Boston Children’s Hospital offers an unparalleled opportunity for studying pediatric endocrinology in a world-class general pediatric setting.
The Endocrinology Fellowship Training Program at Boston Children’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School consists of a comprehensive clinical and research experience spanning three years.
This program aims to train physicians for a career in academic medicine that combines both clinical and research activities, and to prepare future academic leaders in endocrinology and diabetes. As both an active primary care hospital and a regional, national, and international tertiary/quaternary referral center, Boston Children’s Hospital has a large and varied patient population with an unsurpassed diversity of endocrine diseases and their complications. The first year of training emphasizes the clinical management of outpatient and inpatient endocrine disorders, including diabetes. The second and third years are primarily devoted to in-depth investigation of an area of basic or clinical research under the supervision of a faculty preceptor.
We accept applications through ERAS and participate in the NRMP Pediatrics Subspecialty Fall Match. Each year the program accepts three first-year fellows.
We encourage individuals of all backgrounds to apply, including those from backgrounds traditionally underrepresented in medicine.
In accordance with Boston Children’s Hospital and national guidelines, for the current fellowship application cycle (positions starting July 2024), we will offer virtual interviews only (no in-person interviews).
For further information contact:
Ari Wassner, MD
Director, Pediatric Endocrinology Training Program
Boston Children’s Hospital
300 Longwood Avenue
Boston, MA 02115