Clinical Fellowships

LSUHSC is pleased to offer two ACGME accredited fellowships for the Section on Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism (Program # 1432112193).

Applicant Information

The fellowship program participates in the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP) Specialties Matching Service, and all applications for clinical fellowship positions should be submitted via ERAS. Applications may be submitted starting on July 1, with interviews typically held in September and October. Fellows enter the program on July 1, and training lasts 2 years.

 Applicants should be United States Citizens, have Permanent Resident status, or have a J-1 Visa with at least two years remaining.  Highly qualified graduates of medical schools outside of the United States are invited to apply.  Fellows will be required to have a Louisiana Medical License.

 Additional Resources for Applicants

Benefit, Salary and Other Information for LSUHSC Applicants

Conferences and Journal Club

Faculty Group Practice Information

LSU Interim Hospital

Campus Maps and Parking

LSUHSC Wellness Center

Other Benefits and Discounts

 

For more information on the fellowship program, please contact the Fellowship Coordinator:

Natalie Worsham

nworsh@lsuhsc.edu

(504) 568-2713