Members of the Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism are dedicated to patient-centered clinical endocrinology, innovative endocrinology research, and scholarly training in our endocrinology fellowship program.
Leading the Future of Endocrinology Clinical Care & Research
What makes the UW endocrinology approach unique? An exceptional level of collaboration, clinical knowledge, and multidisciplinary research that drives progress forward. Every day, our members are making discoveries and improving patients’ lives. It’s an exciting time for UW endocrinology. Learn more
Transforming diabetes treatment & management: UW diabetes research programs encompass a full spectrum of efforts to understand the fundamental mechanisms of diabetes pathogenesis, pancreatic beta cell biology, and ways to improve diabetes management and treatment. Learn more
UW Health endocrinologists focus on clinical care that's evidence-based. Our goal is to provide exceptional care for patients with a wide variety of endocrine and metabolic disorders, such as:
- type 1 and type 2 diabetes mellitus
- Paget's disease
- metabolic bone diseases
- hyperparathyroidism or hypoparathyroidism
- thyroid and adrenal disease
- cholesterol and lipid disorders
The University of Wisconsin Endocrinology Fellowship Program is designed to provide you with world-class training for a successful career in academic endocrinology. Our experienced, dedicated faculty will prepare you to practice compassionate, evidence-based, and technically skillful endocrinology care. With the clinical expertise, research experience and teaching skills you will gain here in the UW Endocrinology Fellowship Program, you will be prepared to join the ranks of former graduates who are making important contributions to endocrinology across the nation.