Our research mission is to create new knowledge that will improve the prevention and/or treatment of endocrine disease through cutting-edge, multidisciplinary research.
Our educational mission is to cultivate the next generation leaders in the field of endocrinology through rigorous education, training, and career development.
Our clinical mission is to promote health and combat disease in endocrinology through innovative, high-value clinical care.
Mary Korytkowski, MD has been awarded a National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases R01 in collaboration with Daniel Rubin, MD, MSc, FACE from Temple University.
Anjana Murali, Physician Scientist Training Program student at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, has been awarded a National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases T32 Medical Student Research Training Supplement under the mentorship of Michael Jurczak, PhD.
Yusuke Sekine, PhD, Endocrine and Aging Institute faculty member, has been awarded a Samuel and Emma Winters Foundation grant.
The New York Times article “She was healthy and active. Suddenly she had a seizure” features Mary Korytkowski, MD discussing this complex case of insulinoma.