The Endocrinology and Metabolism Fellowship program at Wake Forest School of Medicine attracts bright and highly motivated individuals who become actively involved in all aspects of section activities, and go on to success in both academic and private practice settings.
The Endocrinology and Metabolism fellowship accepts two fellows every year into its two-year program. The training program is fully compliant with Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) guidelines and received the maximal length of accreditation, with no citations. The passing rate on the certifying board examination in Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism has been 100% over the past 32 years.
The fellowship encompasses all areas of endocrinology, including rotations in:
- Reproductive endocrinology
- Pediatric endocrinology
- Endocrinology imaging (bone densitometry, thyroid/parathyroid ultrasound, nuclear medicine)
- Weight management and nutrition
- Diabetes technology
- Lipid Management
- Wound Care
- Research and quality improvement
Why Train at Wake Forest?
Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center is well-known for its research in diabetes, lipid metabolism, women's health and minority health care, with investigation spanning the spectrum from genetic and biochemical to epidemiological and public health.
Wake Forest School of Medicine ranks in the top third nationally for National Institutes of Health (NIH) funding and combines academic excellence with a warm, supportive environment for learning and for living.