Fellowship Preparation and Mentorship
If you are interested in pursuing a fellowship, as an intern you will meet with Dr. Keith Luckett to review steps that can be taken during your first year to put you on the correct path. He will assist you in selecting a mentor in your chosen field. You will review a “timeline for success” and necessary next steps in your journey.
During your 2nd year, you can have periodic meetings with Dr. Luckett to ensure that your journey is moving forward as planned. He will assist in planning for the application process, discuss CV building, and ensure a blossoming relationship with your primary faculty mentor. The role of the faculty mentor is to provide advice in selecting high value rotations and experiences, offer career guidance specific to your desired field, and assist in your scholarly activities.
You will be aided in assessing your qualifications and forming an action plan to improve your application strength, with the ultimate goal of acquiring your desired fellowship. CV and personal statement reviews are available and encouraged for all interested.
To learn more about fellowships offered at the University of Cincinnati, click here.
To learn more about the Internal Medicine Scholarly Training for Academic Research Fellowships (IMSTAR) fellowships click here.
To see a listing of recent fellowship and practice placement click here.
Keith Luckett, MD