Endocrinology, Metabolism & Genetics
The mission of the Division of Endocrinology, Metabolism and Genetics is to provide quality health care to individuals with endocrine and genetic diseases through patient care, education and research.
We are dedicated to educating physicians, allied health professionals, the community and our patients.
- Medical training: We offer a fellowship training program in Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism. Faculty direct and participate in training medical students and resident physicians in all areas of endocrinology.
- Community education: We are committed to the education of patients and the community through ongoing diabetes classes through the Cray Diabetes Center and many outreach educational sessions.
We are dedicated to bringing together researchers and clinicians from multiple disciplines to further our understanding and treatment of diabetes and musculoskeletal disease.
- Faculty research efforts focus on diabetes mellitus, osteoporosis, and novel genetic diseases.
- The KU Diabetes Institute is directed by Dr. David Robbins.
Patient care is provided through the Cray Diabetes Center, the Hiatt Osteoporosis Center, Endocrinology clinics, and Genetics Clinics.
Oct 16, 2017