We offer both clinical and research fellowship opportunities for physicians
Clinical Nutrition Fellowship: Individuals who have
completed residency training may apply for a clinical fellowship in nutrition.
Clinical training consists of 6 to 12 months of clinical service in pediatric
nutrition and in related areas in adult medicine as appropriate to the
trainee's interests. Content areas include inpatient nutrition support;
outpatient assessment and treatment of growth and nutrition problems;
breastfeeding assessment and management; and obesity assessment and treatment.
Trainees may also have rotations with subspecialty clinics for conditions with
nutrition-related problems, including cystic fibrosis, short gut syndrome and
feeding intolerance, liver disease, hyperlipidemia, diabetes, and others.
Nutrition Research Fellowship
: Physicians are eligible to apply for the NIH T32 Research Fellowship
. For most physicians, this will be upon completion of the Clinical Nutrition Fellowship.
For information about the Pediatric Clinical Nutrition Fellowship please contact:
Darcy Thompson, MD, MPH
Section of Nutrition
University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
Mail Stop F561
12631 East 17th Avenue, Room 2605
Aurora, CO 80045
Current Nutrition Fellows
Traci Bekelman, PhD, MPH, Postdoctoral Fellow
Nicole Kasper-Cusick, PhD, T32 Fellow
Carina Kugelmas, MD, Clinical Fellow
Kameron Moding, PhD Postdoctoral Fellow
Jamie Moore, MD, T32 Fellow
Christopher Mulligan, PhD, T32 Fellow