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 scholar track entails two years of training with extensive and in-depth exposure to a variety of patient medical problem management. The research track program entails three years of training and is supported by National Institution of Health training grants. 

Information session

We will be offering a virtual informational session in July 2022 hosted by Dr. Tracy Tylee. To be contacted once details are finalized, please email Alex Stoller, Fellowship Administrator.  

Prospective fellows

The University of Washington Graduate Medical Education Prospective Residents and Fellows site provides detailed information on fellow salary rates, benefits, resident and fellow position appointment (RFPA), and the current Resident & Fellow Physician Union Northwest agreement.  The site also includes videos describing our primary training sites such as UW-Montlake, Harborview Medical Center,VA Puget Sound Health Center, and Seattle Childrens Hospital, as well as an overview of living in Seattle.  Applicants who require visa sponsorship are eligible for our two year clinical scholar track.  Due to funding in the second and third year from NIH training grants, our three year research track can only support US citizens or permanent residents.


Clinical Scholar (Two Year):  1918143F1

Research Track (Three Year):  1918143F0


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.


The ERAS fellowship application process is outlined in Tools and Worksheets for Applicants

Complete ERAS Applications are due by Monday, August 31, 2022. 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 08/31/2022.  Incomplete applications (i.e., missing letters of reference or transcripts) will not be reviewed until complete.  Applications submitted after the 08/31/2022 deadline will generally not be considered.


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.


We expect all interviews to be virtual in 2022 and via Zoom.   Interviews will not be recorded.  Invited applicants will only be scheduled for a half day interview, and interviews will be scheduled between September-October 2022. We expect dates to be announced by May 2022.