Bone and Mineral Division faculty Mahshid Mohseni, MD, ranked in the top 10% of patient satisfaction scores for the last 6 months of 2018. Electronic surveys are sent to patients after office visits to rate their experience, and Mohseni was among those Washington University Physicians with more than 10 survey responses and scores high enough to place her within the top 10% of all providers. Achieving high patient satisfaction is paramount to providing the outstanding medical care that our center offers to patients with osteoporosis and metabolic bone disorders. Furthermore, Mohseni has been accepted in the WU Clinical Research Training Center Mentored Training Program in Clinical Investigation (MTPCI), which provides multidisciplinary clinical and translational research training to promote the career development of junior faculty and postdoctoral fellows by helping them become clinical and translational researchers. Mohseni will study how metabolic imbalance in diabetes affects bone strengths in different patient populations. This is an understudied but highly relevant area of investigation as diabetes increases fracture risk independently of bone mass. Congratulations to Dr. Mohseni for her scholarly and professional achievements.