Endocrinology

Note to applicants: Based on guidance from AAIM, APDEM, and Duke GME, our 2022 fellowship interviews will be conducted virtually

Please reach out to Matt Crowley (matthew.crowley@duke.edu) and Traci Womble (traci.womble@dm.duke.edu) for any questions!​

Duke University Medical Center's Fellowship Program in Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism provides advanced training that assures fellows develop the knowledge, skills, and experience needed to be outstanding Endocrinologists. Fellows benefit from training at Duke University Medical Center, an internationally-recognized referral center that is perennially rated as one of the best hospitals in the United States.

Our program has separate Clinical and Research Tracks, which both represent essential pieces of the overall fellowship program. As such, Duke’s program is designed to meet the needs of a variety of Endocrinology fellows, including:

  • Those who wish to focus on clinical practice in academic, private, or community settings

  • Those who wish to pursue careers in clinical, translational, or basic research

  • Those who wish to become academic clinician-educators

We are recruiting fellows for both the Clinical and Research Tracks during the 2021 ERAS season. 

Message from the Program Director

Crowley
Endocrinology PD Matt Crowley

Welcome to Duke! We believe you will not find an Endocrinology fellowship program that offers a better combination of clinical training, scholarly opportunities, and educational experiences.

Duke’s Division of Endocrinology has deep expertise in every Endocrine subspecialty. Our trainees work with a world-class cohort of faculty, fellows, and staff across multiple state-of-the-art facilities. Durham is a beautiful city in which to work and live, and we draw a clinically and socioeconomically diverse patient population from across multiple states. Our program is friendly, open, and committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion – life is good here at Duke!

Applicants often ask what qualities we look for in fellows. My best answer is passion. We love working with trainees who are excited to be part of our Duke family and are passionate about their work (whether in the clinical, scholarly, or educational domains). We hope you’ll take some time to browse this site and learn more about our program. Please reach out to Traci Womble and me for any questions at all!

Duke Endocrinology Fellowship Program Director:

Matthew J. Crowley, MD, MHS
Associate Professor of Medicine, Duke University Medical Center
Core Investigator, Durham VA HSR&D Center of Innovation
Email: matthew.crowley@duke.edu

Duke Endocrinology Fellowship Program Coordinator:

Traci Womble
DUMC Box 102349
Hanes House, 330 Trent Drive, Room 117
Durham, NC 27710
Phone: 919-668-4289, Fax: 919-684-3067
Email: traci.womble@dm.duke.edu

 

Latest News

Leonor Corsino, MD, MHS, associate professor of medicine (Endocrinology, Metabolism and Nutrition), was interviewed by Consumer Reports on the dangers of COVID-19 for patients with diabetes.

Three internal medicine residents and five fellows have been elected to the Duke University School of Medicine chapter of Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society for Spring 2020.

Stefania Alexopoulos, MBBS, fellow in Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism, has received a 2019 Endocrine Fellows Foundation grant

Susan Spratt, MD, associate professor of medicine (Endocrinology, Metabolism and Nutrition), is the winner of Duke University Hospital's 2018 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Caregiver Award.