CU Diabetes Fellowship2                   

Location: Aurora, Colorado - University of Colorado and Barbara Davis Center for Diabetes

Fellowship dates: July 1, 2022 – June 30, 2023

Deadline for application: none – rolling application process until position is filled

Notification date: no later than March 1, 2022  


Contact for details and application process:  


Cecilia C. Low Wang, MD 

Professor of Medicine

Director, CU TEDC Fellowship

Sarit Polsky, MD, MPH

Associate Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics

Associate Director, CU TEDC Fellowship

Caroline Whitaker

Coordinator, CU TEDC Fellowship



Diabetes affects an increasing number of individuals in the US and worldwide. It often decreases quality of life and accounts for a disproportionately high percentage of clinic visits and hospitalizations. Despite the growing need, there is an estimated shortage of 1,500 adult providers and 100 pediatric providers able to provide specialized care for patients with diabetes in the U.S. The paucity of adult providers is expected to remain or worsen over the next few years. Primary care providers must be able to deliver quality care for patients with diabetes. A focused period of specialized training in diabetes after internal medicine, medicine-pediatrics or family medicine housestaff training in an established academic setting that can provide up-to-date comprehensive education in diabetes clinical care will prepare physicians who have a desire to become diabetes specialists with the knowledge, experience, expertise and skills needed to deliver quality care for individuals with diabetes.

The overarching goal of the University of Colorado (CU) Training for Excellence in Diabetes Care Certificate Program is to train motivated individuals in the care of patients with all types of diabetes, diabetes complications, preventive care, and associated comorbidities including obesity and lipid disorders. Fellows will integrate outpatient and inpatient clinical experiences, evidence-based practice and didactics, with discussion of relevant research to develop appropriate management and follow-up plans for patients with diabetes referred for outpatient and inpatient consultation. This fellowship provides a balanced and structured experience in the basic care and specialized management of diabetes and metabolism including the use of diabetes technologies. One fellow will be accepted for the 2022-2023 academic year. 

DM Fellowship Flyer​​

ATDC Conference 


​This annual course is designed to help healthcare providers caring for patients with diabetes, including but not limited to, endocrinologists/diabetes specialists, internists, pediatricians, family physicians, physician assistants, medical residents and fellows, nurse practitioners, nurses, dietitians and certified diabetes educators. During the course of this four-day conference, we will emphasize the challenges in day-to-day management of diabetes and practical ways to overcome those hurdles, specifically using new technologies and therapeutic options.

Please visit our conference website (​) for the program, list of speakers, hotel accomodations, and how to register.


Lilly Conference  

Since 2010, BDC faculty have been providing a 2-day course in the etiology and management of diabetes to 30-50 employees of Elli Lilly. Topics range from diabetes technology including hands on experience, to psychosocial aspects and complications from diabetes.

Date: TBD