Stephen L. Aronoff, MD, FACP, FACE
L. Aronoff, MD, received his undergraduate degree from
Duke University in Durham, North Carolina and his
medical degree with honors from the University of Texas
Southwestern Medical School in Dallas, Texas. He was
awarded the University of Texas Scholastic Award in
1971. In 1972 he received the Pfizer Scholastic Award
and was inducted into Alpha Omega Alpha National Medical
Honor Society. Dr. Aronoff did his internship at the
Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas. From 1973-76 he
was a staff associate at Southwestern Field Studies
Section of the National Institutes of Health (NIH),
National Institute of Arthritis, Metabolism & Digestive
Diseases (NIAMDD) in Phoenix, Arizona. Thereafter he
completed a residency in medicine at Barnes Hospital in
St. Louis and a Fellowship in Metabolism and
Endocrinology, both with the Washington University
School of Medicine in St. Louis, Missouri. In 1979, Dr.
Aronoff became Chief of the Phoenix Clinical Research
Section of the NIAMDD of the National Institutes of
Health in Phoenix. He also served as Acting Chief of the
Southwest Epidemiology Field Studies Branch of the NIH.
During both terms of service with the National
Institutes of Health, he directed research studies that
focused on diabetes and obesity.
Dr. Aronoff is a Clinical Associate Professor of
Medicine at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical
School, a clinical endocrinologist at Endocrine
Associates of Dallas, PA, and Director of the
Research Institute of Dallas. He is a board
certified specialist in Endocrinology and Metabolism
through the American Board of Internal Medicine. Dr.
Aronoff is also a Fellow of the American College of
Physicians and the American College of Endocrinologists.
He is a member of the Endocrine Society and a member and
past president of the American Association of Clinical
Endocrinologists. He has been an active member in the
American Diabetes Association and has served as
president of the Dallas County chapter. He has been
designated annually as one of the best physicians in his
field by the Dallas publication D Magazine and
also named as an expert in his specialty by Texas
Monthly in its yearly Super Doctors feature. Dr.
Aronoff’s research has been published in various books
and peer-reviewed journals such as the American
Journal of Physiology, The Journal of Clinical
Endocrinology and Metabolism, Lancet and the