Considering a Career in Pediatric Endocrinology?
For more information about Pediatric Endocrinology, please visit the Council of Pediatric Subspecialties website or download the helpful PDF below, created by the PES Subcommittee for Residents and Medical Students Education.
These growth curves may be downloaded and filled in with specific patient information. (All PDFS)
- Achondroplasia boys 0-20 years
- Achondroplasia girls 0-20 years
- Down Syndrome Boys 3-36 months
- Down Syndrome Boys 1-18 years
- Down Syndrome Girls 3-36 mos
- Down Syndrome Girls 1-18 years
- Noonan Boys 0-20 years
- Noonan Girls 0-20 years
- Russell-Silver Boys 0-20 years
- Russell-Silver Girls 0-20 years
- Turner Syndrome
ABP Board Certification Resources
The American Board of Pediatrics administers the subspecialty certifying exam for eligible pediatric endocrinology graduates of accredited fellowship programs in the US and Canada. Click the links below for more information:
Clinical Update and Case Discussion Course
PES partnered with our colleagues in the Canadian Pediatric Endocrine Group to bring you the Clinical Update and Case Discussion Course, which you may still purchase online.
ESPE E-Learning Web Portal
This unique web portal provides medical students, residents, fellows, specialists, consultants and teachers around the world, access to an online network to meet each other, gain, share, contribute and develop knowledge in an accessible and flexible way.
Mentoring Intiative for Pediatric Endocrinologists
The Research Affairs Committee (RAC) of the Pediatric Endocrine Society has initiated a mentoring initiative for pediatric endocrine trainees and for pediatric endocrinologists who have completed training but are seeking mentorship to further their research/academic/clinical careers.
Student Endocrinology Exposure Development (SEED) program - NEW
SEED is a novel interactive session series being hosted by the Pediatric Endocrine Society that aims to enhance clinical learning for medical students and increase their exposure to pediatric endocrinology.
PedsENDO365 Fellow Initiative - NEW
PedsENDO365 provides pediatric endocrine fellows an opportunity to enhance clinical concepts, skills in clinical decision making, career development, quality improvement, and leadership. These sessions will foster building of a learning community for fellows in an environment of innovation, collaboration, and discovery with guidance from expert faculty facilitators.
If you have a question regarding research progress, career choices, career progress, or work-life balance, you may email RAC@pedsendo.org and someone from the Research Affairs Committee (RAC) will get back to you. We understand that you may be sending personal and sensitive information, and the RAC will be sure to keep this in mind and understand that this is confidential information.
Ethics Essay Competition
The Ethics Essay Competition was held from 2013-2017. Past winners were:
- 2017 - Adriana Herrera, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
- 2016 - Vincent Horne, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
- 2015 - Colin Patrick Hawkes, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
- 2014 - Daniel Shumer, Boston Children's Hospital
- 2013 - Ayanna Butler-Cephas, Children's Hospital of the King's Daughters
The PES resident and medical student education subcommittee has composed a series of concise handouts on core pediatric endocrine topics. These handouts are directed towards medical student or resident learners.
Programs with Open Fellowship Positions
These programs have open fellowship position to start in summer 2021.
Please contact the program directly for information and instructions on how to apply for the position.