Endocrinology, Metabolism and Clinical Nutrition

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     2008 Endocrine Research Grand Rounds
Thursday, 4:00-5:00 pm
Specialty Clinics, Room 5080

January
3rd

Robert Chilton, PhD
San Antonio, TX
 

Beyond Glucose Control: Organ Lipotoxicity
& the Heart

February
7th

Jack Kleinman, MD
Medical College of Wisconsin
VA Medical Center
Milwaukee, WI

Mechanisms of Kidney Stone Formation

March
6th

Kimberly Stepien, MD
Medical College of Wisconsin-Ophthalmology

Milwaukee, WI

Diabetic Retinopathy 101

April
3rd

Grant Kelley, MD
SUNY Upstate Syracuse, NY

Regulated Insulin Secretion from the
Islet Beta Cell

May
1st

Marc Drezner, MD
UW-Madison, WI

Is Vitamin D Insufficiency a Syndrome/
Disorder/Disease?

June 5th
8:00-9:00 AM

Paul Ladenson, MD
John Hopkins University
Baltimore, MD

Impact of Molecular Medicine on
Thyroid Cancer Care

June 5th
4:00-5:00
PM

Dipak Sarkar, PhD
Rutgers, the State University of
New Jersey

The Potential Use of Beta-Endorphin Cell Therapy in Controlling Stress and Prostate Cancer Progression

July
3rd

 No Conference

 

August
7th

Ramin Alemzadeh, MD
Medical College of Wisconsin-Pediatric Diabetes Program
Milwaukee, WI

 CANCELLED

September 4th

Bill Campbell, PhD
Medical College of Wisconsin-Pharmacology/Toxicology
Milwaukee, WI
 

CANCELLED

October 16th

*Special Session

Steven Sherman, MD
UTMD Anderson Cancer Center
Houston, TX

Developing Novel Therapies for
Advanced Thyroid Carcinoma

 

November
6th

Robert Deschenes, PhD
Medical College of Wisconsin-Biochemistry

Milwaukee, WI

Protein Palmitoylation and the
Intracellular Trafficking of Proteins

December
4th

Jessica Kichler, PhD
Medical College of Wisconsin-Pediatrics
Milwaukee, WI

The Role of Depression in Adolescents
with Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes

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