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Elyse D. Pine-Twaddell M.D.

Academic Title: Clinical Assistant Professor
Primary Appointment: Pediatrics
Location: UMMC - 22 S. Greene Street Baltimore, MD 21201 / Hanover Office - 7556 Teague Road, Suite 420, Hanover MD / Bel Air Office - 500 Upper Chesapeake Drive, Bel Air, MD 21204
Phone: UMMC: 410-328-0396; 410-328-3410
Phone: Hanover: 443-755-0681 / Bel Air: 410-879-7730

Personal History:

  • Medical School at Washington University in St. Louis
  • Pediatrics Residency at The Mount Sinai Hospital in New York, NY
  • Pediatric Endocrinology Fellowship at Johns Hopkins Hospital
  • Faculty Appointment at UMD since 2011

Research Interests:

  • Genetic causes of hypopituitarism

Clinical Speciality:

  • Multiple Pituitary Hormone Deficiency
  • Puberty
  • Gender variance


Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

Trachtman H, Futterweit S, Pine E, Mann J, Valderamma E. "Chronic Diabetic Nephropathy: Role of Inducible Nitric Oxide Synthase" Pediatric Nephrology (2002) 17:20-29

Pine E, Luby J, Abbachhi A, Constantino J. "Quantitative Assessment of Autistic Symptomatology in Preschoolers" Autism (2006) 10:344-352

Romero CJ, Pine-Twaddell E, Radovick S. "Novel mutations associated with combined pituitary hormone deficiency" Journal of Molecular Endocrinology (2011) 46(3):R93-R102

Book Chapters

Romero CJ, Pine-Twaddell E, Radovick S. "Molecular genetics of congenital GHD" In K. Ho (Ed.), Growth hormone related diseases and therapy: a molecular and physiological perspective for the Clinician.

Poster Presentations

June 2011 at ENDO 2011: Pine-Twaddell E, Romero C, Radovick S. "Vertical Transmission of Hypopituitarism: Implications for Treatment During Pregnancy"

June 2011 at ENDO 2011: Pine-Twaddell E, Miller R, Romero C, Avtanski D, Radovick S. "Effect of CBP Phosphorylation on Growth Hormone Signaling in the Somatotroph"