Welcome to the Division of Endocrinology, Metabolism and Clinical Nutrition
Robert Blank, MD, PhD
The Division of Endocrinology, Metabolism and Clinical Nutrition aims to provide excellence in clinical care for all aspects of health and disease related to endocrine management (from thyroid, adrenal, parathyroid, diabetes, pituitary, bone, obesity and lipid disorders), to teach and train medical students, residents, fellows and physicians on all aspects of endocrine disease management, and to pursue cutting-edge research. Read more ...
Dr. Hershel Raff wins T. Michael Bolger Standing Ovation Award
Congratulations to Dr. Hershel Raff, Professor of Medicine (Endocrinology, Metabolism and Clinical Nutrition), for being one of this year’s winners of The T. Michael Bolger Standing Ovation Award. The winners were selected by the Student Assembly and Dr. Raff was selected because “he is considered to be a great medical education teacher.” Dr. Niloofar Tabatabai, Associate Professor of Medicine and Physiology (Endocrinology, Metabolism and Clinical Nutrition), was also nominated for this award. She received a Certification of Recognition in honor of her services to MCW students.
Best Doctors® 2014
Seven Division of Endocrinology, Metabolism and Clinical Nutrition physicians are listed among The Best Doctors in America® for 2014:
Ty Carroll, MD
Gilbert Fareau, MD
James Findling, MD, FACP
Albert Jochen, MD
Beth Lalande, MD
Steven Magill, MD, PhD
Irene O'Shaughnessy, MD, FACP
The Froedtert & Medical College Division of Endocrinology, Metabolism and Clinical Nutrition provides state-of-the-science diagnostic and therapeutic treatment options for a wide variety of endocrine disorders.
Inpatient Consultant Care
Diabetes Care Center
Diabetes in Pregnancy Clinic
Metabolic Syndrome/Obesity Clinic
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A comprehensive fellowship training program in Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism is based in our division. Read more...
The Division of Endocrinology has always maintained a high level of research and scholarly activity. All of our current full-time faculty have been or are currently involved in our clinical or basic-science research programs. All the clinical Faculty are actively involved in training, with an active ACGME-accredited Endocrinology Fellowship program that has been in existence since 1962. Read more ...
Events and Conferences
See calendar for grand rounds and case conferences.
Annual Diabetes Symposium
This is a two-day program with the specific purpose of increasing education and knowledge of all aspects of endocrine clinical practice and research. This symposium consists of medical lectures given by healthcare professionals on topics related to diabetes updates. This course is designed for primary care physicians, adult endocrinologists, pediatric endocrinologists, nurses, nurse practitioners, dieticians, physician assistants, fellows, residents, and medical students. Read more...
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Medical College of Wisconsin researchers are studying intestinal bacteria as a promising new approach for the prevention of heart attacks and a range of other conditions, including pediatric liver disease and antibiotic-resistant, hospital-acquired infections.
Nov. 12 - Lake Country Now reports an individual’s distribution of fat and corresponding levels of adiponectin (ADPN), a protein hormone associated with regulating metabolic processes, have been found to affect diabetes and metabolic syndrome risk. A team of metabolic researchers at MCW investigated ADPN levels in both obese and non-obese participants with upper body and lower body fat concentrations. The research findings are published in The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism. Lake Country Now
Aug. 24 - Dr. Srividya Kidambi (Medicine – Endocrinology, Metabolism and Clinical Nutrition) and Mingyu Liang, PhD, (Physiology) are the lead investigators for an American Heart Association-funded clinical study on how changes in dietary salt impact individuals with hypertension. Volunteers are being recruited for the study. Wauwatosa Now