The goal of the Fellowship Program is to train outstanding nephrologists to be leaders in the field whether they pursue an academic or clinical career. To accomplish this goal, the Division of Nephrology offers two and three-year programs for the training of nephrologists, with options for additional supported years for research. Our two-year program is designed to train fellows to be outstanding clinical nephrologists who are well versed in the latest basic science and clinical research advances in our field. Our three-year fellowships are designed for fellows with a strong interest in pursuing careers as physician investigators and include those interested in receiving combined training in Nephrology and either Palliative care or Geriatrics.
Nephrology Fellowship at Mount Sinai
Learn more about our in-depth curriculum designed to provide comprehensive training in all aspects of nephrology including the management of chronic kidney disease, dialysis, transplantation, critical care nephrology and clinical and basic research.
1st Year Fellows
Pranab Acharya, MBBS,MPH - Staten Island University Hospital
Sara Attallah, MD - Staten Island University Hospital
Avantee Gokhale, MBBS - Jacobi Medical Center
Anna Gutman, MD - Staten Island University Hospital
Tripta Kaur, MD - Mayo Clinic (Arizona)
David Mariuma, MD - Mount Sinai St. Luke's and Mount Sinai West
Any Yau, MD - William Beaumont Army Medical Center
2nd Year Fellows
Kelly Beers, DO - Stony Brook
Amanda Dijanic, MD - Icahn School of Medicine, Elmhurst
Osama El Shamy, MD - Temple University
Francois Jo-Hoy, MBBS - University of Florida
Fahima Mahir, MD - NY Methodist - Weill Cornell
Niralee Patel, MD - University of Connecticut
Gary Romaka, DO - Northwell Health - Lenox Hill Hospital
3rd Year Fellows
Sarah Ramer, MD - Rutgers/NJ Med
Take a look at our program’s graduates and where they’ve ended up.
The Nephrology Fellowship Program at the Icahn School of Medicine seeks applicants with the dual aspirations of clinical excellence and academic advancement of the field.
All applications are accepted only through The Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). Please access the ERAS website at to apply. Applicants can set up accounts in ERAS beginning in July (two years prior to start of fellowship).
All applications are processed through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS):
- Letters of Recommendation (3)
- Personal Statement
- Curriculum Vitae
- USMLE scores
All positions in the Mount Sinai Nephrology Fellowship Program will be filled via the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP). Interviews will occur during the winter and spring and the Match will occur in June. Please refer to the NRMP Specialties Matching Service website for details regarding the Match.