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 the nation’s largest program for Prader-Willi syndrome and clinics for other metabolic and endocrine disorders.


Pediatric Progress Report

Welcome to the University of Florida Health 2019 Pediatric Progress Report, which we call Destination UF Health Shands Children's Hospital. Our Children's hospital is a top-ranked health care destination that attracts the brightest students, scholars, scientists and health care providers, all ready to tackle our patents' greatest challenges.

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Our Program

Making a Difference

The division of pediatric endocrinology at the University of Florida is dedicated to providing the highest-quality and compassionate, state-of-the-art care for children and families affected by diabetes and other endocrine disorders. We pride ourselves on our research and being able to teach and train the next generation of pediatric endocrinologists.

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Fellowship Program

Fellowship Virtual Interview Season

Pediatric Endocrine Fellowship Program Response to COVID-19

The UF Pediatric Endocrine Fellowship program is aware of the many challenges that COVID-19 has brought to potential applicants.



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