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Endocrine Grand Rounds: Fall 2015

​​This talk series is a highlight of the educational mission of our division. It is scheduled from September through June of every academic year and is held from 8–9 am on Wednesday mornings on the Anschutz Medical Campus in the Hensel Phelps West Auditorium of Research Complex-1 North, Room P18-1006. Current concepts and controversies in all areas of clinical and translational Endocrinology are presented, often in the context of a case presentation. 
These talks are given by our division faculty and fellows, in addition to faculty from other divisions both within and outside the Department of Medicine as well as visiting Professors from other institutions. The Fundamentals and What’s New Series has been incorporated into Endocrinology Grand Rounds starting in 2009. 
Each major subspecialty area of Endocrinology is covered across a 2-year cycle in a series of talks that includes basic concepts, pathophysiology, and highlights of recent advances in translational research and clinical care of the particular endocrine system being presented.

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​Date ​Speaker ​Institution ​​Presentation Title ​Location
​09/02/2015 Bryan R. Haugen, MD
​University of
Colorado School of Medicine​
​Thyroid Update
​​Hensel Phelps West

​09/09/2015 ​Robert Eckel, MD​
University of Colorado School of Medicine ​The PCSK9 Era is Upon Us: Does LDL-C Remain a Surrogate for ASCVD? ​​​​Hensel Phelps West
​09/16/2015 ​Kelsey Burr, MD and Jean Chen, MD
University of Colorado School of Medicine Challenging Endocrine Cases: ​​​​Hensel Phelps West
​09/23/2015 ​Michael Whyte, MD
​Washington University School of Medicine ​Alkaline Phosphatase: We Have Been Assaying It for 92 Years, but What Does it Do? (Physiological Role Revealed in Hypophosphatasia) ​​​​Hensel Phelps West
09/30/2015 ​Cecilia C. Low Wang, MD, FACP ​University of Colorado School of Medicine ​Diabetic ketoacidosis: Innovative strategies for a challenging situation ​​​​Hensel Phelps West
​10/07/2015 ​R. Kevin Rogers, MD ​University of Colorado School of Medicine ​Critical Limb Ischemia in Diabetes ​​​​Hensel Phelps West
​10/14/2015 ​Michael Freemark, MD
​Duke University School of Medicine ​Placental Hormones, Maternal Metabolism and Fetal Growth Hensel Phelps West
​10/21/2015 ​William Hiatt, MD, FACP, FAHA
​University of Colorado School of Medicine ​The FDA prespective on evaluating the efficacy and safety of lipid and diabetes drugs ​Hensel Phelps West
​10/28/2015 Michael McDermott, MD
​University of Colorado School of Medicine ​Hyperthyroidism: Update 2015 ​​​​Hensel Phelps West
​11/04/2015 ​Jean Chen, MD and Sean Iwamoto, MD ​University of Colorado School of Medicine ​Challenging Endocrine Cases ​​​​Hensel Phelps West
​11/11/2015 Kelsi Lacock, MD and Richard Millstein, DO
​University of Colorado School of Medicine ​Challenging Endocrine Cases: 1. Oligomenorrhea & Hirsutism - is it always PCOS? 2. To DDAVP or to not DDAVP? ​​​​Hensel Phelps West
​11/18/2015 James E. Ehrlich, MD

NAFLD: An emerging cardiometabolic epidemic ​​​​Hensel Phelps West
​11/25/2015 ​No Seminar
​12/02/2015 ​Joshua Klopper, MD
Kaiser Permanente
​Monitoring of Thyroid Nodules and Thyroid Cancer:  When to Slow Down and When to Speed Up
​​​​Hensel Phelps West
​12/09/2015 ​​Edward Melanson, PhD ​University of Colorado School of Medicine
​TBD ​​​​Hensel Phelps West
​​12/16/2015 ​​Yunjiao Wang, MD, and Thomas Jensen, MD
​​University of Colorado School of Medicine ​Challenging Endocrine Cases ​​​​Hensel Phelps West
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