Research In Progress

Endocrinology Research in Progress:

2020-2021 Schedule

Tuesday 4-5 PM

Virtual Zoom Seminar

Host: Helmy Siragy, M.D.

Faculty and research trainees present their research and receive constructive criticism and advice regarding their work.

Date
Name
Topic
11/03
Election Day
11/17
Silas Culver, MD
The Role of the Renal (Pro)renin Receptor in Diet Induced Obesity and Obesity Related Kidney Disease
12/01
Mahdi Shafiei, PhD
Improving Blood Glucose Prediction using Neural Networks by Data Augmentation
12/15
Kaitlin Love, MD
Impact of Glucagon Like Peptide-1 Agonism on Endothelial Function and Exercise Tolerance in Type 1 Diabetes:  a K23 Proposal
01/05
Eugene Barrett, MD, PhD
Endocrine Regulation of Microvascular Function in Metabolic Disease
01/19
Heather Ferris, MD, PhD
Using chemical probes to understand cholesterol tracking in the brain
02/02
Jonathan S. Williams, MD, MSc Brigham    and Women’s Hospital and Harvard    Medical School
Another plug for statins?  Aldosterone reduction with a genetic twist
02/16
William Horton, MD
Glucose, insulin, or both:  what determines acute alterations in vascular function
03/09
Jia Liu, MD
Light Exercise and Liraglutide Synergistically Improve Muscle Insulin Action in Diet-induced Obesity
03/23
Ananda Basu, MD
Glucagon metabolism in humans
04/06
Rita Basu, MD
11 Beta Hydroxysteroid Dehydrogenase type 1 inhibition in Metabolic Disease
04/20
Richard Santen, MD
Severe glucocorticoid hypersensitivity:  molecular mechanism of a new syndrome
05/18
Rita Basu, MD
TBD
06/01
Robert Carey, MD
TBD
06/08
Heather Ferris, MD, PhD
TBD
06/15
Uta Erdbruegger, MD
TBD