Professional Courses

MDS 406 - Endocrinology, Nutrition, Reproduction and Genetics (9.5)

Lecture—3.8 hours; discussion/laboratory—2.8 hours. Prerequisite: Biological Chemistry 410A; Human Physiology 400. Restricted to Medical students only. Basic and pathophysiologic processes involved in human reproductive and endocrine control systems, nutritional regulation, and foundational genetics across the lifespan. Integrate information across these systems and use clinical reasoning process to identify and understand relevant perturbations and diseases. May be repeated three times for credit. (P/F grading only; deferred grading only, pending completion of sequence.)

ENM 460 - Clinical Clerkship

Clinical activity—full time (2 to 12 weeks). Prerequisite: completion of third year of medical school. Work-up, manage, and follow-up new patients on active inpatient consulting service. Gastroenterology/Hepatology patients. Daily rounds with attending physician. (H/P/F grading only.)

Foreign Medical Students: The Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism does not accept foreign medical students. 
 

Professional Course Coordinator
Jacqueline Onyon
Fellowship & Student Programs Coordinator

Continuing Medical Education

Annual

  • Annual Diabetes and Endocrinology Symposium

Weekly (January - June)

  • Journal Club

  • Clinical Case Conference