Welcome!

The Division of Endocrinology is dedicated to leadership and excellence in clinical service, teaching and research for a range of metabolic and endocrine disorders. The Division of Endocrinology has become a national leader in pediatric diabetes research as well as boasting the world’s largest center for glycogen storage disease, the nation’s largest program for Prader-Willi syndrome and clinics for other metabolic and endocrine disorders.

A Message from the Chief

Division Chief

Michael Haller, MD

Dr. Michael Haller is a pediatric endocrinologist with a passion for patient care, teaching, and research. Dr. Haller’s research focuses on predicting, preventing, and reversing type 1 diabetes through a team approach that emphasizes translating findings from the laboratory bench to the patient’s bedside in a timely manner.

Dr. Haller showing a young patient a stuffed animal

Pediatric Endocrinology Stats

HOME AND ABROAD

The Division of Endocrinology at UF Health currently see’s patients from 10 different countries and 27 different states.

Map of the glob highlighting the different countriesUF Edocrinology patients come from

1,000 Pediatric diabetes patientes/year

19th U.S. News & World Report Rank

500+ Children served at diabetes camps in Florida

1 Top-ranked program in the southeast

WHAT’S HAPPENING IN ENDOCRINOLOGY

Pediatric Endocrinology #19

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UF Health Shands Children’s Diabetes & Endocrinology Hospital ranked #19 by U.S. News and World Report.

Congratulations Dr. Scott Rivkees!

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New Surgeon General of Florida

UF Diabetes Spotlight

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UF Health, Stanford gets $7.6 million grant to expand diabetes program