Adolescent Medicine Fellowship

The Adolescent Medicine Fellowship program at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai trains physicians to serve as leaders in adolescent medicine. Our three-year fellowship is certified by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME), and provides physicians with the skills they need to become expert clinicians, educators, researchers, and advocates.

We’ve designed our curriculum to help fellows gain individualized clinical, academic, and research experience over the course of three years. Learn more about our training program.

Each year, the Department of Pediatrics trains three fellows in Adolescent Medicine who have completed general Pediatrics training. Fellows bring a wide variety of expertise to their training toward leadership in Adolescent Medicine.

Miranda Loh, DO, 3rd year fellow
Dr. Loh is originally from Texas. She completed her residency in Pediatrics and served as a Pediatric Chief Resident Dell Medical School at University of Texas at Austin. She received her medical degree from the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine at University of North Texas Health Science Center in Fort Worth, TX after obtaining her bachelor's degree in biology from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, TX. Her interests include sexual and reproductive health, obesity prevention, nutritional health, legislative and community advocacy, and medical education.

Luke Carlson, MD, 2nd year fellow
Dr. Luke Carlson, second year fellow, is originally from Florida. He completed his residency in Pediatrics and served as Pediatric Chief Resident at BronxCare Hospital, affiliated with the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. He received his medical degree from American University of the Caribbean in St. Maarten after obtaining his bachelor’s degree in anthropology from the University of Florida and master’s degree in physical anthropology at the University of California, Santa Cruz. His interests include LGBT health, sexually transmitted infections including HIV/AIDS, medical education and administration, sexual and reproductive health, and racial, legislative, and community advocacy.

Guillermo Pi, MD, 2nd year fellow
Dr. Guillermo Pi, second year fellow, was born and raised in Tampa, Florida. He received a bachelor’s degree in science from the University of Notre Dame in Indiana before earning his medical degree from the University of Florida. After medical school, he did his residency training in pediatrics at the NYU School of Medicine, where he also completed a chief residency. His clinical interests include LGBTQ+ medicine, HIV care, community advocacy, and highlighting and addressing the health care disparities that exist in young LGBTQ+ racial minority youth, especially as they relate to HIV/AIDS.

Our faculty members are highly trained clinician-researchers, who specialize in Adolescent Medicine. Fellows work closely with our faculty, both clinically and in the lab. Learn more about our faculty

Applications for our Adolescent Medicine Fellowship are processed through ERAS––the Electronic Residency Application Service from the Association of American Medical Colleges. If you are interested in applying for a fellow position, please submit your common MyERAS application form along with the following documents: Personal statement, CV, three letters of recommendation from faculty members at your institution (including one from your program director or chair), and USMLE or COMLEX transcript.

All documents should be submitted through the ERAS system. Once your application is complete, we will contact you to schedule an interview.