and Quality.

Pediatric Anesthesiology Fellowship

Experience a range of routine and complex cases at Seattle Children’s Hospital with nationally recognized faculty mentors.

Pediatric Cardiac Fellowship

Intended to teach graduates of an ACGME-accredited Pediatric Anesthesiology Fellowship program consultant level proficiency in cardiac anesthesia for neonates, infants and children.

Pediatric Pain Fellowship

Train at Seattle Children’s Hospital evaluating, preventing, and treating acute, recurrent, chronic, and cancer pain in infants, children, and adolescents across inpatient, rehabilitation, and outpatient settings.

Pediatric Regional Fellowship

Focused on assessment and perioperative care of infants, children and adolescents to develop clinical excellence in pediatric regional anesthesia.

Regional Anesthesiology Fellowship

Offers an opportunity to provide regional and acute pain care at many of our hospital locations and satellite centers.

Trauma Anesthesiology Fellowship

Train at Harborview Medical Center, a high-volume Level 1 adult and pediatric trauma center covering a 5-state region.

T32 Research Fellowship

For those seeking to become clinician–scientists on track to become future leaders in innovative research in academic anesthesiology.

PPiQSO Data & Technology Fellowship

Train in use of data and technology to improve workflows and clinical outcomes.