Elaine Pelley, MD
Train at the University of Wisconsin Endocrinology fellowship program and learn to practice compassionate, evidence-based, and technically skillful endocrinology care.
We give you the research experience and teaching skills you need to join the ranks of former graduates who are making important contributions to endocrinology across the nation and around the world.
“I knew this is where I wanted to complete my training because of the well-rounded experience that was offered and the approachable faculty. I was treated like a colleague and felt very well prepared for an endocrinology career in a variety of settings.”
—Tanya Blaty, DO, fellowship alumna
Why You'll Love Our Program
- Training that encompasses the full range of endocrine pathology: general endocrinology clinics and pituitary, polycystic ovarian syndrome, osteoporosis, and thyroid nodule evaluation clinics
- Robust opportunities for self-directed learning, quality improvement, and scholarship
- A supportive team that includes faculty preceptors, advanced practice providers, certified diabetes educators, and nurses
- Outstanding mentorship that prepares you for a future in clinical practice, basic or clinical research, and/or medical education
Meet Our Program Director
"Fellowship is an exciting and important career stage—that last step on a very long road to independent practice. We want to support you in achieving excellence in your individual career goals, be they clinical care, teaching, research or any combination of those.
It is so rewarding to see graduates leave our program confident and ready to contribute to the specialty of endocrinology."