Welcome to the UNC training program in Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism. Our fellowship program has a rich history of training exceptional, well-rounded clinicians as well as successful physician scientists. Whether your future includes a career in clinical practice, academics, or industry, the experiences our fellows have during their two to three years of training here in Chapel Hill expertly prepare them to become leaders in the field of diabetes and endocrinology.

Highlights of our program include:

  • Filled with a nice mix of basic endocrine cases as well as more complex clinical endocrine problems, our fellows quickly become experts in managing a wide range of endocrine diseases. Serving as the state hospital for North Carolina, our fellows are often the first stop for the evaluation and work up of endocrine pathology.
  • Fellows are mentored on a daily basis in the clinic and the research setting by world renowned faculty who are whole-heartedly committed to fellow educational and professional development.
  • As a medium sized fellowship we can accommodate the unique interests of our fellows. Under the guidance of division leadership we work with fellows to craft a two to three year experience that will help each fellow meet their longer term career goals.
  • Ample opportunities to hone teaching skills as our fellows interact regularly as mentors and teachers to our internal medicine residents and medical students who rotate through our division.

We invite you to explore our web site to learn more about the UNC Training Program in Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism. You can check out our program overview, find out more about faculty and fellows, and learn about our application process.

Please let us know directly if you have any questions about our fellowship training program. Kim Josey is our fellowship coordinator and she likewise can answer any questions you may have about our program. We welcome your application through the ERAS system.

Laura Anne Young, MD, PhD, Program Director
Laura Anne Young, MD, PhD, Program Director