The Division of Endocrinology and Metabolism has a long history of major contributions in basic and clinical research, a record of training fellows for academic and clinical careers, and a commitment to providing superb care for patients with a full range of common or complex endocrine diseases. We are committed to maintaining the highest standards of academic medicine and patient care. Clinical and basic research in the division covers a range of topics and fields, with major areas of strength in bone and mineral metabolism and endocrine neoplasia. There is a close working relationship and multiple joint appointments between the division and the UConn Musculoskeletal Institute, plus the Neag Comprehensive Cancer Center.
Our faculty members have a laudable record of elected and invited service for leading national societies including the American Society for Bone and Mineral Research and The Endocrine Society. In the clinical arena, our faculty provide first-rate clinical care in general endocrinology including diabetes, and in the special areas of bone/osteoporosis and endocrine neoplasia. The division provides outstanding educational opportunities for medical students, residents, fellows, and faculty, including those located on the UConn Health campus and affiliated area hospitals. The division is led by Dr. Andrew Arnold, and the Endocrinology and Metabolism Fellowship Training Program is directed by Dr. Pamela Taxel.