Endocrinology and Diabetes | Fellowship
The selection of a fellowship training program will be one of the most important decisions you make in your career as a physician. The Department of Pediatrics at Washington University School of Medicine has a long-standing commitment to excellence in educating the next generation of pediatric endocrinologists. Whether you aim to be a master clinician, an attending in an academic institution, or a basic science or clinical researcher, our faculty will help you to establish yourself as a leader in pediatric endocrinology.
We are proud of our accomplishments as a division, including developing the region’s first pediatric transgender clinic; achieving recognition by the American Diabetes Association for excellence in diabetes education (the only pediatric hospital in the state of Missouri); creating one of the few multidisciplinary and comprehensive hyperinsulinism centers in the county; and contributing to groundbreaking research in the field as part of (name studies). Our fellows, faculty and staff are our division’s greatest asset, and with the resources of a world-class medical institution, a fellowship at Washington University School of Medicine offers an unparalleled training opportunity.