Natalia Genere, MD

Natalia Genere, MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine


Dr. Genere grew up in the Detroit, Michigan area.  She received her Bachelor of Science in Biology and Medical Anthropology from the University of Michigan, and subsequently completed medical education at the University of Minnesota.  Her medical training then took her to Chicago, where she completed a combined program in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at the University of Chicago, followed by subspecialty training in Endocrinology, Diabetes, Metabolism, and Nutrition at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota.  

Dr. Genere’s clinical interests lie in the area of Endocrine Neoplasia.  She treats benign and malignant disorders of the thyroid, adrenal tumors, aldosteronism, and adrenal insufficiency.  She looks forward to developing innovative care delivery models to provide comprehensive patient care and experiences in the areas of thyroid, parathyroid, and adrenal diseases.  Her clinical and research focus revolves around identifying patients benefitting most from surgical and medical approaches to certain endocrine conditions. 

Dr. Genere has published in the areas of clinical decision-making in thyroid nodules, thyroid cancer epidemiology and mechanisms of discovery, impacts of thyroid-directed therapy on lipid parameters, and Graves’ orbitopathy.  She has also published in topics of adrenal insufficiency and adrenal incidentalomas. 

Throughout her medical training, Dr. Genere has developed a strong interest in undergraduate and graduate medical education, as well as in community education.  She works closely with the patient education through the American Thyroid Association as well as other endocrine community outreach programs.  She works closely with fellows, residents, and medical students in areas of endocrinology and in career development.