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.
We are pleased to announce that Yong Wan, PhD has been awarded a Samuel and Emma Winters Foundation grant. The project supported by this funding is titled, “Exploring Novel Targets Through Secretome Analysis for the Treatment of Osteoporosis”.
Congratulations to Sandra Sobel, MD for being elected to the Board of the Western and Central PA Chapter of the JDRF. In this role, Dr. Sobel will communicate and emphasize JDRF’s impact on type 1 diabetes research. She is tasked with staying current on the cutting...
We are pleased to announce that Ruya Liu, MD, PhD has been awarded a Samuel and Emma Winters Foundation grant. The project supported by this funding is titled, “C5X Emerging as a Novel Target for Cardiomyocyte Renewal and Heart Regeneration”.
Congratulations to Margaret Zupa, MD for being awarded an Institute for Clinical Research Education Clinical Translational Scholars/KL2 Program Career Development Award. The project supported by this funding is titled “Enhancing Telemedicine Care Quality to Improve...