The Division has an active fellowship education program, which includes both an officially accredited a one year Transplant Nephrology Clinical Fellowship (AST/ASN) under the direction of Dr. Olwyn Johnston. In addition there is a transplant research program supervised by Dr. John Gill. This training may be combined with formal graduate course work leading to Masters or Doctoral degrees in Experimental Medicine, Health Care and Epidemiology or related disciplines through the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
Scholarship opportunities are available for clinical training in Dialysis , CKD, and research training within any of those specific disciplines. In 2011 there were two clinical transplant fellows, and one Hemdodialysis fellow. In addition, through collaboration with the BC Provincial Renal Agency, extended fellowships in Health Administration have been offered, and another successful candidate has completed that fellowship in 2011.