Fellowship – How to Apply
We welcome and encourage applications from candidates who are contemplating a career in academic medicine and who wish to undergo comprehensive and rigorous training in clinical endocrinology as well as obtain outstanding research training in a stimulating environment.
We use the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS), which provides tremendous benefit to both applicants and programs by standardizing the application forms and process. We will also participate in the Endocrinology and Metabolism Match run by the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP). The Association of Program Directors in Endocrinology and Metabolism (APDEM) has overwhelmingly endorsed the match as a way to provide applicants with an opportunity to interview with as many programs as they wish, without experiencing undue pressure to make early decisions. A timeline of the process is available at the APDEM website.
Our Fellowship Program welcomes applicants with J-1 visas. UT Southwestern does not sponsor H-1B visas for clinical trainees.
The UT Southwestern Medical Center Endocrinology and Metabolism Fellowship Program provides rigorous training in endocrinology and metabolism over two years and is designed specifically for those who might contemplate an academic career combining clinical practice with research and teaching. The clinical training environment is outstanding; we enjoy the resources of Parkland Memorial Hospital, the Dallas Veterans Affairs Medical Center, and UT Southwestern University Hospitals for our trainees' exposure to the broad spectrum of hormonal and metabolic disorders. The research training environment is similarly rich. UT Southwestern is one of the great medical research institutions in the world and our fellows pursue their interests ranging from molecular biology to clinical trials under the tutelage of a distinguished faculty.