Sabin College Faculty Biographies

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Aniket Sidhaye, MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine - Endocrinology

Dr. Aniket Sidhaye is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Endocrinology and Metabolism at the Johns Hopkins University (JHU) School of Medicine. He grew up mostly in Dunwoody, GA and in Bombay, India. He received his medical degree from the Feinberg School of Medicine at Northwestern University in Chicago, IL. Subsequently he completed internal medicine training at Northwestern. He came to Hopkins for fellowship training in Endocrinology and Metabolism and stayed on as faculty thereafter.

Aniket is a clinical endocrinologist in the adult endocrine division. He has established a multi-disciplinary transition clinic for patients with type 1 diabetes in conjunction with the pediatric endocrine group here. In addition, based on funding from the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, he works closely with the adult cystic fibrosis center to ensure endocrine consultations for patients with CF are provided in a manner the eases access to care. Within the division, his primary administrative responsibility is as Associate Director of the inpatient diabetes management service at JHH, which is a nurse-practitioner lead team that provides nearly all diabetes related consultations in the hospital. As part of this role, he is actively involved in reviewing and writing policies related to optimization of management practices for hospitalized patients with glycemic disturbances. He values working in a multi-disciplinary setting and learning from others to help improve patient care.

Aniket has been involved in medical education, and in particular undergraduate medical education for many years. His main role as an educator is as co-director, along with David Cooke, of the Endocrinology course in the Genes-to-Society course. In addition, he directs the clinical rotations for students and housestaff within the endocrine division and is a Longcope firm faculty. He finds the sessions with students challenging and invigorating, helping him to be a better doctor.

Outside of work, Aniket enjoys spending time with his family: his wife, Ramana, who is a physician-scientist here at Hopkins, and his two kids. He wishes he played more tennis and watched less soccer.