Thank you for your interest in the Endocrinology Fellowship training program at the University of Colorado! We offer a rich training experience that encompasses the entire spectrum of clinical endocrinology, as well as diverse opportunities for research, all in a fantastic location that is famous for great hiking and skiing.
Our core training facilities include 3 teaching hospitals: the University of Colorado Hospital (UCH), the Rocky Mountain Regional VA Medical Center (RMR VAMC), and Denver Health Medical Center (DHMC). The University of Colorado has consistently been ranked among the top 20 hospitals for Diabetes and Endocrinology in the nation by U.S. News & World Report. The CU Endocrine Division is also one of the largest in the country with over 40 faculty and many more in associated divisions and departments that are committed to teaching and mentoring fellows.
Although all of our fellows receive broad, in-depth clinical training in endocrinology and diabetes, we are also able to tailor the fellowship experience according to the clinical and/or research interests and anticipated career path of each individual. We offer a 2-year clinician-educator pathway and a 3-year research track (with research focused 2nd and 3rd years), which share an identical first year. We do not require that our fellows determine their chosen pathway until mid-way through the first year of fellowship. This provides some flexibility for our trainees, as we realize that their goals may evolve after starting fellowship training.
Please feel free to reach out to me via email at Sarah.Mayson@cuanschutz.edu, or our Fellowship Program Coordinator, Caroline Whitaker, at (303) 724-8098, or Caroline.Whitaker@cuanschutz.edu if you have any questions.
Thank you for considering our program!
We welcome your interest in the University of Colorado Endocrine Fellowship training program! As a graduate of our fellowship program myself, I can attest to the outstanding training environment that our program provides. The unique combination of a university- based hospital with a wide referral base, a county-based hospital serving an underserved population, and a VA hospital serving a large geographical region allows for exposure to a wide range of endocrine disorders. In addition, our faculty have diverse clinical and research interests, with many national leaders in their areas of expertise. We have several multidisciplinary clinics (diabetes, pituitary, transgender care, and NAFLD), providing the opportunity to also learn from experts outside of the Endocrine division. Our faculty are highly committed to teaching and mentoring, as well as supporting the wellness of our trainees. Colorado is a beautiful place to live, with ample opportunities to enjoy the outdoors colleagues, friends and family! I am happy to answer any questions about or training program and can be reached at Elizabeth.Thomas@cuanschutz.edu.
The faculty in the Division of Endocrinology, Metabolism and Diabetes at the University of Colorado love our fellows! We are committed to providing each fellow with the foundation on which they can build a successful and personally satisfying career in endocrinology. The Division has more than 40 faculty members that have interests in all areas of endocrinology from diabetes, metabolic bone disease and obesity to the care of transgender care. Our fellows receive training directly from faculty who are considered national leaders in their areas of specialty and who are each committed to sharing their knowledge with and mentoring the next generation of academic endocrinologists. Dr. Mayson and I are happy to answer any questions you might have about our training program. I can be reached at Daniel.Bessesen@cuanschutz.edu
Dr. Bessesen is also the associate director of the Anschutz Health and Wellness Center.