Naga Yalla, MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine

Biography

Dr. Yalla attended Barnard College, Columbia University in NY before deciding to pursue a career in medicine. She graduated from Sri Ramachandra Medical School and Research Institute, Madras, India in 2005. Subsequently she completed a residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Kentucky with a focus on women’s health between 2006-2009, and then completed her fellowship in endocrinology between 2009-2011. In 2012 she became a faculty member in the division of Endocrinology, Metabolism, and Lipid Research at Washington University and in July 2013 will join the faculty in the Bone Health Program.

Clinical Interests

Inpatient Diabetes Management, Osteoporosis and Metabolic Bone Diseases

Awards and Honors:

Outstanding Abstract Award Grant, Endocrine Society June, 2011
Columbia University Bone Preceptorship, May 2011
Osteoporosis Academy Scholarship March, 2010
Barnard College, Columbia University Student Life Award, for service as Class President 1999
Hinduja Foundation:Grant for AIDS education and research
Donald and Nancy Richie Fund, Columbia University Grant for AIDS education and Research 1998
Martin Luther King Youth Merit Award, 1997

Washington University Physician Network