Fellowship in Complex Family Planning

The Fellowship in Complex Family Planning is a two-year post-residency program offered by the Division of Family Planning. The fellowship focuses on research, teaching, and clinical practice to develop future leaders with expertise in family planning.

Under close mentorship, fellows receive hands-on training in patient care and clinical research, develop clinical and teaching skills, and connect to a national network of family planning experts.

Fellows receive a PGY 5/6 salary, health insurance and tuition.

Our fellows develop outstanding clinical skills and exceptional teaching abilities while making meaningful contributions to clinical research.

How to apply

We are one of 30 universities in the United States offering the Fellowship in Complex Family Planning (FCFP). At Washington University, one position is available each year on a competitive basis. To learn more or apply, please visit the FCFP website:


Fellowship Program Director:
Tessa Madden, MD, MPH

Interim Fellowship Coordinator:
Frances Copeland
660 S. Euclid, Mailstop 8064-37-905
St. Louis, MO 63110
phone:  314-273-5735

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