The Fellows Didactic Series is a structured two-year curriculum presented by UT faculty in an interactive, small-group format. First-year fellows lead a Case Conference several times per year, providing them with an opportunity to discuss challenging cases with their co-fellows and faculty. Our weekly Conference includes Journal Club, multidisciplinary Tumor Board (focus on thyroid and parathyroid cases), multidisciplinary Pituitary Conference, fellow clinical case and research presentations, and faculty lectures and workshops. In addition, our Division leads a quarterly multidisciplinary Bone Conference. Fellows participate in two “city-wide” conferences, including the Endocrine Fellows Conference, sponsored by MD Anderson Cancer Center, and Grand Rounds.

  • Fellows Didactic Series
  • Endocrine Fellows Conference
  • Case Conference
  • Endocrinology Grand Rounds
  • Bone Conference
  • Division of Endocrinology
  • Journal Club
  • Tumor Board
  • Pituitary Conference
  • Fellow Clinical Case & Research Presentations
  • Faculty Lectures & Workshops

Fellows are encouraged to attend national meetings yearly with accepted presentations. There are additional educational meetings offered throughout training. Fellows attend Endocrine University which is a comprehensive review of Endocrinology presented by the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists.