Ryan Alan Stewart, MD $$

Pediatric Endocrinologist

Assistant Professor at UT Southwestern Medical Center

Languages Spoken:
English,

Locations

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UT Southwestern Pediatric Group

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Biography

Ryan Stewart, M.D., Pediatric Endocrinologist at Children’s Health℠ and Assistant Professor at UT Southwestern, leads our thyroid cancer program and treats other conditions that affect the thyroid. 

His philosophy is to use a team approach to treat thyroid cancer. That's why he regularly meets with other experts including oncologists, radiologists and surgeons to create individualized treatment plans that give kids the best chance of a healthy outcome. 

Dr. Stewart earned his medical degree from UT Southwestern and completed his pediatric residency and his pediatric endocrine fellowship at Children’s Health/UT Southwestern.

Dr. Stewart is a member of the American Thyroid Association and the Pediatric Endocrine Society.

In his spare time, he enjoys volunteering with his church, coaching his daughters in their sports activities, and keeping up with technology.

 

Education and Training

Medical School
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center (2004)
Internship
Children's Medical Center Dallas (2005), Pediatrics
Residency
Children's Medical Center Dallas (2007), Pediatrics
Fellowship
UT Southwestern Medical Center (HR) (2010), Pediatric Endocrinology
Board Certification
American Board of Pediatrics/Endocrinology
  • Research Interests

    • Metabolism in Drosophila as it pertains to lipodystrophy and how it pertains to human disease
  • Professional Activities

    • American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)
    • American Medical Association
    • Dallas County Medical Society
    • Endocrine Society
    • Texas Medical Association
  • Awards and Honors

    • Magna Cum Laude, Texas A&M University (1991)

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