Nationwide Children's Hospital Pediatrics Residency Program

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Specialty Pediatrics
Hospital affiliation(s)
Nationwide Children's Hospital
Academic affiliation
The Ohio State University
Established 1870
Director John D. Mahan, MD
Director email
john.mahan@nationwidechildrens.org
Associate director
Rebecca Wallihan, MD
Associate director email
rebecca.wallihan@nationwidechildrens.org
Administrator
Kathy Trace
Administrator email
kathy.trace@nationwidechildrens.org
Location Columbus, Ohio, United States of America
Website Nationwide Children's Hospital Residency Program, Research Track
Telephone (614) 722-4411
NRMP Number
#1351320C0

Program Description

The Research Institute at Nationwide Children’s Hospital occupies more than 500,000 square feet of dedicated research space on the Nationwide Children's Hospital campus. We are one of the largest pediatric research centers in the United States and are ranked among the top 10 for National Institutes of Health funding among free-standing children's hospitals. The 12 Centers of Emphasis are structured to support multidisciplinary team science and discovery, enabled by outstanding shared resources. Each is home to 5-15 faculty members working in contiguous space, along with talented staff, graduate students, residents, postdoctoral fellows and other students.

The Honors Program in Pediatric Research for pediatric residents fosters and encourages interest in academics and research by early involvement in research and exposure to the academic lifestyle by mentoring, seminars, and camaraderie. The specific goals of the program are to increase resident awareness of and encourage participation in research at NCH, equip residents with fundamental knowledge of research design, biostatistics, and epidemiology, and prepare residents for successful careers in academic pediatrics

Integrated Research Pathway: In addition to the Honors Program in Pediatric Research, qualified residents also have the opportunity to pursue intensive research pathway through the American Board of Pediatrics: The Integrated Research Pathway. For more information, visit the following page with the American Board of Pediatrics: https://www.abp.org/abpwebsite/publicat/trainingrequirements.pdf

Program Information

Program Highlights

  • Length of Program: 2-3 years; residents can apply to the Honors Program in Pediatric Research during their first year but must have at least 18 months remaining in their training program
  • Number of protected research months:
  • Overall Size: 147 total, 33 per year
    • 10 Internal Medicine-Pediatrics
    • 4 Dual Pediatrics
  • Research Track Size: Total Students; Students Per Year
  • Separate NRMP Code for Research Pathway: Yes/No
  • Research Opportunities: Residents have access to mentors both at NCH and OSU working on basic, clinical, and translational projects.
  • Benefits:
  • Career Development Opportunities: Residents are paired with mentors who have a record of scholarly accomplishment and receive additional training in study design, statistics, scientific writing, and career development

Outcomes

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  • Funding success: (K-awards, R-awards, F-awards, etc)

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