Clinical Fellowships
Endocrinology Fellowship

Endocrinology Drs. Jake Redel and Hallie Wasserman discussing a patient at a computer.

Pediatric Endocrine Training and Education

The Pediatric Endocrinology Fellowship Training Program is a full-time, three-year program entirely sponsored by the Endocrinology Division at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center. Our goal is to provide expert training in clinical pediatric endocrinology and diabetes and to prepare pediatric endocrine fellows for specialty board eligibility. All fellows receive a broad-based experience in clinical pediatric endocrinology supervised by a large group of clinical faculty.  We also want our fellows to develop excellence in teaching skills and methods during fellowship, and fellows work with medical students and residents on the wards.

We can support and nurture a wide variety of research experiences in clinical, translational, educational, and/or basic science research.  For those physicians who are inclined toward a research-based career, the division encourages, supports and provides additional training in clinical and basic science research including a Masters of Clinical Research or Masters of Medical Education. There is an option for a fourth year of additional research training at Cincinnati Children's Hospital.

The division accepts four fellows per training year. A combined pediatric and adult endocrinology fellowship program (four years) is also available.

Ranked #1 in the Nation

We are ranked #1 in the nation (tie) for diabetes and endocrinology in U.S. News & World Report’s Best Children’s Hospitals 2023-24 rankings.