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The Division faculty conduct consult rounds that focus on disease etiology and management which regularly include didactic presentations which cover the spectrum of endocrine pathophysiology. This program ensures that fellows receive formal instruction in a full curriculum as designated.

The Endocrine Clinical Case Conference

The conference, held on Wednesdays at noon is jointly attended by faculty and fellows of the Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism at HUP and the Endocrinology Division at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. Once a month, this is a thyroid or metabolic bone conference. Once a month this conference is devoted to pediatric endocrinology presented by our colleagues at CHOP. On the remaining one to two Wednesdays per month, the first year endocrine fellows present challenging or instructive cases with review of the pertinent literature. Second year fellows are also responsible for presenting two case conferences over the course of the year.

Endocrine Grand Rounds

The conference is held monthly. Outstanding national speakers are invited to present on a clinical or translational research endocrine topic. This monthly conference is co-facilitated by an attending and fellow who review the recent literature and present a paper of interest to the group. In this forum, the fellow learns to read and evaluate critically the clinical endocrinology literature. View Events Calendar

Rodebaugh Diabetes Conference Series

This weekly multidisciplinary Diabetes Conference provides a forum for case presentation and discussion of interesting, challenging, and instructive cases alternating with more formal didactic sessions presenting basic concepts in clinical and molecular diabetology and metabolism.

Combined IDOM / DRC Seminar Series

Here, Penn faculty and outstanding invited faculty from throughout the country present innovative basic scientific work involving molecular diabetology and endocrinology.  View Seminar Series

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