Endocrinology Grand Rounds

Wednesdays, 8:00 AM – 8:50 AM, 512 Light Hall

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Date Speaker Institution Topic Host Peds
/ Adults
09.07.2016 Henry Anhalt T1D Exchange T1D Exchange Clinic Registry - State of The Union Powers A
09.14.2016 Jim May Vanderbilt Hypoglycemia After Gastric Bypass Surgery May, J A
09.21.2016 Matt Luther Vanderbilt Aldosterone and Glucose Metabolism Devin A

09.28.2016

Jennifer Kelley Vanderbilt Assessment and Prevention of Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease Risk in Children and Adolescents with T1DM Kelley P
10.05.2016 Bruce Buckingham Stanford The Artificial Pancreas in Pediatric Diabetes Russell P
10.12.2016 Chris Bowman Vanderbilt MRI Imaging in Recent-Onset Type 1 Diabetes Bowman A
10.19.2016 Brandon Perry Vanderbilt Case Conf. / M&MI* Perry A
10.26.2016 Evan Los ETSU Diabetes alert dogs: Can a dog really smell hypoglycemia? Gregory P
11.02.2016 Asma Aljaberi Vanderbilt Ramadan and Diabetes: Introduction to the IDF-DAR practical guidelines Dahir A
11.09.2016 Luigi Meneghini UT Southwestern Exercise and Type 1 Diabetes Powers A
11.16.2016 Jamie Felton Vanderbilt Type 1 Diabetes Pathogenesis Felton P
11.23.2016 No Rounds        
11.30.2016 Howard Baum Vanderbilt

It’s My Thyroid!
Myths and Facts of Thyroid Replacement

Baum A
12.07.2016 James Hill University of Colorado SOM What Will It Take to Reduce Obesity Powers A
12.14.2016 No Rounds        
12.21.2016 No Rounds        
12.28.2016 No Rounds        
01.04.2017 No Rounds        
01.11.2017 Brandon Perry Vanderbilt Compliance Conference* Perry A
01.18.2017 Amanda Valazquez Boston SOM Understanding the Protein Sparing Modified Fast Cleek A
01.25.2017 Sarah Jaser Vanderbilt

Does Sleep Matter? Associations between Sleep, Glycemic Control, and Adherence in Youth with T1D

Jaser P
02.01.2017 
7:30-8:50A 
Ashok Shaha MSKCC Memorial Approach to Thyroid Cancer and ATA guidelines Bischoff A
02.08.2017 Selorm Dei-Tutu Vanderbilt Correlating Maternal Iodine with Neonatal Thyroid Function in Ghana Dei-Tutu P
02.15.2017 Jill Simmons Vanderbilt Improvements in Skeletal Mineralization, Growth, and Motor Function after Treatment with Enzyme Replacement Therapy Simmons P
02.22.2017 Elizabeth Lawson Harvard Oxytocin in Human States of Under- and Overnutrition Utz A
03.01.2017 Rachel Coleman Vanderbilt Pharmacologic Management of Obesity: Options and Application in Clinical Practice Coleman A
03.08.2017 Jared O'Leary Vanderbilt Sugar: A Public Health Crisis? Niswender A
03.15.2017 John Stafford Vanderbilt Sex-Differences in Obesity-Associated Cardiovascular Disease Stafford A
03.22.2017 Amy Potter Vanderbilt The Next Genderation: Child and Adolescent Transgender Medicine Potter P
03.29.2017 Craig Sussman Vanderbilt Management of Pheochromocytoma in Pregnancy - Use of androgen synthesis inhibitors in the Management of Castration resistant prostate cancer Sussman A
04.05.2017 Jack Martin University of Melbourne Antiresorptives, Anabolics, and Using Them Together for Osteoporosis Powers A
04.12.2017 Ashley Shoemaker Vanderbilt Teaching Old Drugs New Tricks Shoemaker P
04.19.2017 Margaret Burks Vanderbilt Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia: All Grown Up Burks A
04.26.2017 Siri Greeley University of Chicago

Congenital Forms of Monogenic Diabetes: What Can They Teach us About Beta Cells and the Brain?

Epstein A
05.03.2017 
206 PRB
Potter / Cobry Vanderbilt Case Conf. / M&MI* Potter P
05.10.2017 Shichun Bao Vanderbilt Diabetes Technology: Where We Are Bao A
05.17.2017 Dan Moore Vanderbilt Immunotherapy for Type 1 Diabetes Moore P
05.24.2017 John Cleek Vanderbilt What’s UP Doc?  Updates in Obesity Medicine Cleek A
05.31.2017 Katherine Bachmann Vanderbilt Biomarkers of Cardiovascular Disease: Current and Potential Roles in Individuals with Diabetes Bachmann A

Division Grand Rounds are held Wednesdays, 8:00 AM – 8:50 AM
512 Light Hall, September 7, 2016 - May 31, 2017.

1. We will start promptly at 8:00 AM

2. We must begin to vacate the room by 8:50 AM
    in order for the group using the room after us to start at 8:55 AM.

Please do not ask the speaker questions after 8:40 AM.

3. We have several visiting speakers lined up  –
    a diverse range of topics will be discussed.

We look forward to seeing you each Wednesday at 8:00 AM.

Alvin C. Powers, M.D.
Director, Division of Diabetes, Endocrinology, and Metabolism
Joe C. Davis Chair of Biomedical Sciences
Director, Vanderbilt Diabetes Center
Professor of Medicine
Professor of  Molecular Physiology and Biophysics

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Division Grand Rounds Targeted Audience:
This CME event is designed for health professionals interested in Diabetes, Endocrinology, and Metabolism.
Division Grand Rounds Learning Objectives:
By attending this grand rounds lecture, participants will have the opportunity of learning the latest advances in Diabetes, Endocrinology, and Metabolism.
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VANDERBILT CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION PROGRAM

Vanderbilt School of Medicine designates this live activity for a maximum of one (1) AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Faculty disclosure statements are on file in the CME office.

Our attendance system allows you to text your attendance, update your transcript in real time, and manage your external credits online:

        Have both your cell phone or computer (internet access) at hand.
        Visit https://cme.mc.vanderbilt.edu.
        Log in using your VUnetID and password.
        Enter all required fields on the Profile page.
        Confirm your cell phone number.
        Save your updated Profile.
        Save the phone number 855-776-6263 in your contacts (CME Attendance).
        Enter Designee email address if you would like your assistant to have access to your credits.


*Adult Endocrine and Pediatric Endocrine Faculty and Fellows Only