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Lab Notes Q&A: Laura Alonso, MD

Alonso head shot Endocrine News talks with Laura Alonso, MD, from Weill Cornell Medicine and NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center where she discusses research funding and how she hopes her research improves the lives of patients with diabetes. Laura Alonso, MD, is a physician-scientist working on a cutting-edge approach to replenish the body’s insulin-producing beta cells to treat diabetes....
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It’s Easy Being Green in the Lab

endogear_touchpad Laboratories are one of the next major frontiers in sustainability. Laboratories consume as much as five times more energy per square foot than typical offices, and the opportunity for energy reduction is enormous. While the combination of energy-intensive equipment, round-the-clock operations, and unique ventilation requirements do pose a challenge when looking at reducing a lab’s...
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2019 Early Investigators Award Winners Roundtable

awards Each year at ENDO, the Endocrine Society recognizes endocrine researchers who are in the blossoming stages of their research careers with Early Investigator Awards. Endocrine News rounded up this year’s recipients to ask them about their research, their labs, and the award will help them reach their research goals. For researchers in the early stages...
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Q&A: James L. Rosenzweig, MD

Rosenzweig_James-5x7 Endocrine News talks with James Rosenzweig, MD, chair of the task force that developed the latest Endocrine Society Clinical Practice Guideline on Preventing Cardiovascular Disease and Type 2 Diabetes in Patients at Metabolic Risk. A new Endocrine Society clinical practice guideline states that measuring waistline, blood pressure, cholesterol, and blood sugar during doctor’s visits could...
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Lab Notes Q&A: Charis Eng, MD, PhD

Job # 072422 Boyle  07-31-13 Charis Eng, MD, PhD, from the Cleveland Clinic, discusses her research of tumor suppressor genes, endocrine neoplasias, and why an accurate family history is so important to determine when a cancer screening should be performed. The American Cancer Society’s Medal of Honor recognizes individuals who have made the most valuable contributions in saving more lives...