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Fellowship Training Programs

The UT Southwestern Medical Center’s Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Management education program has provided exceptional training to medical trainees for seventy-five years, seeking to develop the physicians of tomorrow with the skills and leadership from physicians of today.

We offer nine ACGME-accredited fellowships after anesthesiology training within our own department. Most recently, we have expanded to offer Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine and Pediatric Cardiac Anesthesiology.

A Clinical Informatics Fellowship is also offered to all UTSW Fellows through the Department of Pediatrics. The ACGME accredited program will offer two fellowships per year with any primary specialty. For more information, visit their webpage.

 Application Dates 

Fellowship ProgramApplication DeadlineInterview Period
Pediatric Cardiac Anesthesiology 5/1/2024 Feb-May
Adult Cardiothoracic Anesthesiology 1/31/2024 Feb-May
Critical Care Medicine 2/15/2024 Feb-April
Neuroanesthesiology Open Open
Multidisciplinary Pain Medicine 4/1/2024 May-July
Obstetric Anesthesiology 3/31/2024 April-May
Regional and Acute Pain Medicine 4/5/2024 Feb-May
Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine Open Open
Pediatric Anesthesiology 5/30/2024 March-July

To register and apply, visit SFMatch

Candidates interested in Chronic Pain Medicine will need to complete additional registration at NRMP and ERAS

Application Instructions

Applicable only to Neuroanesthesiology, Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine, and Pediatric Cardiac Programs

Step 1

Upload the following supporting documents here

  • UTSW Anesthesiology Fellowship Application

  • A recent digital photo

  • A current curriculum vitae. Please include information regarding any hospital, graduate school or medical research experience and medical school or postgraduate honors

  • A copy of your USMLE or Comlex scores Steps 1, 2 & 3

  • A copy of all of your In-Training Examinations results

  • A copy of current ECFMG certificate (if applicable)

Step 2

Submit the following documents via

  • A minimum of three letters of reference:
    • One letter must be from the Department Chair or Residency Program Director of the program where you completed residency training
    • Two letters from other current references and/or attending physicians and/or teaching faculty​​
  • Personal Statement​