Fellowship Application Procedure
The Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center/Joslin Diabetes Center Joint Fellowship Program in Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism is no longer accepting applications from candidates interested in joining the program in July 2020. We will be holding interviews through the end of October and will be participating in the National Resident match for Endocrinology.
The program accepts up to three fellows each year. Applicants must complete
at least three years of residency training in Internal Medicine prior to
starting the Fellowship.
Interested candidates should apply via
ERAS. After receipt of a complete application, selected candidates will be
invited for interviews with members of the BIDMC and JDC faculty. Foreign
medical school graduates are eligible to apply, however candidates on H1B
visas will not be accepted. Candidates on J1 visas will only be considered
for the 2-year Clinical Track.
The following materials are required for application into the Fellowship
Common Application Form (CAF);
Personal Statement (one to two pages)
This statement should include a description of your career
goals, your interests in Endocrinology and the reason why
you have selected this particular training pathway;
Medical School Transcript (optional);
MSPE/Dean's letter (optional);
Letters of Recommendation
Minimum: 3, Maximum: 4
No specific type of letter is required, may include Chairs
Residency Program Director is preferred);
Wallet-sized Color Photo (optional);
USMLE Transcripts (optional);
Copy of ECFMG Certificate (if applicable) and
USMLE scores for Step 1, 2, and 3
Applicant must pass Step 3 prior to beginning fellowship.
Applications are processed and interviews are scheduled by our Division
Coordinator, Courtney Anderson.