Medical Toxicology

The Medical Toxicology Fellowship is a GME funded fully accredited fellowship with a curriculum that is designed to take advantage of the numerous opportunities at the University of Virginia. Our faculty is enthusiastic about teaching and dedicated to training outstanding fellows with a passion for the specialty.

The successful applicant will have completed an emergency medicine residency and will be ABEM board-certified/eligible.

For additional information, please visit Toxicology Fellowship.

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Contact Information

doctor Nathan Charlton wearing white lab coatNathan P. Charlton, MD
Director, Medical Toxicology Fellowship Program

Phone: (434) 924-5185

doctor Chris Holstege smiling and wearing white lab coatChristopher P. Holstege, MD
Chief, Division of Medical Toxicology

Phone: (434) 924-5185