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Application Process

We aim to graduate fellows that are committed to life-long learning and becoming medical pillars in their communities. Interested in our endocrinology fellowship program? Learn how to apply:

The Division of Endocrinology offers either 1 or 2 fellowship positions, alternating each year.

Application Process
You must apply through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS.)

To apply to our program, please visit the ERAS website. All applications must include:

  • MyERAS application
  • Personal Statement
  • Most current Curriculum Vitae
  • 3 Letters of Recommendation, including 1 from your Residency Program Director
  • USMLE transcripts and/or COMLEX-USA transcripts

All appointments are made through the National Resident Matching Program. Candidates must register through the NRMP website. Personal interviews are by invitation only.

If selected for an interview, applicants will be notified via ERAS. We are unable to provide applicants with a status report regarding their application or selection for interview.

Recruitment Schedule

  • The academic year begins July 1st
  • Fellowship applicants may apply to our program beginning July 5th
  • ERAS application and supporting documents must be submitted by July 31st
  • Review of applications and submitted materials will take place July through August
  • Applicants selected for personal interviews will be contacted via ERAS and scheduled (dates to be announced)
  • December: Match results available

Fellows must hold an MD or DO degree from an accredited medical school meeting one of the following criteria, as outlined by the University of Kansas School of Medicine and the Kansas State Board of Healing Arts (KSBHA):

  1. Graduation from a medical school in the United States or Canada accredited by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME), or
  2. Graduation from a college of osteopathic medicine in the United States accredited by the American Osteopathic Association (AOA), or
  3. Graduation from an acceptable medical school outside the United States or Canada with one of the following:
    1. successful completion of a Fifth Pathway program provided by an LCME accredited medical school
    2. a current, valid certificate from the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) prior to appointment
    3. All Canadian citizens and eligible Canadian Landed immigrants who are NOT graduates of a foreign medical school must hold a status, which allows employment as a medical resident, and maintain an appropriate status throughout the length of the graduate medical training program. Possession of valid immigration documents which verify the status must be presented
    4. A full, unrestricted license to practice medicine in the State of Kansas and Missouri, depending on the training program. Definition of acceptable medical school outside the United States is further defined in the GME office Housestaff Policy and Procedure Manual (section 4.1)

Fellows must have satisfactorily completed an ACGME accredited US residency program in Internal Medicine. On rare occasion, fellows are accepted as transfer from another accredited Endocrinology Training program. Transferring fellows must meet requirements and regulations as outlined in the GME office Housestaff Policy and Procedure Manual (section 4.2)

Contact Us

For inquiries regarding the Endocrinology Fellowship Program, please contact the Program Coordinator. 

Jordan Smith
4000 Cambridge Street
Mailstop 2024
Kansas City, KS 66160
P: 913-588-4146
F: 913-535-2101

Internal Medicine

University of Kansas Medical Center
Internal Medicine
Endocrinology, Diabetes and Clinical Pharmacology Division
Mailstop 2024
4000 Cambridge Street
Kansas City, KS 66160
Phone: 913-588-6841