The typical schedule for each year is a combination of 13 blocks of 4 week-long rotations.

Fellowship First Year:

The first year of fellowship is dedicated mainly to inpatient and outpatient clinical training and scheduled educational activities. As outpatient rotations, besides their continuity clinic, general endocrine and diabetes clinics, fellows will have specialty clinics as thyroid FNA biopsy clinic, weight management and osteoporosis clinic. 

Fellowship Second Year:

The second-year training is structured to further develop the skills of a consultant endocrine specialist. It has more clinical exposure to refine specialty-specific skills, including additional neck ultrasound, bone densitometry, insulin pump and continuous glucose monitoring training. In addition, fellows conduct a mentored scholarly project with a goal of abstract presentation and subsequent publication, perform a research project under the guidance of a faculty mentor, and actively engage in supplementary didactic activities.

Rotation Names

  • In Patient/Consult
  • Ambulatory Clinics
  • Thyroid Clinic
  • Elective

Clinical Duties

  • Half day Weekly


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