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May 2019


Spring is a most exciting time for fellows in endocrinology as for many of you it marks the final weeks until beginning a new career and for others the end of what often is a challenging and difficult first year of training. You’re almost there! EFF shares some of that excitement by welcoming a new member to the EFF family, Dr. Ricardo Correa. Dr. Correa is currently Program Director at the University of Arizona, but has been an enthusiastic fellow member and now faculty supporter of EFF. Dr. Correa did his training at NIH and was both part of the preceptorship there as well as joining us for several of our satellite meetings. As part of his role as young faculty, Dr. Correa has been looking for opportunities to help both current trainees and graduated young investigators further their careers by helping them take full advantage of EFF sponsored opportunities. He is currently our liaison with APDEM, the Association of Program Directors in Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism, and will be working to expand awareness of EFF throughout all training programs. Dr. Correa will have his own corner in our quarterly newsletter and will be bringing new ideas for career advancement and networking to your attention with each issue. Feel free to reach out to him through EFF as he is eager to share some of his ideas and energy with each and all of you. Welcome to EFF, Dr. Correa!


Lastly, for our soon to be graduates, many thanks for being part of EFF and good luck in future endeavors, and please let us hear from you.

Dr. Mark Stolar


Endocrine Fellow Foundation
PO Box 310
Marion, CT 06444
P: 860.586.7574
aduquette@endocrinefellows.org

The EFF is a 501c(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to foster the advancement of fellows in endocrinology, diabetes and metabolism through mentoring, education, research funding and career support. ©