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Our fellowship is a two year program, with fellows rotating through both in-patient and outpatient consultative services where they will gain clinical training in all areas of endocrinology.  At WVU, we see the full range of endocrine disorders from the more common to the exotic.  We train patients in insulin pump management and continuous glucose monitoring.  We have on-site labs for stimulation and suppression studies.  Fellows will become skilled in thyroid ultrasound and fine needle aspiration of thyroid nodules.  We work with patients in gender-affirming hormone therapy as they transition.  Fellows will learn how to interpret endocrine imaging from bone densitometry to MIBG scans.  The fellowship program will involve multiple weekly and monthly journal clubs, endocrine board review sessions, tumor boards, cytology conferences, and patient care case presentations, as well as other meetings for education and professional purposes.


If you have any questions concerning the fellowship, please contact

A photo of Christine Hayes.
Christine Hayes
West Virginia University
Program Manager Endocrinology Fellowship, Rheumatology Fellowship, Medical Education
Program Manager, Office of Graduate Medical Education
Program Manager, Endocrinology & Rheumatology Fellowship Programs, Medicine