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The Division of Endocrinology and Metabolism is committed to providing excellent clinical care, education of learners at all levels, and the advancement of knowledge through pursuit of biomedical research. Clinical care is provided in the University Iowa Hospitals and Clinics inpatient units and the Medicine Specialty Clinic. All division faculty members are board certified in endocrinology and are regionally and nationally recognized for their expertise. The faculty, in collaboration with nurse practitioners and specialized nursing staff such as certified diabetes educators, endocrine nurses, dietitians and social workers, are focused on the delivery of excellent clinical care.
Congrats to Dr. Shibli Rahhal in receiving the 2016 Carver College of Medicine Teacher of the Year Award
We welcome you to join us at the May 6th "Advances in Diabetes and Obesity Management 2016" Symposium!
Primary care providers are in best position to educate, to motivate, and manage the health of patients with diabetes. We intend to improve knowledge and competence by discussing issues such as medications, nutrition, and physical activity related to obesity and diabetes. Upon completion of this conference the learner should be able to:
For additional details, please peruse our comprehensive program.
To register, visit:http://www.medicine.uiowa.edu/cme/webTracker.aspx.
Short Coat PodcastDr. Abel interviewed by Short Coat Podcast series: The Twin Epidemics: Our Changing Understanding of Diabetes and Obesity.
SPORE Grant InvestigatorsSpecial congratulations to Tom O’Doriso and Joe Dillon. Dr. O’Doriso and Dr. Dillon were key investigators involved in the recently funded Specialized Programs of Research Excellence (SPORE) grant to study neuroendocrine tumors.
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E. Dale Abel, MD, PhDProfessor and DirectorDivision of Endocrinology and MetabolismDirector, Fraternal Order of Eagles Diabetes Research Center
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