Clinical & Research Fellowships
Clinical fellowships are an opportunity for a physician to obtain advanced training and/or to acquire more specialized expertise that complements their residency training. Clinical fellows must be recognized specialists or family physicians. Training may involve both clinical and research activities.
Research fellows are engaged solely in research and have no patient contact whatsoever. Because research fellows do not have patient contact, licensure by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario (CPSO) is not required. The minimum qualification for research fellowship training is a medical degree; however, requirements for admission may vary from one research fellowship program to another.