Endocrinology Fellowship, Pediatric

The Pediatric Endocrinology Training Program consists of a three-year comprehensive clinical and research experience that is designed to train future leaders in pediatric endocrinology. The program is intended for candidates who wish to pursue a career in academic medicine, combining clinical care, education and research activities. The program is ACGME-accredited and accepts up to two fellows each year.

Mission Statement:

To train physicians who:

  • Practice high value, cost-conscious care
  • Are rapid adopters of best practices
  • Routinely seek the perspective of other disciplines and professions for complex cases
  • Use technology to enhance efficiency and patient centeredness
  • Are resilient and have low burn-out rate

Program Aims:

  1. Provide fellows with the training and experiential opportunities necessary to develop into effective educators and clinical/translational researchers within the field of pediatric endocrinology, particularly in the subfields of diabetes and obesity.
  2. Train pediatric endocrine physicians who effectively lead multidisciplinary teams to provide high-quality, evidence-based care to children with diabetes and endocrine disease.
  3. Train pediatric endocrine physicians who understand the impact of social determinants of health and who engage in advocacy for these needs through clinical work in underserved populations and larger-scale advocacy interventions.

About Our Division

Learn more about the Division of Pediatric Endocrinology.

Training Facilities

Learn more about our inpatient and outpatient training facilities.

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