The Endocrinology fellowship training program at the University of Nebraska Medical Center has both a 2-year and 3-year fellowship program. We accept two 2-year fellows every year and one 3-year fellow every other year. The University of Nebraska Medical Center is the only state-sponsored medical center for the state of Nebraska and receives referrals from throughout the state and region. These referrals cover all aspects of clinical endocrinology (including all types of diabetes, pancreas transplantation, thyroid disease including nodules and thyroid cancer, metabolic bone disease, parathyroid disease, lipid disorders, neuroendocrine tumors, pituitary and adrenal disease, and reproductive hormone abnormalities).
The training program includes inpatient and outpatient endocrinology at both the VA and University hospital, as well as endocrine-related research rotations throughout the two or three year fellowship.
Outpatient rotations consist of a variety of general endocrine and specialty endocrine clinics. The specialty clinics include:
- Multidisciplinary thyroid and parathyroid tumor clinic and neuroendocrine tumor clinic in the Cancer Center.
- High Risk OB clinic in the Olsen Center for Women’s Health.
- Intestinal rehab and chronic pancreatitis clinics
- Transplant clinic
- Metabolic bone disease clinic
- Insulin pump clinic
- Young adult clinic
- Bariatric clinic
- Cystic Fibrosis clinic
Additional rotations include pediatric endocrinology, reproductive endocrinology, endocrine radiology, and exposure to telehealth medicine.
To find out further information on faculty research projects please visit our Research Activity page.