The Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Hypertension at Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH) offers a fellowship program to individuals with an MD or MD/PhD degree who have completed training in Internal Medicine. We pride ourselves in being a place where the future leaders of academic endocrinology can find a home and grow. We strive to balance the dual goals of helping our fellows see and manage a broad diversity of patients with endocrine disorders and providing a fertile environment where research interests can be explored.
The BWH Endocrinology Fellowship comprises three years of training: Year 1: Inpatient and outpatient clinical training, identification of a research mentor Year 2 & 3: Engagement in academic research (laboratory-based, clinical, health policy, education, etc.). Depending on their specific interests, fellows are funded by one of the training grants awarded to the division by the National Institutes of Health or from other sources. Research mentorship typically is provided by faculty members located at BWH and/or Harvard Medical School (HMS). The Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Hypertension at Brigham and Women’s Hospital has a distinguished track record of contribution to and leadership in the field of endocrinology, a tradition we are committed to continuing.
An Introduction to the BWH Endocrinology Fellowship Program.