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Endocrinology and Diabetes - ENDC 541

Prerequisites:

Internal Medicine Clerkship

Location:

University of Maryland

Description and Goals:

This course is designed to provide students with broad clinical exposure to diabetes and all major endocrinopathies involving both inpatient and outpatient consultations. Students will participate in the day-to-day management of patients with diabetes and endocrine disorders under the supervision of faculty and endocrine post-doctoral fellows. The pathophysiological basis for the diagnosis and management of diabetes and endocrine disorders will be given special emphasis. Participation in daily rounds and weekly endocrine grand rounds, conferences and seminars will assist in offering the student broad clinical exposure. Students will also be encouraged to explore these clinical problems in depth through guided reading and library research projects. A series of selected topics will be treated didactically during the 4-week rotation to provide current knowledge of the major areas of current endocrinology. The student will also be exposed to a broad range of endocrinology basic and clinical research being performed in the Division.

Number of Students:

1

Time of Year Available:

Academic weeks 1-48

Hours:

8:30 AM - 5 PM

Monday through Friday - Yes
Evenings - No
Weekends - No
Call - No

Faculty Responsible:

Kristi Silver, M.D.
(410) 706-1628

Administrative Contact:

Delores Anderson
(410) 706-4749
danderso@medicine.umaryland.edu  

 

Last Revision: January 6, 2014