Toxicology Fellowship


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Phot of Dr. Chris Holstege with toxicology fellows on a toxic plant/mushroom hunt at Humpback Rocks.

Dr. Chris Holstege (bottom right) with toxicology fellows and other students on a toxic plant/mushroom hunt.

The University of Virginia Medical Toxicology fellowship is located in beautiful Charlottesville, Virginia. 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.

Applications consist of a personal statement/letter of interest, 3 letters of recommendation, and a CV. Applications can be either submitted through ERAS or emailed directly to the fellowship director.

For more information or to apply for the fellowship please contact:

Nathan Charlton, MD

Director, Medical Toxicology Fellowship Program

Phone: (434) 924-5185
Fax: (434) 971-8657

Division of Medical Toxicology
Department of Emergency Medicine
P.O. Box 800774
University of Virginia
Charlottesville, VA 22908

Highlights of the Fellowship Program:

  • Faculty dedication to teaching
  • Supportive learning environment
  • Broad clinical experience
  • Teaching opportunities
  • Innovative technology
  • Research opportunities
  • Disaster Response Training

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