Welcome to the University of Washington Endocrinology Fellowship Program!
The goal of our two ACGME-accredited fellowship tracks is to prepare physicians with a strong interest in metabolism, endocrinology, and nutrition for a professional career in academic endocrinology with either a clinical or clinical-research focus. The clinical track entails two years of training with extensive and in-depth exposure to a variety of patient medical problem management. The clinical-research program entails three years of training and is supported by National Institution of Health training grants.
NRMP MATCH CODES:
Clinical (Two Year): 1918143F1
Clinical-Research (Three Year): 1918143F0
ACGME ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS FOR ENDOCRINOLOGY:
All required clinical education for entry into ACGME-accredited fellowship programs must be completed in an ACGME-accredited residency program, or in an RCPSC-accredited or CFPC- accredited residency program located in Canada. Prior to appointment in the fellowship, fellows should have completed an ACGME- or RCPSC-accredited internal medicine program.
DEADLINE AND APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS:
The ERAS fellowship application process is outlined in Tools and Worksheets for Applicants
Complete ERAS Applications are due by July 31, 2019. A complete application includes:
- Personal Statement (1 page preferred; please describe your career goals)
- Three (3) letters of recommendation
- Medical Student Performance Evaluation(MSPE) Letter
- Medical School Transcript
- USMLE and/or COMLEX Scores
Please be sure all materials requested above are part of your ERAS file by 07/31/2019. Incomplete applications (i.e., missing letters of reference or transcripts) will not be reviewed until complete. Applications submitted after the 07/31/2019 deadline will generally not be considered.
CORRESPONDENCE AND INTERVIEW INVITES:
We recognize applicants are considering many options in their fellowship rank decision, and we strive to communicate with applicants in a quick and efficient manner. Our review committee will let you know within 7-10 business days from application receipt if you will be offered an interview. All correspondence, including interview invitations, will be sent to applicants via ERAS.
INTERVIEW DAYS 2019:
Interviews will be scheduled for half days (8am-1pm or 11am-4:00pm est.) in August and September at the UW Medicine Diabetes Institute Clinic in South Lake Union.