The Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Bone Disease at Mount Sinai provides training in both the clinical and research aspects of endocrinology, diabetes, metabolism, and nutrition. The goal of our program is to prepare academic endocrinologists of the highest caliber.
The staff of the Division of Endocrinology consists of 36 full-time faculty members and 29 clinical voluntary faculty members. This large faculty provides trainees with a rich and diverse experience in the management of clinical problems and opportunities for a wide variety of clinical and laboratory research projects. The Division has extensive research facilities and collaborates with several other departments within the Medical Center. Outstanding clinical experiences are garnered by fellows throughout the Mount Sinai Health System, which includes Mount Sinai Hospital, Mount Sinai Beth Israel, Mount Sinai West, Mount Sinai Morningside, and the James J. Peters Veterans Affairs (VA) Hospital. These provide an unmatched diversity in patient populations, endocrine and metabolic medical conditions and clinical expertise.
After an intense training experience at Mount Sinai, fellows are well prepared to perform sophisticated tests and execute the finest clinical diagnostic skills. Our fellowship provides an in-depth understanding of clinical endocrinology and metabolism. A firm background in endocrine research is also a basic component of the training, providing a solid foundation for future academic pursuits. Our training program is a two-year program with an option for a third year, which is dedicated to continuing with your research activity and academic pursuits.