Ricardo Correa, MD, EdD, FACP, FACE, FAPCR, CMQ is the program director for endocrinology, diabetes and metabolism fellowship and the director for diversity of Graduate Medical Education at the University of Arizona College of Medicine. He is also a staff clinician and researcher at Phoenix VAMC and Assistant Professor of Medicine at Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine, Mayo Clinic-Arizona, and Associate Professor of Creighton School of Medicine-Phoenix. Dr. Correa is the editor of Dynamed, SGIM Forum and Thyroid Manager.
Dr. Correa completed medical school and a master's at the University of Panama. He completed a research fellowship in Epidemiology and Tropical Diseases at ICGES in Panama City and an internal medicine residency at Jackson Memorial Hospital of the University of Miami. In 2012, he was honored with AOA and the GoldDOC Award. He then pursued a clinical and research fellowship in endocrinology, diabetes and metabolism with a special focus in neuroendocrine research at the NIH. He is the author of the book Case Reports: Basics and Publications. His research currently focuses on the long-term consequences of hormonal replacement therapy in the transgender population, subclinical Cushing and adrenal incidentaloma, and the utility of peer support networks to reduce the burden of diabetes in Latinx populations of the United States.