The fellowship booklet provides an overview on the application requirements, eligibility criteria, selection procedure, end-of-training benefits and more.
Click HERE to download the Fellowship application form.
Candidates are encouraged to seek out relationships of their own accord and to benefit from relationships that their institution may already have with other well-established renal centers. The Fellowship Matching Initiative helps potential applicants who do not have the adequate contacts to locate a renal center offering suitable training.
If you are interested in locating a Renal Center offering training that is suitable to your needs, please contact Ms. Pooja Soens.
Host institutions or nephrologists who are willing to offer training opportunities to Fellows can be added to the Matching Initiative by filling out the Host ID form (located in the program materials section of this website) and send it to Ms.Pooja Soens.
The Fellowship Program Committee is tasked with reviewing and assessing the applications via an objective scoring system. Several factors are taken into consideration; these range from the proposed training plan and academic qualifications to age and country scores, among others.
The application to the Fellowship Program is competition based; only the candidates with the highest scores will be granted a fellowship.
Candidates who are unsuccessful may apply again. The maximum amount of applications under the same host mentorship is limited to three times.
ISN Fellows receive certain advantages after having successfully completed their training and submitted their End-of-Training Report, including:
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