Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Bone Disease Fellowship at The Mount Sinai Hospital

The Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Bone Disease at Mount Sinai provides training in both the clinical and research aspects of endocrinology, diabetes, metabolism, and nutrition. The goal of our program is to prepare academic endocrinologists of the highest caliber.

The staff of the Division of Endocrinology consists of 21 full-time faculty members and 24 clinical voluntary faculty members. This large faculty provides trainees with a rich and diverse experience in the management of clinical problems and opportunities for a wide variety of clinical and laboratory research projects. The Division has extensive research facilities and collaborates with several other departments within the Medical Center.

After an intense training experience at Mount Sinai, fellows are well prepared to perform sophisticated tests and execute the finest clinical diagnostic skills. Our fellowship provides an in-depth understanding of a whole range of endocrine and metabolic disorders. A firm background in endocrine research is also a basic component of the training, providing a solid foundation for future academic pursuits.  Our training program is a two-year program with an option for a third year, which is dedicated to continuing with your research activity and academic pursuits.

Whether you are with us for two or three years, as a fellow in the Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Bone Disease, you will develop a solid clinical and research foundation. Upon graduation you will be able to pursue any interest as a full time clinician, a researcher or a physician-scientist. To learn more about our curriculum, please click here.


2016 – 2018 Endocrine Fellows

Stephanie Behringer-Massera, MD,completed her MD from  Ruprecht-Karls University of Heidelberg, Germany. She did her residency at Montefiore Medical Center in New York and worked in the NYS Empire Clinical Research Investigator Program at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine.

Pedram Javanmard, MD, received a BS from the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, GA and an MD from Georgia Regents University in Augusta, Georgia. He did his residency at the State University of New York, Stony Brooke where he was Chief Resident. 

Vanessa Narwani, MD, completed her BA from Barnard College at Columbia University. She received her MD/MS from Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, UMDMJ, in Piscataway, New Jersey and completed her residency at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson.

Grenye O'Malley, MD, completed her BS from American University in Washington, DC. She received her MD from New York University School of Medicine and did her residency at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.


2015-2017 Endocrine Fellows

Georgia Rose Kulina, MD,completed her BS in Biology with honors at Univ of Delaware, her MD in the top 10% of her class at Jefferson Medical College, PA. She completed her Primary Care track residency at Mount Sinai, receiving the Resident Humanitarianism Award and served as Attending Physician in General Medicine at Mount Sinai for one year. She has worked with Carol Levy doing research on Hepatocyte Growth Factor and GDM.

Alessia Carluccio Roehnelt, MD, completed her BS in Biology at Lehigh, MD from Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, NJ with AOA. She completed her residency at Mount Sinai Internal Medicine and she served as the Chief Resident where she was touted as a true jewel.  She has worked with Eliza Geer on QOL and long-term psychological sequel of Cushing’s disease which resulted in publication in Clin Endocrinology.

Romona Devi Satchi, MD, completed her BA in Psychology/Chemistry at NYU and her MD from UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School with multiple honors. She did her residency at Weill Cornell Medical Center and served as an attending at Hospital for Special Surgery in General Medicine. She was highly praised by her colleagues for her energy and dedication.

Gad Shlomai, MD, completed his BA in Psychology from The Hebrew University and MD from the Hadassah Medical School in Israel. He did his residency and was Chief Resident at Chaim Sheba Medical Center Israel. He was elected for the distinguished leadership program and served as an attending physician there. He also worked on his research for metabolic syndrome and molecular mechanism of fatty liver development with several publications.


To see where our recent graduates have gone, please click here.

Our training program offers a two-year clinical fellowship with optional additional research years designed to provide the most advanced training to acquire knowledge, skills, and experience required to become a consultant in this field.

Additional research years are offered to develop a niche in a selected research area that is essential in providing a solid foundation for an academic career. Icahn School of Medicine offers a combined program in Clinical Research Training Program.

Four fellowship positions are available each year.

All applications are accepted through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). Fellowship positions will be offered through NRMP match program for endocrinology. Please access the ERAS Website to apply, submit the following materials with your application.

The terms, conditions, and benefits of fellow appointment are posted on the MSSM GME website.

Application Checklist:

  • Letters of recommendation (2 - 3, one must be from your residency program director)
  • Personal statement
  • Photo
  • Curriculum vitae
  • USMLE scores

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The endocrinology fellowship at Mount Sinai provides a real opportunity for the motivated candidate. Fellows who complete our program are well-prepared for career in clinical practice as well as academic pursuits. We are committed to our fellows and their success.