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Faculty endocrinologists support IU Health Diabetes and Endocrinology and use the latest medical advances to treat disorders of the endocrine (hormonal) system, including diabetes, thyroid disease and cancer, osteoporosis, and adrenal and pituitary conditions. Services offered at the center include comprehensive diabetes education, individual consultations, diabetes prevention programs, insulin initiation and regulation, insulin pump education, gestational diabetes education, diabetes counseling and medical nutrition therapy.

Under division chief Michael Econs, MD, the Division of Endocrinology and Metabolism demonstrates excellence in teaching, patient care, and research. Medical school and resident education includes the Endocrinology section in the Foundation of Clinical Practice course and active endocrine rotations for students and residents. Residents taking the endocrine elective, as well as the women’s health elective, rotate through our many clinics.

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Endocrinology faculty and staff are actively engaged in research across the endocrinology spectrum as well as partnering with researchers from a variety of other specialties. 

Clinical Care

The endocrinology division runs a robust clinical service focused on patient care. Faculty see a wide variety of endocrine disorders through patient visits at downtown Indianapolis hospitals.


The Endocrinology specialty team offers a two-year ACGME-accredited fellowship program.

Featured News

Division Director Michael Econs, MD, presents an award to Wade Jodeh, MD.
The Beat

2024 Endocrinology Awards

Each year, the Division of Endocrinology in the Department of Medicine recognizes fellows and faculty members with awards voted on by their colleagues.

headshots of Linda DiMeglio and Viral Shah
Faculty News

IU endocrinologists receive esteemed JDRF awards for contributions to type 1 diabetes research

Two IU School of Medicine faculty members have been recognized for their significant contributions to type 1 diabetes research by the leading global research and advocacy organization for the disease, JDRF. Linda DiMeglio, MPH, MD, was announced as the co-recipient of the 2023 George Eisenbarth Award for Type 1 Diabetes Prevention, and Viral Shah, MD, received the 2023 Mary Tyler Moore and S. Robert Levine, MD, Excellence in Clinical Research Award.

Kavitha Subramoney, MBBS, MS
The Beat

Featured Fellow: Kavitha Subramoney, MBBS, MS

Following a mid-career transition to endocrinology, Dr. Subramoney says her interest in the field is "enduring."