Combined Fellowship Training in Adult and Pediatric Endocrinology

We are excited to offer the possibility to pursue combined fellowship training in adult and pediatric endocrinology at the University of Colorado-Anschutz Medical Campus to graduates of med-peds residency training programs!

This 4-year fellowship training experience includes one year of clinical training in adult endocrinology, followed by one year of clinical pediatric endocrinology, and 2 years of research training. Dual fellows will maintain continuity clinics in both subspecialties over the course of their training experience.
Erin Finn
The University of Colorado has a highly collaborative medical campus with nationally ranked programs in both pediatric and adult endocrinology. There are many opportunities for research and patient care across the age spectrum. This creates an excellent environment for dual Endocrinology training.
- Erin Finn, MD, CU Adult-Pediatric Endocrinology Fellow

About the Adult-Pediatric Combined Training

Facilities for clinical and research training in adult and pediatric endocrinology at the University of Colorado are primarily located on the Anschutz Medical Center in Aurora.

Core Clinical Training Sites

The 3rd core clinical site of the adult endocrinology program is Denver Health Medical Center. This community and county hospital serves a diverse patient population in central Denver. For a more detailed description of the training facilities, please view the adult Endocrinology Fellowship Program’s main Facilities page.

Contact Us

For more information or to apply for combined adult-pediatric endocrinology fellowship training, please contact our program directors, Dr. Jennifer Barker (pediatric endocrinology) and Dr. Sarah Mayson (adult endocrinology).
University of Colorado Endocrinology Fellowship Program (Adult Program)
Program DirectorSarah Mayson,
Program CoordinatorCaroline | 303-724-8098
University of Colorado Pediatric Endocrinology Fellowship Program
Program DirectorJennifer Barker,
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