About the Program

The effective practice of pediatric endocrinology requires thorough grounding in the theory and knowledge of normal and abnormal physiology and pathophysiology in endocrinology patients from infancy until adulthood. It also requires the acquisition of clinical skills, the effective application of knowledge and skills in diagnosis and treatment of patients, and life-long learning with continuous critical examination of our assumptions.

Our Pediatric Endocrinology Fellowship Program is a three-year training program that has been fully accredited by the Residency Review Committee of ACGME. Applicants must have completed a certified residency program. Visas accepted by program include J1 and H1. Our program has a history of clinical and bench research opportunities, including the option of a T32 training grant in diabetes.

Grant Resources FOEDRC T32 Trainees

Diabetes Research Center Laboratory Websites

Pediatric Endocrinology Fellowship Trainees Receive:

  • Stipend
  • Outstanding benefits, including comprehensive health care services for the trainee’s entire family, dental, relocation resources, etc.
  • Paid time off – 15 working days and six weekend days, not including maternity leave and paternal leave for birth or adoption