About the Pituitary Research Program

The Pituitary Research Program at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai is engaged in a number of research studies and clinical trials that provide access to novel medical therapies and individualized long-term follow up for patients with pituitary tumors and pituitary disorders. Current studies explore the mechanisms of pituitary tumor development and the safety and efficacy of treating patients with Cushing’s disease and acromegaly with new medications, among other topics.

The Pituitary Research Program also develops databases of patients in order to generate data for research and enable thorough, long-term follow-up care. These databases help the team to quickly identify patients who could potentially benefit from new experimental therapies. One of the databases includes more than 400 patients with Cushing’s disease and tracks their long-term outcomes after receiving treatment. Data from this ongoing study was published in a 2013 article in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism. Another large database follows prolactinoma patients, tracking their symptoms at presentation, remission rates with surgical or medical treatment, and quality of life over time. Read more

Clinical Trials

We are investigating new therapies for patients with Cushing’s disease and acromegaly.  Learn more

Meet Our Team

The Pituitary Research Program’s interdisciplinary team includes experts in endocrinology and neurosurgery.  Read more

Contact Us

Tel: 212-241-3422
Fax: 212-423-0508

Mount Sinai Faculty Practice
5 East 98th Street
7th floor
New York, NY 10029

Multidisciplinary Pituitary Conference

The Multidisciplinary Pituitary Conference is a monthly clinical conference where pituitary and neuroendocrine cases are presented and discussed in a multidisciplinary setting. Learn more and view our schedule