Monday 3:30-4:00 p.m. Case Presentation and Discussion (Weekly at HH450)
Fellows select and present patients being cared for by themselves, their colleagues or faculty members who present challenging diagnostic and/or management dilemmas. These cases are used as a springboard to review the scientific and evidence basis for diagnosis and treatment.
Monday 4:00-5:00 p.m. Endocrine Grand Rounds (Weekly at HH450)
Endocrine Grand Rounds is a formal didactic conference that focuses on presenting experts in their respective clinical or basic research areas in diabetes, metabolism and endocrinology.
Tuesday 8:00-9:00 a.m. Endocrine Multidisciplinary Conference (3rd Tuesday of every month in Nuclear Medicine Conf Room, 2nd Floor Gudelsky Bldg)
At this multidisciplinary conference, endocrine fellows and faculty and attendings from endocrine surgery, radiology, pathology and cytology present and discuss interesting cases and diagnostic dilemmas, review the relevant imaging, procedures and findings of the case and address therapeutic questions.
Wednesday 5:00-6:00 p.m. Pituitary Multidisciplinary Conference (1st Wednesday of every month in Cancer Center conf room)
At this multidisciplinary conference, endocrine fellows and faculty and attendings from neurosurgery surgery, radiology, and pathology present and discuss interesting cases and diagnostic dilemmas, review the relevant imaging, procedures and findings of the case and address therapeutic questions.
Thursday 9:00-9:30 a.m. Division Research Journal Club (Weekly at HH450)
Students, fellows and faculty present analyses of articles in the current diabetes/endocrine research literature. Their presentations include analysis of experimental groups and design, methodology, and statistical analysis.
Thursday 9:30-10:30 a.m. Division Research Conference (Weekly at HH450)
Fellows are exposed to an interactive discussion of research among experts on topics of basic, translational and clinical science of endocrinology and metabolism, including experimental design, methodology, statistical analysis and interpretation of data, and participate in the critique of the presentation.
Thursday 12:15-1:00 p.m. Diabetes and Endocrine Core Conference (Weekly at Midtown)
These conferences are predominantly didactic sessions that are taught by fellows and faculty in which the pathophysiology and treatment for all aspects of endocrine, diabetes and metabolic disorders are discussed.
Friday 12:15-1:00 p.m. Clinical Case Conference (3-4 times per month at Midtown)
Endocrine fellows and faculty present and discuss interesting as well cases with diagnostic and management challenges.
Friday 12:15-1:00 p.m. Diabetes and Endocrine Journal Club (Once a month)
Fellows present analyses of articles in the current diabetes and endocrine literature. Their presentations include analysis of experimental groups and design, methodology, and statistical analysis.