The Fellowship in Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism at SUNY Stony Brook is a comprehensive sub-specialty program designed to produce outstanding clinical and academic endocrinologists. The Fellowship provides broad exposure to a spectrum of problems in clinical endocrinology, as well as opportunity to participate in laboratory and clinical investigation. The faculty is diverse, with particular strength in pituitary and neuroendocrine physiology and disease, thyroid disease, bone disease and diabetes mellitus. Fellows gain practical expertise in patient management, are supported in the development of independent research projects and participate fully in divisional conferences and teaching activities.
The division provides inpatient consultation and staffs ambulatory care facilities at Stony Brook University Medical Center and the Veterans Affairs Medical Center at Northport. Faculty members and research facilities are based at each location. A comprehensive diabetes program emphasizes a multidisciplinary approach to treatment of diabetes with participation of attending physicians, fellows, nurse educators, nutritionists and social workers. A close association is maintained with pediatric and reproductive endocrinology and surgery.
- CLOSED FACULTY SYSTEM:
Work with a single attending who is also the teaching attending; no more trying to track down private attendings
- PICTURESQUE, SAFE, FAMILY-FRIENDLY ENVIRONMENT:
Outstanding schools with many of the nationally top-rated districts in Suffolk County; area is a beautiful, safe, secure environment
- DIVERSE CLINICAL EXPERIENCE:
Our patients present with a wide array of diagnoses and prepare our residents for any clinical problem
- WORK HOURS:
15 years of experience complying with 80-hour maximum workweek limitations