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Endocrine Grand Rounds: Spring 2018




​​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. If you would like to have a live stream of Endocrine Grand Round, please contact Vicki Wright via email: Vicki.Wright@ucdenver.edu.

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​Date ​Speaker ​Institution ​​Presentation Title ​Location
01/03/2018 Break No Conference

 

 

01/10/2018 Endocrine Fellows:  Kalie Tommerdahl, MD and Michele Glodowski, MD University of Colorado School of Medicine: Anschutz Medical Campus Challenging Endocrine Cases.
Understanding Pediatric Hypophosphatasia: Physiology, Clinical Presentation, and Treatment
Henesel Phelps West
​01/17/2018

​William F. Young, MD.

Professor of Medicine, Chair, Division of Endocrinology

​Mayo Clinic, College of Medicine,  Rochester, MN ​Year in Adrenal ​Hensel Phelps West
​01/24/2018 ​Endocrine Fellows: Kelsey DeSalvo, MD and Kelsi Deaver, MD ​University of Colorado School of Medicine: Anschutz Medical Campus ​Challenging Endocrine Cases ​Hensel Phelps West
01/31/2018

Neda Rasouli, MD  Professor of Medicine

 

​University of Colorado School of Medicine: Anschutz Medical Campus The Story of HbA1c, is it still the best marker for optimal glycemic control? ​Hensel Phelps West
​02/07/2018 ​Scott Kanoski, PhD Assistant Professor

​Human and Evolutionary Biology & Neurobiology                        University of Southern California      Los Angeles, California

 

Gut regulation of learning and memory: role for the vagus nerve and the microbiota
​Hensel Phelps West
​02/14/2018 ​Kristin Nadeau, MD. Associate Professor of Medicine ​Children's Hospital of Colorado, University of Colorado Hospital School of Medicine ​Insulin Resistance in Youth with Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes and Comparisons with Adults ​Hensel Phelps West
​02/21/2018 ​Michael McDermott, MD. Professor of Medicine University of Colorado School of Medicine: Anschutz Medical Campus The Pseudoendocrine Patient ​Hensel Phelps West
​02/28/2018 ​Marian Rewers, MD, PhD. Professor of Pediatrics & Medicine Executive Director ​Barbara Davis Center for Diabetes Type 1 Diabetes: From Bench to Public Health ​Hensel Phelps West
03/07/2018 ​Endocrine Fellows: Cassandra Roeca, MD and Ken Tompkins,MD University of Colorado School of Medicine: Anschutz Medical Campus ​Kallmann Syndrome and Deafness & Nonclassic Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia Almost But Not Quite ​Hensel Phelps West
​03/14/2018 ​Endocrine Fellows: Matthew Wahl, MD and Adnin Zaman, MD ​University of Colorado School of Medicine: Anschutz Medical Campus ​Morbidity and Mortality (M&M) ​Hensel Phelps West
​03/21/2018 ​The UC Health Integrated Transgender Program ​Transgender Multidisciplinary Clinic Faculty ​Hot Topics in Transgender Medicine ​Hensel Phelps West
​03/28/2018 ​Break No Conference ​Hensel Phelps West
​04/04/2018

Visiting Speaker:

​Martin Myers, MD, PhD

University of Michigan ​The role of the brain in the control of metabolism​ ​Hensel Phelps West
​04/11/2018 ​Endocrine Fellows: Kelsey Desalvo, MD and Adnin Zaman, MDorrine Welt, MD ​University of Colorado School of Medicine: Anschutz Medical Campus ​Amiodarone Induced Thyrotoxicosis:  A Review & Who Needs Iodine? A Case of Insufficiency During Pregnancy ​Hensel Phelps West
​04/18/2018

Visiting Speaker:

​Eric Orwoll, MD. Professor of Medicine, Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Clinical Nutrition

  

​Oregon Health Sciences University Understanding osteoporosis in men: new developments and directions. ​Hensel Phelps West
​04/25/2018 Amanda La Greca, MD
Clinical Assistant Professor, Section of Endocrinology and Diabetes
​University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Oklahoma City, OK Clinical significance of serum Thyroglobulin values that depart from the initial predicted doubling time curve ​Hensel Phelps West
​05/02/2018 ​Robert Eckel, MD. Professor of Medicine ​University of Colorado School of Medicine: Anschutz Medical Campus ​Lipids, Lipoproteins, CVD and Beyond: Do We Need to Know Anything More ​​Hensel Phelps West
​05/09/2018 ​Endocrine Fellows: Elisa Rogowitz, MD and Adnin Zaman, MD ​University of Colorado School of Medicine: Anschutz Medical Campus ​"Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome and (In)fertility Concerns" & "Thyrotoxic Periodic Paralysis" ​​Hensel Phelps West
​05/16/2018 ​Jane Reusch, MD. Professor of Medicine ​University of Colorado School of Medicine: Anschutz Medical Campus ​Breakthroughs and Barriers:  Diabetes 2018 ​​Hensel Phelps West
​05/23/2018 ​Margaret Wierman, MD. Professor of Medicine ​University of Colorado School of Medicine: Anschutz Medical Campus ​Menopausal Hormone Therapy and Alternatives in 2018 ​​Hensel Phelps West
​05/30/2018 ​Mary Samuels, MD. Professor of Medicine, Endocrinology, Diabetes and Clinical Nutrition, Program Director, Clinical and Translational Research Center and Oregon Clinical and Translational Research Institute ​​Oregon Health and Science University Neurocognitive and metabolic effects of altered thyroid function ​​Hensel Phelps West
​06/06/2018 ​Endocrine Fellows: Kelsey DeSalvo, MD and Elisa Rogowitz, MD ​University of Colorado School of Medicine: Anschutz Medical Campus ​Morbidity and Mortality (M&M) ​​Hensel Phelps West
​06/13/2018 ​Senior fellows QI projects: Matt Wahl, MD, Michele Glodowski, MD and Ken Tompkins, MD. 2nd Year Fellows ​University of Colorado School of Medicine: Anschutz Medical Campus ​​Hensel Phelps West
 
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