The Baystate/Tufts Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism Fellowship Program is dedicated to providing a well balanced, academic experience to its trainees.
As a fellow you will work closely with the program faculty as well as faculty members in obstetrics/gynecology, surgery, nuclear medicine, radiology, pathology, pediatric and reproductive endocrinology. You will interact with other subspecialty fellows and work with residents of the Internal Medicine Program which was selected by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education and the Residency Review Committee for Internal Medicine as only one of 17 residency programs in the nation to participate in their Educational Innovations Project (EIP), and medicine-pediatric residency program.
The faculty and staff take pride in creating a friendly working environment and the high faculty-to-fellow ratio provides for a rich learning experience for our trainees. The fellows have ample protected time for research during the course of their training.
Plans for the Future
The division is recruiting a Med/Peds attending to run a transitional young adult endo-clinic.
The Basic Research Lab
The Basic Research Lab is led by Dr. Sabi Sen who is engaged in the study of endothelial stem cells and their relationship to macrovascular disease.