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Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism Fellowship

Explore Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism Fellowship at Cedars-Sinai


The Cedars-Sinai ACGME-accredited Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism Fellowship provides a diverse, well-rounded training program in a warm, collaborative environment in an academic center. Our fellows are trained in all aspects of endocrine clinical care and have the ability to train as a clinical educator or physician-scientist. Every year, we expand our clinical opportunities to meet the ever-changing field of endocrinology, and our fellows are well-prepared for all areas.

We have a collegial environment that enhances the learning experience and provides a full range of opportunities for the development of clinical and research skills to support the career interests of each of our trainees.

We look for applicants with intellectual curiosity, maturity and empathy. Our graduates are strong and well-rounded endocrinologists who pursue careers ranging from private practitioners and clinical educators to academic faculty in translational research.

Training and Curriculum

Fellows receive a comprehensive experience and education in all facets of endocrinology and investigative research.

NRMP code: 1030143F0—2 year clinical track
NRMP code: 1030143F1—3 year research track

Application Information

Learn about the Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism Fellowship application process and view application instructions.

Our faculty are dedicated to teaching our fellows, mentoring their research projects and providing a collegial environment conducive to learning. The faculty foster collaboration at all levels, whether in interdisciplinary patient care or research. In addition, we have volunteer clinical endocrinologists who enrich our education program.

Our fellows are dedicated to providing compassionate patient care, to learning and expanding their understanding of endocrine diseases and healthcare delivery, to teaching our house staff and students, and to gaining exposure to cutting-edge research.

By graduation, our fellows are ready for independent practice and have all successfully found positions as clinical practice endocrinologists, clinical educators or physician-scientists. Our graduates are strong and well-rounded endocrinologists and practice in their chosen paths with the highest standards and incorporate a scholarly approach.


Fellows have access to some of the best-equipped clinical and research facilities in the world, to provide comprehensive endocrine care for patients and to advance the field of endocrine research.

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Have Questions or Need Help?

Contact us if you have questions or would like to learn more about the Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism Fellowship at Cedars-Sinai.

Odelia Cooper, MD, Fellowship Program Director
Brenda Gilmore, Fellowship Coordinator

Fax: 310-423-0440