Research and Education
The Comprehensive Endocrine Surgery Fellowship offers fellows numerous opportunities for research and education during their time here. All fellows are expected to engage in clinical, translational or basic science research during their first year and have the opportunity to add a second year dedicated to additional research and education. Popular educational programs during an optional second year include a Master of Science degree in Public Health Sciences for Clinical Professionals (MSPC) and the MacLean Center Clinical Ethics Fellowship.
Some additional opportunities available for our fellows are listed below.
Cancer Research Programs
Selected Collaborative Research Centers
Outcomes and Health Services Research