Pediatric Endocrinology & Diabetes Research
Investigators in NYU Langone’s Division of Pediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes have diverse areas of interest and engage in a wide range of research activities. Their work is published in numerous peer-reviewed journals, and division members frequently deliver lectures at scientific conferences and other academic medical centers.
Research in the division focuses on pediatric diabetes and pediatric disorders that affect growth, the adrenal glands, and the pituitary gland. Investigators study the effects of medications and vitamins on the pediatric endocrine system, including hypercalcemia and problems with growth. Researchers have also studied the adverse effects of growth hormone therapies for puberty induction.
The investigators have studied geographic disparities in diabetes prevalence, as well as cortisol levels in children with diabetic ketoacidosis at diagnosis of new-onset type 1 diabetes mellitus. The division has been involved in the development of guidelines for children and adolescents with thyroid cancer.
Concordance and Discordance in the Geographic Distribution of Childhood Obesity and Pediatric Type 2 Diabetes in New York City
Academic pediatrics. 2020 Aug ; 20:809-815
Type 1 Diabetes and COVID-19: Preliminary Findings From a Multicenter Surveillance Study in the U.S
Diabetes care. 2020 Aug ; 43:e83-e85
Perspectives on the Role of Exercise in the Treatment of Pediatric Type 1 Diabetes
Pediatric diabetes. 2020 May ; 21:466-472
Impaired myocardial deformation and ventricular vascular coupling in obese adolescents with dysglycemia
Cardiovascular diabetology. 2019 12 19; 18:172
Can preimplantation genetic diagnosis be used for monogenic endocrine diseases?
Journal of pediatric endocrinology & metabolism. 2019 Dec 18; 32:1305-1310
Characterization of the duration of treatment with diazoxide in infants with prolonged hyperinsulinism (PHI)
Journal of pediatric endocrinology & metabolism. 2019 Nov 26; 32:1241-1245
Familial X-Linked Acrogigantism: Postnatal Outcomes and Tumor Pathology in a Prenatally Diagnosed Infant and His Mother
Journal of clinical endocrinology & metabolism. 2019 Oct 01; 104:4667-4675
Improving Long-term Outcomes of Youth with Lipid Abnormalities- Expanding the Role of Pediatric Endocrinologists
Journal of clinical endocrinology & metabolism. 2019 Oct 01; 104:4421-4426