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UT Southwestern Medical Center’s Fellowship Program in Clinical Informatics is a 2-year program open to physicians who are ABMS board-certified or board-eligible in one of the ABMS primary specialties 

Through didactic and rotational training, fellows will be prepared to pass the board exam for the Clinical Informatics subspecialty and be a practicing informatician in academic, healthcare, and industry. 

The Clinical Informatics Program has 19 board certified faculty available to mentor and guide fellows. Fellows will be exposed to a variety of settings and informatics subspecialties including pediatric, pathology, imaging, and laboratory informatics. 

Faculty and fellows conduct informatics research across the breadth of biomedicine, including research in clinical informatics, bioinformatics (genomics, proteomics, metabolomics, etc.), pharmacogenomics, translational informatics, personalized medicine, clinical decision support, and computational informatics. 

Fellows will rotate in four sites including Parkland Hospital, Clements University Hospital, the VA, and in the Children's Medical Center Dallas and will be exposed to two EHR vendors systems (VistA, Epic).

Robert W. Turer MD, MS
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Katherine C. Flannery
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