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The Harold Hamm Diabetes Center and the Section of Endocrinology is committed to improving the overall care of diabetes patients in the state of Oklahoma.  To further this commitment we offer professional training opportunities.  Below is a listing of our upcoming professional meetings and education. For a comprehensive listing of all Endocrinology related events, click here.

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Diabetes Care Summit: more info

Diabetes Research Symposium more info

Diabetes Care Summit is held annually in
the Fall. It is a state (and regional) meeting aiming to bring together all health professionals concerned with the care of patients with diabetes.



Diabetes Research Symposium is
an annual, one day meeting for all researchers whose work relates to diabetes. Its aim is to bring together diabetes researchers working in Oklahoma, regardless of age, experience, or scientific discipline.
The meeting is intended to inform participants about the interests of
other investigators, and to stimulate discussion and new collaborations.

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The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center

Endocrinology and Diabetes
1000 N. Lincoln Blvd.; Harold Hamm Diabetes Center Building #2900
Oklahoma City, OK 73104
Phone - (405) 271-5896
FAX - (405) 271-7522

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