Catherine Ellis, MD, FACEInternal Medicine | Endocrinology | Diabetes & Metabolism
“Physician-patient relationships thrive when physicians help provide their patient’s with the education, support, and resources they need to fully engage and participate in achieving personal health care goals.”
- Diabetes & Metabolism
- Internal Medicine
Pennsylvania State University
Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism
Internship and Residency
Lenox Hill Hospital
New York City, NY
2004 and 2006
Kasturba Medical College
Doctor of Medicine
University of Maryland
Bachelor of Science in Chemistry
College Park, MD
Hospital Affiliated With
Virginia Hospital Center
American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists (AACE)
American College of Endocrinology (ACE)
2008 – Present
American Thyroid Association (ATA)
Endocrine Society (ENDO)
“What do we know about serotonin?” Journal of Cellular Physiology (2008): Jonnakuty, C., Gragnoli, C.
“Pulmonary atypical carcinoid tumor with metastasis to the pituitary gland causing functional hypopituitarism” Endocrine Practice (2007): Jonnakuty, C. G., Mezitis, S. G. Web.
“Karyotype of the human insulinoma CM cell line–beta cell model in vitro?” Journal of Cellular Physiology (2007): Jonnakuty, C., Gragnoli, C.
“Mutant Dynactin in Motor Neuron Disease” Nature Genetics (2003): Web.
Mercy Medical Center
Medical Director, Diabetes Center
2009 – 2011
Dr. Ellis enjoys spending time with her family. She and her husband enjoy sharing their love of animals and the outdoors with their two young boys. Her labrador retriever is a part of the family and is always ready for a hike or swim. Dr. Ellis loves to travel and hopes to share her Kenyan safari experience with her boys when they are a little older. She also enjoys bird watching and reading.
Dr. Ellis graduated from Kasturba Medical College, India, in 2001. After Medical School, she worked as a post-doctoral research fellow in the Neurogenetics Branch of the National Institutes of Health and Human Resources. During her fellowship, she helped identify a disease-causing mutation in motor neuron disease. The results of this study were published in the Journal of Nature Genetics. She then went on to complete her internal medicine residency at Lenox Hill Hospital in Manhattan and her Endocrinology fellowship at Penn State University. She returned to her home in Maryland to work as an attending physician at Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore. For part of her tenure here, she also served as Director of the Diabetes Center. She then got married and relocated to Manhattan where she joined a private practice in Englewood, NJ. She recently relocated again to the Northern Virginia area and joined The Endocrinology Group. Over the years, she has had several publications to her credit.