Applicant Information

  • Application is made through the individual preceptor or department.

    List of DRTC Preceptors:
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  • For departments other than Medicine, application is made for a residency or fellowship through the department.

    Pediatric Endocrinology:
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    Department of Surgery:
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    Adult Diabetes, Endocrinology, & Metabolism:
    A three year program is offered that encompasses both clinical & research training designed to prepare the fellow for a career in academic endocrinology. Clinical training occurs mostly in the first year, followed by two years of research training, which may be funded by the DRTC Training Grant. Clinical training continues at a lower level during the second & third years of research training. Clinical training is designed to prepare the fellow to sit for the boards in Diabetes, Endocrinology, & Metabolism.

    Trainees for this program must have completed two or three years of an ACGME-accredited internal medicine training program.

    Application for fellowship training is made through the ERAS, Electronic Residency Application Service of the American Association of Medical Colleges. Required for application are a CV, medical & graduate school transcripts, at least three letters of recommendation, & a personal statement. Applications are accepted in ERAS starting July 1, with match date early in December for a start date for the fellowship the following July 1, seven months later. Most adult Endocrinology programs now participate in the NRMP, National Residency Matching Program, so applicants must register in the fellowship track of this program, as well.