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Clinical Endocrinology Conference (weekly)
ConferenceHeld every Friday morning, during this conference a specific patient is presented followed by an in depth presentation and discussion of the patient’s disease process. The relevant literature is reviewed and patient management strategies discussed. A fellow / attending present a case once per week. Physicians and providers from throughout the Rochester area attend and present at this CME-sponsored conference.
Location: Gibbs Library 3-6416
Time: 7:30am-8:30AM 
JAN-JUN 2017: Case Conference Speaker List

Didactic Friday Conference (weekly)
With lunch provided every Friday at noon, over the course of 2 years, speakers from the endocrine division or other departments cover a curriculum that covers the spectrum of Endocrinology. Each year starts with Endocrine Emergencies and Insulin Pump education so that incoming Fellows are comfortable with common scenarios that they will fact during the upcoming year. This conference also covers some Endocrinology basic science and pharmacology, as well as ethical issues.
Location: Gibbs Library 3-6416
Time: 12:00-1:00PM  **There will be no conference on 4/1/16**
2016-2017 Schedule of Didactic Curriculum Conference schedule

Board Review Course (bi-weekly)
Held every other week, this interactive session helps prepare fellows for the Endocrine Boards. Board questions are given and discussed, and Fellows participate in a National In-Service exam to test their skills and compare them to their colleagues throughout the country.
Location, Gibbs Library 3-6416
Time 12:30-1:30 PM
2017 Tuesday Meetings

Thyroid/Endocrine Tumor Conference (monthly)
During this conference, selected cases are presented and discussed by endocrinologists, endocrine surgeons, ENT surgeons, pathologists and nuclear medicine faculty and fellows. This conference is part of the Head and Neck Cancer Service Line, and serves as their Thyroid Tumor Board.
Location: Flamingo Lab room 2-3615
Time: 12:00-1:00PM
2017 Calendar Thyroid/Endocrine Tumor Conference Schedule

Endocrine Research Conference (monthly)
With dinner served, this late afternoon conference serves as a vehicle for fellows and faculty to learn about research being done in the Division of Endocrinology, as well as some work being performed by researchers outside of the Division who are doing Endocrine-related research. Graduating fellows also present their research late in their final year.
Location: McCann Room 3-6232
Time: 4:30-5:30PM
2016-2017 Scientific Research Conference Calendar
Summer Hiatus: June-August

Endocrinology Journal Club (monthly)
During this conference recent articles from the endocrine literature (non-diabetes) are reviewed. Particular emphasis is placed on articles that stress mechanisms of a disease or a basic biologic process. Both clinical and basic science topics are reviewed. Fellows are paired with a faculty advisor, who aids in article choice and is available for questions.
Location: Gibbs Library 3-6416

2016-2017 Journal Club Calendar
Journal Club: Tuesday 2/21/17. **1:15-2:15 PM** Food/drink available
Article: Cortical-Bone Fragility—Insights from sFRP4 Deficiency in Pyle’s Disease. N Engl J Med 374;26 June 30, 2016

Diabetes Journal Club (monthly)
This late afternoon journal club (that includes dinner) serves as a city-wide conference that covers 3-4 recent articles in diabetes care or research. Articles are presented by fellows with faculty serving as secondary presenters.
Location: Gibbs Library RM: 3-6416
Time: 4:30-6PM
2016-2017 DM Journal Club Calendar
AGENDA: February 28, 2017
February DM JC Articles

  1. Effect of Wearable Technology Combined With a Lifestyle Intervention on Long-term Weight Loss The IDEA Randomized Clinical Trial
  2. Efficacy and effectiveness of screen and treat policies in prevention of type 2 diabetes: systematic review and meta-analysis of screening tests and interventions
  3. Effect of Continuous Glucose Monitoring on Glycemic Control in Adults With Type 1 Diabetes Using Insulin InjectionsThe DIAMOND Randomized Clinical Trial?
  4. Continuous Glucose Monitoring vs Conventional Therapy for Glycemic Control in Adults With Type 1 Diabetes Treated With Multiple Daily Insulin Injections The GOLD Randomized Clinical Trial

Endocrine Grand Rounds
Held the second Friday of every month, Endocrine Grand Rounds features internationally recognized scientists and physicians from all over the country. This series offers the University of Rochester and the surrounding community a unique opportunity to hear about the latest cutting-edge research in endocrinology, diabetes, and metabolism from leaders in these fields.
Location: Aud-6408 K-307
Time: 7:30-8:30AM
2016-2017: Grand Rounds Speaker Schedule
URMC Scientific Events Calendar
Map From 1st floor to Aud 3-6408 K-307