Pediatric Diabetes

Excellence in Pediatric Care

Our pediatric endocrinology team is dedicated to providing the highest quality of compassionate, state-of-the-art care for children & families affected by diabetes and other endocrine disorders.

Doctor Haller with a patient

1,000 Pediatric diabetes patientes/year

19th U.S. News & World Report Rank

500+ Children served at diabetes camps in Florida

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1 Top-ranked program in the southeast

Highlights

UF Health’s revolutionary type 1 diabetes basic science, translational research and patient care

Using autoantibody markers to predict type 1 diabetes risk

Many first-in-human studies seeking to prevent and reverse type 1 diabetes

Innovative media and technology platforms for diabetes education

Leadership roles in Trial Net, TEDDY, T1D Exchange, and PDC

No. 1 funded institution internationally by JDRF for multiple years

Bringing together multidisciplinary care teams in:

Transgender health

Turner syndrome

Thyroid cancer

National advocacy leadership in pediatric endocrinology

UF is home to past presidents of the American Diabetes Association and Pediatric Endocrine Society

Faculty on multiple NIH and foundation review panels

Two faculty rank in the top 10 most-cited authors in pediatric diabetes internationally

Excellence in Prader-Willi Syndrome

Internationally renowned clinical program

Leading-edge clinical research

Key opinion leaders driving guidelines

Stemming the tide in pediatric obesity

Individualized programs show BMI reductions

Fun ‘n’ Fit booths in clinic areas

Health equity research

Our pediatric endocrinology team includes:

10 board-certified pediatric endocrinologists

2 advanced registered nurse practitioners

2 registered nurses/certified diabetes educators

2 registered dietitians/certified diabetes educators

4 pediatric psychologists

3 pediatric endocrinology fellows