Sara DiVall, M.D.
Assistant Professor, Pediatrics
The Johns Hopkins Hospital
Division of Endocrinology
200 N. Wolfe Street
Baltimore, MD 21287-2520
The University of Wisconsin-Madison
Albany Medical College – Pediatrics
The University of Chicago – Pediatric Endocrinology
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine – Pediatric Endocrinology
- Diabetes mellitus and disorders of growth
- The thyroid and pituitary gland
- To determine the effect of insulin and IGF-1 on function of the GnRH neuron and regulation of pubertal onset and reproductive function
- To discover biomarkers of puberty and pubertal onset
Dr. Sara DiVall received her medical degree from The University of Wisconsin-Madison. She completed residency training in Pediatrics at Albany Medical College, and pediatric endocrinology fellowship training The University of Chicago and Johns Hopkins University.
Dr. DiVall, an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, cares for infants and children with a wide variety of endocrine disorders, including diabetes mellitus and disorders of growth, puberty, and the thyroid and pituitary gland.
She has a special interest in managing patients with disorders of puberty and the pituitary. Her research aims to determine, at the cellular level, how nutritional signals regulate puberty and reproduction.
Dr. DiVall sees patients at the David M. Rubenstein Child Health Building in East Baltimore on Monday afternoons.