The 2021 Fellow Grant Program Now Open!
Applications accepted until March 16, 2021
Applicants must hold a MD or DO and have completed residency training.
The applicant must be sponsored by a full-time faculty member of a North American university, medical school, or research institution.
EFF would like to thank the following industry partners for supporting our 2021 educational programming.
AstraZeneca for unrestricted grants for the Seventh Annual Forum on Diabetes, Obesity, and Metabolism
Medtronic for unrestricted grants for the Seventh Annual Forum on Diabetes, Obesity, and Metabolism
Amgen for unrestricted grants for the Metabolic Bone Disease Preceptorship at Columbia University
Radius for unrestricted grants for the Metabolic Bone Disease Preceptorship at Columbia University
Amgen for unrestricted grants for the EFF and ASBMR Fellows Forum on Metabolic Bone Diseases
ASBMR for unrestricted grants for the EFF and ASBMR Fellows Forum on Metabolic Bone Diseases
NIAMS for unrestricted grants for the EFF and ASBMR Fellows Forum on Metabolic Bone Diseases
AstraZeneca for unrestricted grants for the Endocrine Fellows Research Grant Program
Medtronic for unrestricted grants for the Endocrine Fellows Research Grant Program
Merck & Co. for unrestricted grants for the Endocrine Fellows Research Grant Program
Endocrine Fellows Foundation
EFF is an organization dedicated to the career development of fellows in training and nascent young investigators. Our vision is through preceptorships, symposiums, and research grant support. We support trainees in endocrinology to further advance their career goals and to strengthen our subspecialty.
Enhancing the knowledge base addressing emerging content areas during the fellowship training period. Fostering new thought leader development to address current and future gaps in endocrinology, diabetes, and metabolism. Bridging the gap between the completion of a fellowship program and a future career in academia, research, or clinical practice.
Diabetes Research Forum
A Continuing Medical Education Program for Junior Faculty and Fellows organized in conjunction with Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. Fellows present their fellowship projects to experts of the field who provide feedback and valuable critiques. Expert faculty also present on trending topics in Diabetes.
Held at the Naomi Berrie Diabetes Center at Columbia University the program exposes fellows to a diverse scope of diabetes mellitus research initiatives and cutting-edge clinical, diagnostic and therapeutic approaches. Fellows gain valuable insight from the faculty’s experience in a vigorous clinical research program as well as in an active practice.
Held at the Columbia University Medical Center, Division of Endocrinology the program provides fellows an in-depth exposure to metabolic bone diseases through clinical case discussions, journal club, and research seminars. The discipline of clinical investigation is introduced along with individual tutorials on protocol design, acquisition, interpretation of data, and statistical testing.
Held in conjunction with the ASBMR Annual Meeting the program engages fellows training in osteoporosis and other metabolic bone diseases in the United States and International programs. The intensive forum of plenary lectures, breakout sessions and poster presentations combined with the ASBMR Annual Meeting offers a unique learning opportunity.
Assistant Professor, Department of Foods and Nutrition
University of Georgia
Dr. Joseph Kindler has accepted a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in the Department of Foods and Nutrition at the University of Georgia (Athens, Georgia USA). In this role, Dr. Kindler will teach undergraduate and graduate level courses in nutrition, and will continue his clinical and translational research program involving determinants of peak bone mass. Notably, he intends to build upon his American Diabetes Association and Endocrine Fellows Foundation-funded research aimed at understanding the influence of type 2 diabetes on the growing skeleton. Click hereto read more about Dr. Kindler's work.
EFF thanks our sponsors for their support in advancing the mission of the Foundation and educating endocrinology fellows across the world.