ENDOCRINE FELLOWS SERIES:
TYPE 1 DIABETES CARE AND MANAGEMENT

MARCH 24–26, 2020 | SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA

Application Deadline: November 7, 2019

More information is available at endocrine.org/T1Dfellows. Complete all of the fields below to apply for the T1D fellows conference.

Application includes:
  • Fellowship program information
    Note that residents beginning fellowship by March 2020 are eligible.
  • Letter of recommendation from the applicant’s Program Director
  • Personal statement of interest of 2000 characters or less including spaces (approximately 300 words or less) highlighting
    • Why you are interested in T1D
    • How you believe the conference will impact your career in endocrinology
  • Optional clinical case question for faculty
    • Not required but highly recommended
    • Questions from invited fellows are provided to faculty in advance of the conference
    • Limit of 3000 characters or less including spaces (approximately 500 words or less)
    • Must relate to T1D and have a question; Does NOT require references
  • Final submission required by 11:59 PT on November 7, 2019
Fellowship Information
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Membership is not required to apply.
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Prior attendees are not eligible for the current program.
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Enter the year of fellowship that you will be at the time of the conference (March 2019).
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Enter the city of your fellowship program.
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Fellows worldwide are eligible.

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Statement of Interest and Recommendation
Please upload a letter of recommendation from your program director that highlights how the T1D fellows' conference will benefit your career (PDF preferred). Also provide a personal statement that highlights your interests in and/or relationships to T1D and what you hope to learn in the conference. 2000 characters or less (approximately 300 words or less).
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Please upload a letter of recommendation from your program director highlighting how the conference will benefit your career.
Files must be less than 2 MB.
Allowed file types: txt rtf pdf doc docx.
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2000 characters or less (~300 words)

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Challenging Clinical Cases (optional)
Submitting a clinical case question is optional but highly recommended. Case questions submitted by invited fellows are shared with faculty in advance of the conference. Faculty use these question to include in their presentations and/or discuss the questions in their presentation. Clinical cases must relate to T1D and include a clinical question. Clinical cases DO NOT need a conclusion statement or references.Limit of 3000 characters or less including spaces (approximately 500 words or less).
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Submitting a clinical case question is optional but highly recommended.
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3000 characters or less (~500 words)