The Division of Endocrinology offers a two-year ACGME-accredited fellowship training for physicians who completed a residency in internal medicine at an ACGME-accredited program. Our program accepts candidates on H-1B and J-1 visas. Fellows may add a third year to their fellowship for additional research training.
The fellowship prepares physicians for careers in academic medicine or clinical practice by providing a firm grounding in the fundamentals of endocrinology and metabolism. The program offers clinical training, both in the outpatient and inpatient venues, as well as outstanding research mentorship by nationally known research faculty. On average, fellows have 18 months of clinical rotations and six months of research over the span of two years.
A combined fellowship in medicine-pediatrics endocrinology and metabolism is also offered in conjunction with the Department of Pediatrics. Positions in the pediatric endocrinology fellowship program are offered separately and do not utilize the NRMP matching process. Applicants interested in a combined fellowship position should contact the pediatric endocrinology fellowship program director, Dr. Jack Fuqua, at 317-274-3889, no later than September of the year preceding the December match for the adult endocrinology program.
We very much appreciate your interest in our program and welcome your ERAS application. Please direct your correspondence to the below individuals.
For the 2022-2023 interview season, all interviews will be conducted virtually. Interviews will take place on select Wednesdays in August, September and October. The candidates attend our Endocrinology case conference in the morning, followed by meeting with the program director, four faculty interviews and a meeting with some of our current fellows. At noon, the candidates will attend our Endocrinology Grand Rounds or the Introductory Fellows' Lecture Series, concluding the interview.
We are not offering any formal in-person visits, but please do not hesitate to contact us through email for any additional information.