Research collaboration opportunities for fellows
A wide range of research areas are available for our fellows in the Endocrine Division and there are additional opportunities to interact with collaborating scientific faculty at Ohio State. Many of the faculty members hold current NIH, other federally or privately funded research grants spanning basic science to clinical outcomes research.
Endocrinology division faculty are nationally and internationally recognized in various areas of endocrine research. Our core faculty includes: David Bradley, Elizabeth Buschur, Kathleen M. Dungan (Associate Division Director), Mayumi Endo, Luma Ghalib, Willa Hsueh, Steven W. Ing, Rebecca D. Jackson, Joshua Joseph, Raheela Khawaja, Lawrence S. Kirschner, Shumei Meng, Lubna Bashir Munshi, Fadi Nabhan, Lekshmi Nair, Benjamin O’Donnell, Matthew D. Ringel (Division Director), Laura E. Ryan, Jennifer A. Sipos and Kathleen Wyne. We also benefit from the wisdom and experience of Emeriti Professors, Samuel Cataland, William B. Malarkey and Kwame Osei.
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The fellowship curriculum is structured so that eligibility to take the ABIM Board Certification in Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism can be obtained in 24 months. An optional third year provides additional research training for those pursing an academic career. The fellowship program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).
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We are partnering with the Pediatric Endocrinology program at Nationwide Children’s Hospital to offer a combined fellowship program in endocrinology which would last 4 years. A focus of this track includes the transition of care of pediatric patients with type 1 diabetes and other endocrinologic disorders to adult endocrine clinic. View a sample pediatric endocrinology fellowship block diagram of the structure across 4 years for this track. From the OSU perspective, this is considered a track within an ACGME-sponsored 2 year clinical fellowship program.