Jonathan S. Bogan, MD’s first objective when providing consultations to inpatients with endocrine disease at Yale New Haven Hospital is to let them know they are not alone. He tells them, “My role is to be your partner in helping you manage your medical issues.”
“Our practice in the endocrine division at Yale Medicine has very broad clinical expertise, and we see a wide range of patients,” Dr. Bogan says. “We also have a diversity of research on various clinical and basic projects important for endocrine diseases. The high prevalence of these conditions makes it important to understand them.”
Dr. Bogan is an associate professor of medicine (endocrinology) and of cell biology at Yale School of Medicine. In addition to his clinical practice, he a researcher focused on understanding the development of type 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome, and how both conditions can be prevented or treated.