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Every patient of the Pediatric Endocrine Unit has a personal endocrinologist. We work collaboratively with primary care physicians, other specialty caregivers, and—most importantly—patients and their families to deliver the highest quality of care.
Our physicians specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of all endocrine-related conditions of infants, children and adolescents, including:
At MassGeneral Hospital for Children, we know that the time of your child’s diagnosis and treatment is a very stressful one and we strive to provide an open, welcoming environment. We believe that no one knows a child as well as the parent does; parents, along with primary care providers, become our partners in a child's care and have an active voice in all treatment plans.
Our physicians specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of all endocrine-related conditions of infants, children and adolescents.
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Pediatric Endocrinology FellowshipThe Pediatric Endocrinology Fellowship Program at MassGeneral Hospital for Children spans three years of training and prepares our fellows for careers as leaders in academic medicine and also clinical practice. Learn more.
Pediatric Endocrine-Neuroendocrine-Sports Endocrine ResearchResearch within the Pediatric Endocrine-Neuroendocrine-Sports Endocrine Lab aims to further medical knowledge about common endocrine issues in athletes and girls with low-weight eating disorders. In particular, we focus our efforts on establishing findings that lead to the adaptation and improvement of medical care for female athletes and young girls and women with eating disorders. Learn more.
Pediatric Endocrinology Research Lab The goal of our laboratory research is to find ways to generate regulated insulin secretion in cells or tissues for pancreatic b-cell replacement therapy in diabetes. Learn more.
For more information please contact Dr. Madhu Misra (617) 724-5602 or Meghan Slattery (617) 643-0267 (email: firstname.lastname@example.org).
We are conducting a research study at Massachusetts General Hospital to investigate eating patterns in children, teens, and young adults with low-weight eating disorders.
As part of this study, we are using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans to investigate the relationship between hormones, brain activity, and appetite.
Compensation up to $550
The study includes:
You may be eligible to participate if you:
Contact Meghan Slattery, NP, at email@example.com or (617) 643-0267.
Seeking overweight girls and boys 14-21 years old
Our Mission: To understand the effect of weight loss surgery versus no surgery (usual care) on bone density and strength and body composition.
6 total visits over 26 months, including:
Up to $1200 stipend
If interested, call Ryan Woolley at 617-724-6046 or email ANEresearch@partners.org.
We are interested in the effect of type 1 diabetes on bone density. We are looking for girls ages 10-16 years with type 1 diabetes who are otherwise healthy in order to learn how their bone density changes over time.
If interested, contact Deborah Mitchell, MD Pediatric Endocrine Unit Massachusetts General Hospital 617-724-2034 firstname.lastname@example.org
We are interested in the effect of type 1 diabetes (juvenile diabetes) on bone density. We are looking for healthy girls ages 10-16 years without diabetes in order to compare them to girls with diabetes.
View the full collection of patient resources from the Pediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes Center here.
This year, MassGeneral Hospital for Children (MGHfC) celebrated its 10th annual Research Day, an event that recognizes the pioneering research of investigators throughout the hospital whose discoveries help to better understand childhood health and disease.
A focus on the positive is the mindset behind a new coaching program in the Pediatric Residency and Fellowship programs at MGHfC. The coaching program aims to maximize the experiences of interns, residents and fellows by pairing them with providers who coach trainees on personal and professional goals.
Ether Day, a tradition started in 1945, is a day to recognize MGHfC and Mass General staff for their years of service to patients and the hospital's overall mission. Learn more about what MGHfC means to some of those providers and staff.
For years, doctors could not determine why Olivia Renzi, 17, was growing so rapidly. She was much taller than other children her age and wasn’t developing normally. In 2013, her mother knew something wasn’t right, so she brought her then 14-year-old daughter to MGHfC. Olivia was diagnosed with gigantism, a rare growth disorder, but the diagnosis taught her to tap into a source of inner strength she didn't know she had.
New research from MassGeneral Hospital for Children shows the benefits of estrogen replacement therapy for improving physiological and psychological outcomes in young females with anorexia nervosa.
Madhusmita Misra, MD, MPH, chief of Pediatric Endocrinology at MGHfC, has been elected to serve on the Board of Directors of the Pediatric Endocrine Society from 2016-2016.
Childhood is a critical time for bone health. Approximately 90% of peak bone mass is acquired by age 18, with about 50% of this acquired during the pubertal growth spurt. As a pediatrician, my research goal is to better understand the factors which impact bone growth and mineralization during this important window in order to maximize long-term bone health.
MGHfC Pediatric Endocrine Program & Diabetes Center
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To schedule an appointment with a MassGeneral for Children pediatric specialist, please call 888-644-3248 or complete our online appointment form to request an appointment.
Physicians may call 888-644-3211 or use the online referral form and the Access & New Appointment Center will call your patient within 1 business day.
The vision of the Division of Pediatric Endocrinology is to:
The mission of the Division of Pediatric Endocrinology is to:
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