Endocrinology, Metabolism and Clinical Nutrition

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2007 Endocrine Research Grand Rounds
Thursday, 4:00-5:00 PM
Specialty Clinics, Room 5080

January
4th

Chi-Liang Eric Yen, PhD
University of California

Resistance to Diet-Induced Obesity and Metabolic Syndrome Features in Mice Lacking MGAT2

February
1st

Richard Ostlund, MD
WA University School of Medicine
St. Louis, MO

Cholesterol Absorption and Lipid Metabolism

March
1st

Sanjay Kansra, PhD
Medical College of Wisconsin
-Endocrine
Milwaukee, WI

Regulation of Lactotroph Function by Estrogen Receptors

April
5th

Victor Drover, PhD
Medical College of Wisconsin-Endocrine

Milwaukee, WI

CD36: A Bonafide Facilitator of Fatty Acid Absorption in the Intestine

May
3rd

No Conference


 

June
7th

Ahmed Kissebah, PhD
Medical College of Wisconsin-Endocrine
Milwaukee, WI

Genetic Networks Affecting the Metabolic Syndrome

July
5th

No Conference

 

August
2nd

David Gutterman, MD
Medical College of Wisconsin-Cardiology
Milwaukee, WI

Flow-Induced Vasodilation in the Human Coronary Microcirculation: Mechanisms to Clinical Speculations

September 6th

Richard Roman, PhD
Medical College of Wisconsin-Physiology

Milwaukee, WI

CYP Eicosanoids in the Control of Renal Function and Vascular Tone: Role in Hypertension, Stroke & Angiogenesis

September 27th

Andrew Hoffman, MD
VA-Palo Alto, CA

Epigenetics and Endocrinology

October
4th

Anne Hoch, DO
Medical College of Wisconsin-Orthopaedic Surgery

Milwaukee, WI

The Female Athlete Triad and Endothelial Dysfunction

November 1st

Ernie Mazzaferri, MD
University of Florida

American Thyroid Association Guidelines for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Differentiated Thyroid Carcinoma

December 6th

Laura Roberts, MD
Medical College of Wisconsin-Pediatrics Pulmonary 

Milwaukee, WI

Ethical Considerations in Clinical Research

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