David T Wyatt, MD

Professor, the Medical College of Wisconsin

Office Locations

8915 W. Connell Ave
Milwaukee, WI 53226
(877) 607-5280 (appointment)
414-266-6750 (office)
130 Second St, West Pavilion
Neenah, WI 54956


Best Doctors 2013Dr. Wyatt is a board certified pediatric endocrinologist with over thirty years’ experience treating children with diabetes and endocrine disorders. He has extensive clinical research experience in growth disorders and related therapies. He has been on national and international boards and advisory groups involved with the development of growth related research and treatment guidelines. 

Dr. Wyatt is currently focusing on the development of an evidence-based medicine program within the Endocrine Section. He is active in the education of medical students, doctors in endocrine training, and pediatricians in the community.

Pediatrics, Pediatric Endocrinology
Areas of Interest
  • Endocrinology
  • Type 1 diabetes
  • Type 2 diabetes
  • Maturity onset diabetes of the young
  • Growth and puberty disorders

Education & Awards

  • 1977, University of Texas (Dallas, TX), MD
  • 1981, Case Western Reserve University (Cleveland, OH)
  • 1984, Washington University School of Medicine
  • 2003 Best Doctors in America (national survey; top 5%)
  • 2004 Best Doctors in America 
  • 2005 Best Doctors in America 
  • 2006 Best Doctors in America 
  • 2007 Best Doctors in America
  • 2008 Best Doctors in America
  • 2009 Best Doctors in America
  • 2010 Best Doctors in America 
  • 2011 Best Doctors in America
  • 2012 Best Doctors in America
  • 2013 Best Doctors in America

Research & Publications

  • The evaluation and followup of children referred to pediatric endocrinologists for short stature.
  • A Survey of Growth Hormone Practices by 251 Pediatric Endocrinologists. 
  • Changes in Thyroid Hormone Levels During Growth Hormone Therapy in Initially Euthyroid Patients — Lack of Need for Thyroxine Supplementation.
  • Factors associated with brain herniation in the treatment of diabetic ketoacidosis. 
  • Factors affecting a cyanogen bromide-based assay of thiamin.
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