Thank you for your interest in the ACGME-accredited multidisciplinary Pain Medicine Fellowship Program at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. We have developed a fellowship program that is unique in breadth and depth of clinical experience. Fellows are trained by nationally recognized multidisciplinary faculty. The core faculty is board certified in Pain Medicine by American Board of Anesthesiology.
Time is balanced among outpatient clinics, procedure center, and inpatient consult services. The curriculum is rigorous and based on the IASP Core Curriculum for Pain Professionals.
Teaching occurs in both formal and informal settings. In addition, fellows have the opportunity to attend the UW Comprehensive Annual Pain Board Review Course each year. Training in research methodology is an essential component of fellow training. Fellows are required to carry out a research project with assistance from a faculty mentor and present the results at the Annual Pain Research Day in the spring.
Our goal is to train future leaders in our field. We strive to provide an environment that will foster personal and professional growth. I thank you for your interest, and look forward to talking with you about our program.
Nalini Sehgal, MD
Fellowship Program Director