Rheumatology Fellowship Program
A message from the Program Director
Thank you for your interest in the rheumatology fellowship program at Roger Williams Medical Center. This website contains information about our educational program, faculty, staff, and facilities. In addition, there is a section explaining our areas of active research and listing our recent publications. I hope after exploring the website you are inspired to learn more about our program and consider applying for rheumatology fellowship.
Our program has been training competent and qualified rheumatologists for over 30 years at Roger Williams Medical Center. In addition to offering a tradition of excellence in academics and research, we are a major Boston University School of Medicine teaching hospital. Our trainees enjoy the resources offered by the Roger Williams Medical Center, the Providence Veterans Administration Medical Center, and Rhode Island Hospital, and we collaborate closely with the Brown University Division of Rheumatology and the Brown University Rheumatology Fellowship. Many graduates of the Roger Williams program currently practice in both private and academic settings in Rhode Island, other New England states, and throughout the country.
We use the application process provided by ERAS and participate in the National Resident Matching Program.
If you are interested in fellowship training in rheumatology, I hope you will contact us and consider submitting an application to our program.
Katarzyna Gilek-Seibert, MD, RhMSUS
Director, Rheumatology Fellowship
Roger Williams Medical Center