News & Events
SMH Specialty Programs Rank in U.S. News' "Nation's Best"
Two programs—Neurology/Neurosurgery & Diabetes and Endocrinology—were among the nation's Top 50 in U.S. News & World Report's Best Hospitals ratings for 2016-2017. Six other SMH specialty programs and several adult care programs at Strong and Highland earned High Performing designation.
18th Annual Diabetes Conference: Newer Treatment for Diabetes - Hope or Hype? See full conference description and registration information.
Stephen Hammes, M.D., Ph.D. interviewed for In Good Health publication and discusses the role of testosterone in female fertility.
The Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs (CDMRP) features Dr. Stephen R. Hammes' research.
Study indicates that smoking disrupts circadian clock function in both lungs and brain
Science Spotlight: Meet Michael Sellix, Ph.D.
Endocrine graduate student, Allison Light, (Dr. Stephen Hammes Lab) awarded the MFC URSMD Trainee/Student Travel Award 2013 in Basic Science Research
June 24, 2013
Ben Frisch, Ph.D., a researcher in the Wilmot Cancer Center lab of Laura Calvi, M.D., was awarded the International Bone & Mineral Society Gregory R. Mundy Fellowship on Cancer-Induced Bone Disease.
Women Sought for PCOS Study
Physicians from the Medical Center and Strong Fertility Center are recruiting women to participate in a study on polycystic ovary syndrome or PCOS. PCOS is a condition that causes increased male hormones in women and irregular menstrual cycles, which may interfere with a woman’s ability to get pregnant. If you are between the age of 18 and 40, have irregular menstrual cycles, and are interested in participating, call (585) 275-4149 or email email@example.com. Women do not need a formal PCOS diagnosis to enroll.
New Thyroid Cancer Support Group Forming at Wilmot Cancer Center
Bidirectional Diabetes-Depression Link
Male Sex Hormones in Ovaries Essential for Female Fertility
Female Fertility: What’s Testosterone Got To Do With It? »
March 03, 2014
URMC Chief of Endocrinology Named Editor of Journal »
December 17, 2013
The July 2009 Endocrine News monthly runs write up on Endocrine Fellow's poster presentation at ENDO 2009: unusual case of Pheochromocytoma
Historical Fiction Novel Penned by Longtime Rochester Endocrinologist