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Division of Endocrinology

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The Division of Endocrinology, part of the School of Medicine, provides critical support for innovative research as well as new and advanced patient care and services. It is an essential way to make an immediate impact in an area of medicine that is important and meaningful to you. A donation is a meaningful way to honor a significant person in your life or remember someone who has passed away.

Gifts can be made in several ways.

Online – Make a gift online by using Stanford’s secure Web site for giving. Click here

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Development Services                                                  P.O. Box 20466                                                      Stanford, CA 94309

Fax: 650 723 0023

Email: medicalgiving@stanford.edu

Call us: - Contact Our Development Staff by calling 650 725 2504 to discuss a gift.

 


Message from the Chief

Joy Y Wu, MD, PhD
Associate Professor of Medicine, Division Chief of Endocrinology, Gerontology and Metabolism

Welcome to the Division of Endocrinology, Gerontology and Metabolism website. As a leading center for research, clinical studies, consultation, and treatment, our faculty is dedicated to providing patients with the latest therapies in the care and management of comples endocrine diseases and diabetes. The Division has a longstanding tradition of excellence in research, highlighted by major discoveries in the areas of insulin resistance and diabetes. Research efforts are supported by government and private funding and include diverse areas such as hormone action, various aspects of diabetes, obesity, growth disorders, bone metabolism, pituitary disorders, aging and the genetics of endocrine disease.

A wide diversity of patients are treated at weekly clinics throughout three different locations, Stanford Hospital, VA Palo Alto Health Care System and Santa Clara Valley Medical Center. Several speciality clinics are available, including a Pituitary Center that focuses on pituitary and hypothalamic disorders, Thyroid clinic, Bone clinic, Neuroendocrine tumor clinic, as well as several diabetes focused clinics.

The division currently consists of 26 faculty, 8 adjunct faculty, 7 emeritus faculty, and 2 instructors. Our clinical fellowship program provides trainees with two to three years of advanced training i the field of endocrinology, diabetes and metabolism. The program places a major emphasis on trining academic endocrinologists interested in basic and/or clinical research or those who plan to become clinical educators and also suits the needs for trainees interested as private practitioners. The division's mentor-trainee program offers in-depth guidance throughout all aspects of fellowship training and support though our NIH funded endocrinology training grant.

We invite you to explore our website and contact us for opportunities for training and research collaborations.


Calendar

Calendar:  visit our Endocrine Grand Rounds Calendar and keep up-to-date with all Department of Medicine Events.

Stanford Medicine Community Announcement

Stanford Health Care ranked in top 10 by U.S. News & World Report

For eighth year running, U.S. News & World Report ranks Stanford Health Care one of the nation’s highest-rated hospitals.

 

Women In Medicine

The Department of Medicine celebrates Women in Medicine Month. Visit the compilation page and contibute your own photos of all the women physicians, residents and med students who lead with purpose and inspire those around them every day. 

Endo Spotlight - Meet the Chiefs

An Interview with Dr. Joy Wu, Division Chief of Endocrinology, Gerontology and Metabolism

An Interview with Dr. Marilyn Tan, Clinic Chief, Endocrine Clinic, Stanford Health Care

 

 


New Stanford Hospital - The Home of Infinite Possibilities

A reimagined space for health and healing, your new Stanford Hospital extraordinary facility that doubles our capacity for patient care and modernizes our ability to treat and cure. It blends the most advanced medical technologies with a human-centered approach to patient care and brings us closer to achieving our vision—to predict, prevent and cure more precisely.

Patient-centric design informs the new Stanford Hospital

Precision Health puts the patient at the center of the health care paradigm, and at the newly-opened Stanford Hospital, the patient was the focus throughout the design process.