Department of Reproductive Medicine
Obstetrics and Gynecology

Fellowship Training Program in Family Planning

Program Director: Sheila Mody, MD



The Fellowship in Family Planning is a two-year fellowship focused on subspecialist training in research, teaching and clinical practice in abortion and contraception. Working with respected and innovative leaders in the field, fellows learn about clinical and epidemiologic research, develop clinical and teaching skills, experience reproductive health issues internationally, and establish a connection to a rapidly expanding network of family planning experts. During the two-year program, fellows have the option of pursuing either a master’s degree in Public Health or Science. Fellows receive a PGY 5/6 salary. For more information click HERE



Application Process:


Applications for the Fellowship in Family Planning are only accepted online:

The application period is closed and will reopen May 2017.

Applicants need only submit one form, regardless of the number of sites to which they would like to apply. Once you have registered on the site, you will have access to a brief summary of each program.


Prerequisites: Applicants must complete a residency in obstetrics and gynecology or family medicine at an ACGME-accredited institution in the United States or an RCPSC-accredited institution in Canada. Unfortunately, we cannot accept applications from applicants who have completed a residency in another specialty or in a country besides the United States or Canada.