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Madona Azar, MD
Assistant Professor

Mailing Address:
1000 N. Lincoln Blvd., HHDC 2900
Oklahoma City, OK 73104-3252

(405) 271-5896
(405) 271-7522


Research Interests

  1. Vitamin D deficiency and diabetes
  2. Diabetes in pregnancy



Fellowship - Endocrinology, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Oklahoma City, OK
Fellowship - Endocrinology, Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, Pennsylvania State University
Residency - Internal Medicine, Cooper University Hospital, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, UMDNJ, Camden Campus
Residency - Anesthesiology, American University of Beirut Medical Center, Beirut, Lebanon
1995-2002 MD - Medical School at Saint Joseph's University, Beirut, Lebanon


Recent Publications

Azar M. (2010). Diabetes, Insulin Treatment and Cancer Risk: What is the Evidence? F1000 Medicine Reports, 2010. In press.       

Azar M. (2010). Vitamin D Deficiency and Pre-Eclampsia in Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus. Southern Society Clinical Investigators Meeting. New Orleans, LA.

Azar M. (2010). Hypoparathyroidism and Teriparatide: Is it Time to Treat? Southern Society Clinical Investigators Meeting. New Orleans, LA.

Azar M. (2010). Pituitary Abcess Secondary to Lymphocytic Hypophysitis. A Case Report. Southern Society Clinical Investigators Meeting. New Orleans, LA.    

Azar M. (2009). Web-based Management of Diabetes: Has the time come for Telemedicine? Review article. Diabetes Res Clin Pract. Jan;83(1):9-17. Epub 2008 Dec 3.

Azar M, Frates A, and Rajput V. (2008). Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura (ITP) and Hyperthyroidism: an unusual but critical relationship for clinicians.J of Hosp Med, 3:431-433.

Azar M. (2008). ITP and Hyperthyroidism: An Unusual but Critical Relationship for Clinicians. J Hosp Med. Sep;3(5):431-3. Presented at the Cooper Research Week 2007.

Azar M. (2006). Glycemic control during inhospital corticosteroid treatment for exacerbations of obstructive airway disease. Chest 130: 184S-185S.

Azar M. (2006). Impact of medical and nursing staff diabetic education on quality of glycemic control in a tertiary university-based medical center Coronary Care Unit. American College of Physicians National Meeting. Philadelphia, PA.

Azar M. (2006). Interest of the noninvasive techniques for the measurement of the blood pressure in critical care. J Medical Liban. Jan-Mar; 54(1):17-21.

Azar M. (2006). Case: Primary Amyloidosis Diagnosed by Pleuroscopy. Cooper Research Week 2005 and ACP 2006 New Jersey Chapter.

Azar M. (2006). Impact of residency on residents’ physiological and psychological status in the eighty-hour era. ACP New Jersey Chapter.


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