About Dr. Mullarkey

DrMullarkeyDr. Mullarkey received her B.S from Stony Brook State University of New York, graduating with High Honors.  She received her medical degree from Tufts University School of Medicine in Boston in 1984, graduating as a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society. She completed her internal medicine internship and residency at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center in 1987 and her fellowship in Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism at Albert Einstein University Medical Center in NYC in 1990, working with internationally known Diabetes researchers.

She has practiced clinical endocrinology in New Jersey for 24 years, has participated in clinical research, and has been actively involved in teaching as an Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine at Rutgers School of Medicine since 2001.  She also helped develop and served as the medical director of the Diabetes Center at Somerset Medical Center in Somerville, New Jersey for over a decade.

Dr. Mullarkey has been a frequent invited speaker locally and nationally for the medical professional community and patient population throughout her career, and has published several scholarly articles and co-authored a chapter in a major Diabetes textbook.  She has received numerous awards and honors including the National Quality Assurance Award from the American Diabetes Association, and the NJ Monthly Magazine Top Doctor Award in Endocrinology for five years. She completed her American Association of Clinical Endocrinology training for Thyroid Ultrasound and Ultrasound Guided FNA biopsy and is pursuing the Endocrine Certified Neck Ultrasound Recognition Award from the American Institute of Ultrasound.

Dr. Mullarkey is a fellow of the American College of Endocrinology and American College of Physicians, and a member of the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists, the American Diabetes Association and the Endocrine Society.  She has extensive clinical experience in all areas of endocrinology, including  diabetes, thyroid disease, osteoporosis, calcium metabolic disorders, polycystic ovarian disease, adrenal and pituitary disease.