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The USF Diabetes and Endocrinology Center provides the highest quality clinical services while training the next generation of health care providers. We bring the newest clinical advances in care to our patient population and engage in research that improves treatment and leads to prevention and a cure. The Center provides a caring and supportive environment that is sensitive to the needs of our patients and their families while being ever mindful of the challenges and contributions made by all in the pursuit of health.
We are the Tampa Bay Region's only academic medical center serving both children and adult patients with diabetes and endocrine-related conditions, with a multidisciplinary team including:
Our providers believe in training the next generation of practitioners in the field of endocrinology. We accept on a rolling basis requests for intern, clinical rotation and shadowing opportunities from aspiring physicians and providers. Candidates will be reviewed in the order their applications are received and will receive a response no later than one month from the date submitted. To apply for an opportunity with the USF Diabetes and Endocrinology Center, please complete this survey application.
The USF Diabetes Center is one of only twenty TrialNet Type 1 Diabetes Clinical Research Centers worldwide, engaging in innovative and important global research in Type 1 Diabetes Prevention. Our Center is proud to offer some of the most cutting edge research opportunities in the world to our patients and their families including screening, prevention, intervention and device studies for type 1 and type 2 diabetes patients as well as endocrine disorder studies.
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One part of our vision is to cure and prevent diabetes through innovative research. The other is to help people with diabetes live the best life possible today. We value your partnership in our pursuit of hope, healing and overall health for people with diabetes.