Eligibility Criteria for Adolescent Medicine Fellowship Training at UCLA

  1. MD (Medical Degree) or equivalent
  2. U.S. Citizenship, Canadian Citizenship, or permanent resident state in the U.S. is preferred
  3. **For Non-Citizens: We can consider applicants who carry J-1 visas on a case-by-case (please send your CV for review). Currently all other visa types are not eligible for fellowship
  4. Completion of 3 years of pediatric residency in an ACGME-approved program
  5. Expectation of satisfactory completion of requirements for Certification in Pediatrics by the American Board of Pediatrics
  6. UCLA participates in the National Residency Match Program (NRMP). You must register with the NRMP and provide us with your NRMP #
  7. California Medical License (at the time of starting fellowship)
  8. To find out more about UCLA Fellowship salaries and benefits, life in Los Angeles, and other information, please visit the UCLA Graduate Medical Education Website

Board Certification Eligibility Upon Fellowship Completion: Y/N. If so, what is it

Length of Fellowship: 3 years

Next Recruitment Cycle: Starting 2025-2026 Academic Year

Application Process:

  • All applications must be submitted through ERAS
  • Must include:     
    • CV
    • Personal Statement
    • 3 Letters of Recommendation

Timeline for Applications

  • Applications will be reviewed starting in July. 
  • Interviews will be scheduled between September through October
  • Match Day will be in November


Contact Information

Martin Anderson, MD,

Director, Adolescent Medicine Fellowship Program 

Email: [email protected]


Marisol Rivera

Fellowship Program Coordinator

Email: [email protected]