Pediatric Endocrinology and Diabetology Fellowship

The Pediatric Endocrinology and Diabetology Fellowship at IU School of Medicine offers extensive clinical training and outstanding research training for future pediatric endocrinologists. This program has a strong track record in training combined medicine/pediatric endocrinology fellows who have dual board eligibility in four years.

Training by Endocrinology Experts

Faculty members are accomplished clinicians and are also nationally recognized in their respective areas of clinical or basic research. The division is known for its excellence in clinical areas of pediatric endocrinology, including general endocrinology, growth, pubertal development, bone disease, diabetes, and metabolic disorders.



Pediatric endocrinology and diabetology fellows spend twelve months in clinical training and 24 months conducting either basic laboratory and/or clinical research.
Endocrine Scientist Training

Endocrine Scientist Training

The Endocrine Scientist Training Program, funded by the NIH, prepares pediatric endocrinology and combined medicine-pediatric endocrinology fellows for a career in clinical or basic science research.

Career Preparation

At the completion of their three-year fellowship program, graduates are prepared to become junior faculty at academic institutions and are able to successfully compete for research funding from the National Institutes of Health and non-governmental sources.