Brian J. Fertig Endocrinologist and founder of the Diabetes Center

Brian J. Fertig Endocrinologist and founder of the Diabetes Center

Jan 10, 2022, 10:07:34 AM News

A highly skilled endocrinologist who has more than thirty years of experience in clinical practice Dr. Brian Fertig is the Founder and Director of the Diabetes & Osteoporosis Center in Piscataway, New Jersey.

Additionally, Dr. Brian Fertig is an Associate Professor at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School at Rutgers University and is Chairman of the Department of Diabetes & Endocrinology at Hackensack Meridian Health at JFK University Medical Center.

Medically licensed in New Jersey He is associated with several local hospitals which include Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital (RWJUH) New Brunswick, RWJUH Rahway, RWJUH Somerset along with Hackensack Meridian Health at JFK University Medical Center.


Dr. Brian Fertig graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree from Muhlenberg College in Pennsylvania, and also earned his medical degree through St. George's University School of Medicine. Then, he completed his residency and internship in Seton Hall's Saint Elizabeth Hospital (now Trinitas Regional Medical Center), prior to becoming the fourth-year postgraduate administration in addition to teaching Chief Resident of Englewood Hospital and Medical Center affiliated to the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai - where Dr. Fertig also served as an instructor in Clinical Medicine. He was a fellow on Endocrinology Diabetes as well as Metabolism in the Tulane University School of Medicine as well as Tulane University School of Medicine and the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine.

An Associate of the American College of Endocrinology (FACE)

 Dr. Fertig is board-certified in endocrinology by the American Board of Internal Medicine A physician-led, non-profit, independent organization for evaluation that is led by doctors who want to set higher standards for better health care in a constantly changing world.

AUTHOR OF Metabolism and Medicine two volumes

 One of his achievements is that among his accomplishments, Dr. Fertig has authored Metabolism and Medicine two volumes that cover both the fundamental and the applied elements of metabolic. Volume 1 examines the areas of modern physics that have important implications for medicine and biology while Volume 2 focuses on the metabolic basis of and development of chronic illnesses of aging, through the complex interplay of multiple variables. The volume can be seen as an introduction to the science-based foundation. It is intended to guide medical students, students, and other healthcare specialists (applied scientists) and the wider family of fundamental computer scientists and interdisciplinary researchers and serves as a reference to help you pursue three fundamental motivations which are autonomy, mastery, and mission.

15 awards from the world's top scientists in metabolism

He has won more than 15 awards from the world's top scientists in metabolism research, such as:

·     Stan Schwartz, MD, Emeritus Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania and mentor for Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism Fellowship faculty members during Dr. Fertig's Fellowship with the University of Pennsylvania: "This is a true masterpiece It is a masterpiece! A unique perspective that will inspire all physicians to think differently when they treat their patients. I'm sure you've worked all day long in this area and I want to tell you that You've succeeded!"

·     Michael Houghton, Ph.D., 2020 Nobel Laureate and Physiology Professor of Medicine, University of Alberta: "A comprehensive and original book that links metabolism to diseases and prevention strategies to the near future. An essential read for specialists as well as students."

·     Jeffrey I. Mechanick, MD, Professor of Medicine and former president of both the American College of Endocrinology and the American College of Clinical Endocrinologists and director of the metabolic Support inside the Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Bone Disease at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai: "Metabolism and Medicine by Dr. Brian Fertig is an incredible journey that leaves the reader with enough determination to know more. I highly would recommend it. Fertig's work to anyone who is seeking answers to questions about metabolism and medicine to find satisfaction."

·     Bart Staels, Ph.D. Prof. of Pharmacology ('classe exceptional') at Institut Pasteur de Lille, France: "This book that spans disciplines wonderfully tells the story of the dynamic nature of human life both in disease and health. In an extraordinary feat of science, Brian Fertig connects fundamental biochemical processes to the complexities of metabolism. A fascinating book recommended to anyone to enjoy!"

In addition, the Dr. Fertig has co-authored and conducted numerous online articles along with Deepak Chopra MD as well as Jack A. Tuszynski, Ph.D., D.Sc., for instance, "Is Metabolism the Key To Disease And Aging?", "What If Aging Is a Mistake?", "Why Isn't Your Body Perfect?" And "The Remarkable Importance Of The Goldilocks Zone."


  • "You will probably have read and/or heard that the waiting time to see him is outrageous. While I am not here to dispute that I always have to wait, my wait is always worth it. I will also say that I feel some folks are exaggerating. Actually, I would be a bit skeptical if I entered a doctor's office and there was never anyone waiting, wouldn't you?"
  • "Caring is a word that should be able to be applied to all doctors. After all, they are caregivers. But when you look up the word in the dictionary, you should see a picture of Dr. Brian J. Fertig, MD there. I see an army of practitioners for multiple reasons and he tops my list."
  • "I love Dr. Fertig. He is one of the best and I always feel like my thyroid is in good hands! The facility is clean, his staff is friendly, and overall I have had a great experience. I am eternally grateful to have him as one of my physicians."
  • "This is a truly incredible doctor. He is thorough, compassionate, preserving, and honest. He is ever so friendly and collaborative. He is someone you will look forward to seeing! So grateful he takes on complicated patients with a positive attitude."
  • "The bedside manner of Dr. Fertig matches his clinical expertise and I felt safe and in the best of hands. If you are struggling with thyroid or mast cell activation issues, I recommend Dr. Fertig without hesitation. He is what medicine needs today."
  • "I wish I would have made this change years ago. I am very happy with my care and they're very knowledgeable. The doctor is very caring and attentive and I don't mind the wait. It wasn't long at all."
  • "They helped me set up some very realistic and specific goals. I am very hopeful that this plan of action is going to be a success."
  • "The doctor gave me hope that I could take control of my diabetes He personally has taken time to sit with me and work out a plan together. He's always very thoughtful and walked me through the process while really listening to my concerns. Within a month of seeing him on my A1C was down to a normal level."
  • "I am new to this practice but am extremely happy to be here. I am particularly fond of how quickly I get in to see the doctor and I don't have to wait anywhere near the length of time I used to."

"Dr. Fertig Has been extremely helpful in keeping me on track. I could not ask for any more than that and his staff is very friendly and helpful. If you are having trouble with your diabetes I would highly recommend coming here. It's too dangerous to ignore or have a doctor who doesn't really know the best thing for you."

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