The University of Florida Department of Pediatrics Fellowship programs listed below are certified in post-graduate education by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).


The Division of Pediatric Cardiology Fellowship Training Program serves as a comprehensive training center providing specialized education in pediatric cardiovascular disease to future academic cardiology and critical care physicians.

Plastic Model of Human Heart

Critical Care

The Pediatric Critical Care Medicine (PCCM) Fellowship Program supports active cardiothoracic and transplant programs (liver, heart, lung and kidney), as well as extracorporeal membrane oxygenation, or ECMO, which is available through Pediatric Surgery.

Nurse sitting with pediatric patients undergoing treatment


The Pediatric Pulmonary Fellowship Training Program at the University of Florida is structured to help produce the next generation of exceptional pediatric pulmonologists through fostering personal motivation, creativity, diversity of experience, scholarly activity and teamwork.

Plastic Lunch Model used for Teaching

Opportunities to Train in Clinical Research

Fellows at the University of Florida have the opportunity to obtain formal didactic training in clinical research skills through UF’s Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI). With the support of NIH-funded CTSI, Dr. Ronald Shorr directs the Advanced Post-Graduate Program for Clinical Investigation (APPCI), through which trainee fellows and junior faculty members from any of the UF Health Science Center colleges can obtain a certificate or a master’s degree in clinical investigation. The program covers the cost of tuition. Many of the APPCI graduates have come from the UF Pediatrics Department. This program is restricted to US citizens and permanent residents.