Endocrinology Fellowship (Minnesota)
The Endocrinology Fellowship Program at Mayo Clinic in Minnesota is designed to prepare you for the broad practice of this subspecialty by providing excellent well-rounded training in clinical and research endocrinology. Our three-year program offers:
- Superior academic subspecialty training in a professional, collegial atmosphere
- One-on-one working relationships between fellows and supervising staff consultants
- Active endocrinology outpatient clinics and hospital consult services, rich in endocrinology pathology
- Experience with large volume and wide variety of endocrine problems, ranging from common to exotic
- Clinical Endocrine Testing Center for conducting special diagnostic or therapeutic protocols
- Diabetes Unit for training of patients in intensive insulin therapy programs
- Twice-weekly endocrine case conferences and weekly endocrine grand rounds and research conferences
- Participate in the education of medical students and internal medicine residents
- Mayo Clinic funded clinical or basic research during the second year; wide variety of available laboratories and topics from which to choose
- Option for a more research-oriented track with two years of research funded by an NIH training grant
- Clinical Research Unit (CRU) for conducting clinical studies
- Continuity Care Clinic
- Elective rotations at Mayo Clinic in Florida or Mayo Clinic in Arizona
- Advanced academic degrees through Mayo Graduate School (masters or doctorate)
The goal of the clinical endocrinology training program is to develop superior clinical endocrinologists, clinical investigators and basic scientists qualified to practice in an academic setting.
The Endocrinology Fellowship at Mayo Clinic in Minnesota is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).
You will be eligible to take the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) subspecialty examination in Endocrinology and Metabolic Diseases upon completion of the fellowship.
The Endocrinology Fellowship at Mayo Clinic in Rochester was established in 1969. Since that time, approximately 150 fellows have completed their training in this program. It is anticipated, that four fellows will complete this program annually.