The Division of Endocrinology and Metabolism has a rich history and tradition of excellence in patient care, education, and research. It remains one of the finest endocrinology divisions in the country. We currently have 34 faculty members (eleven full professors, six associate professors, nine assistant professors, three nurse practitioners, and five emeritus professors) and six clinical endocrine fellows. The Division boasts many previous and current leaders in national professional societies, including three presidents of the Endocrine Society (Margaret A. Shupnik, PhD, Robert M. Carey, MD, and Richard J. Santen, MD), one president of the American Diabetes Association (Eugene J. Barrett, MD, PhD), and one president of the Pituitary Society (Mary Lee Vance, MD). Our faculty members strive to provide the best possible care to patients with various hormonal and metabolic disorders and the best training for the next generation of physicians and scientists and make cutting-edge scientific discoveries in clinical and basic endocrine research.
Members of our clinical faculty have a wide range of clinical and research interests, and the division has active research programs with state-of-the-art facilities. To discover the research taking place in some of our Endocrine labs, please explore the links below.