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The Section of Endocrinology and Diabetes conducts three regular weekly seminars. All clinicians and researchers in the Section, and interested clinical and research staff from other disciplines in the Health Sciences Center, are encouraged to attend. An important goal of these seminars is to bring together clinical and research staff, as well as offer Continuing Medical Education credit. We frequently invite guest speakers from both inside and outside OUHSC. The seminars are as follows:

Endocrinology Grand Rounds - Tuesdays, 8:00 - 9:00am, HHDC 2923. This meeting is clinically oriented. A majority of the presentations are given by our clinical fellows, who present a case or cases of interest followed by an in-depth review of relevant literature and discussion.

Research Conference - last Tuesday of the month, 8:00 - 9:00am, HHDC 2923. This meeting has the specific goal of bringing together the clinicians and researchers in the Section. Investigators present clinical or basic research work so as to inform a general audience. The work may be in progress or completed. Once a month, the meeting is in the form of a journal club.


 
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