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Mission

The fellowship-training program in Endocrinology, Metabolism, and Diabetes is aimed at providing intense training and experience such that the fellows on graduation:
  1. will have the specialized, currently accepted, and up-to-date knowledge and clinical skills required to function as a consultant in endocrinology,
  2. are capable of working in a variety of settings
  3. possess habits of life-long learning to build upon their knowledge, skills and professionalism.
They will be able to clinically manage common endocrine conditions, diabetes, metabolic syndrome, obesity, and osteoporosis and thyroid diseases in particular. In addition they will be able to manage conditions related to hypothalamic, pituitary adrenal, and gonadal problems in general.

During their concomitant research training, fellows will be able to:
  • think critically
  • analyze data that they read in journals
  • formulate independent hypotheses
  • set out plans of investigation
  • carry out those plans.
At the end of the training program we intend to have well trained physicians who can do good clinical research incorporating themes that are both clinical and analytical at cellular and molecular level.

The program is of two years duration. The training is based at three major centers within the University hospital program.
Paresh Dandona MD
Paresh Dandona, M.D.
Division Chief
Dent Tower
3980 Sheridan Dr.
Amherst, NY 14226
P: 716-961-9900 or 626-7966
F: 716-961-9911
E: pdandona@kaleidahealth.org

Contact
Lynne Barnas
Administrative Assistant
Diabetes-Endocrinology Center of WNY
115 Flint Rd.
Williamsville, NY 14221
P: 716-626-7973
F: 716-626-7990
E: lynnebar@buffalo.edu