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Message from the Program Director
Dr. Jennifer Pyn Deciding on a fellowship program can be difficult but here at Stony Brook Children’s, we offer a rewarding experience as a Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine Fellow.  Fellowship is a time to build upon your pediatric residency knowledge and to develop into an independent neonatologist. Our NICU has single patient rooms which help to provide privacy and comfort to our NICU families and patients.  The environment allows our fellows to develop close relationships to families and to provide excellent care to our precious neonates.  We offer extensive training in procedural skills and neonatal resuscitation while providing a wide array of clinical pathology and a well-rounded educational experience. At Stony Brook Children’s, our Neonatal-Perinatal Fellowship offers a challenging training program that will provide you with the skills necessary to become independent and confident.  As a fellow, you will be an integral part of our family and we will guide and prepare you as you embark on your future career as a Neonatologist.   Stony Brook Children’s welcomes you as you begin the next chapter of your medical education.

Jennifer Pynn, MD
Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics
Program Director, Neonatal Perinatal Medicine Fellowship Program