Advanced Fellowships/Training

Training towards several degrees or participation in advanced training programs can occur during a 3rd and 4th year of fellowship. These include:


  1. Master’s of Public Health degree that is offered through the College of Public Health [more information]
  2. Master’s of Medical Education Degree (MME). The purpose of this program is develop a community of academic medical faculty with formal training in education who will create and sustain a culture of educational excellence within the College of Medicine, the university, and the medical education community at-large. [more information]
  3. Masters of Clinical Investigation is a 2-year interdisciplinary program which prepares post-doctoral fellows and junior faculty from the Colleges of Medicine, Nursing, Dentistry, and Pharmacy for careers in clinical research through a structured didactic curriculum in research methods and a mentored research experience. 
  4. Training as a clinical educator can also occur during the 2nd year of clinical fellowship through the Fellows as Clinician-Educators (FACE), a program developed within the Department of Medicine.
  5. Training in Healthcare Quality and Health Services Research can occur during respective 2-year Iowa City VA programs, after clinical fellowship (VA Quality Scholars or Health Services Research Fellowship). Clinical fellows are nominated per their request.