Endocrinology

Dudley Lamming, PhD (pictured above and at upper right), assistant professor, and Matthew Merrins, PhD (pictured at lower right), assistant professor, both of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism, have been awarded $1.9M over 5 years (R01 award) from the National Institutes of Health-National Institute on Aging for a proposal entitled, "Comparative...
As the 94th year in the history of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Medicine, 2018 saw both changes and ongoing commitment to our long-standing legacy. This selection of images by Clint Thayer shows a behind-the-scenes glimpse into daily lives of department members dedicated to clinical care, research, and training...
2018 was been a productive year for researchers in the Department of Medicine. How productive? Members published at least 452 peer-reviewed research and scholarly articles – more than one per day. And that’s almost certainly an underestimate. Some journals will still be populating article from 2018 in databases for the...
The extreme lifespans of two animals are helping scientists understand some of the molecular processes that control aging. Unlike most short-lived rodents, the naked mole rat lives up to 31 years; with a lifespan of nearly 200 years, tortoises are among the longest-living creatures on earth, and some turtle species'...
Fellowship Match Day on November 28, 2018 was a momentous occasion: the date on which medical fellowship programs across the nation found out how their institutions fared in recruiting physicians who are pursuing advanced training in dozens of different internal medicine specialties and subspecialties. For fellowship programs in the Department...
The epidemic of diabetes in the United States has reached staggering proportions: 40 percent of Wisconsin adults are expected to develop type 2 diabetes in their lifetime, and 100 M adults nationwide have diabetes or pre-diabetes. Dawn Belt Davis, MD, PhD , associate professor, Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism, and Rene...
Among the Pilot Awards from UW Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (UW ICTR) announced in support of translational, clinical, methods, dissemination and implementation, and stakeholder-engaged studies, a total of 5 principal investigators (PIs) and 3 collaborators involved in the funded projects are members of the Department of Medicine. Awards...
Over the next several weeks, Vital Signs will feature introductions to many of the 40 new faculty members and four chief residents who are joining us this year. Each has been asked to provide some background about their primary professional focus in clinical, research, and/or medical education, what drew them...
Photo (above): Department of Medicine faculty awards were presented during a ceremony on October 3, 2018. Front row, R to L: Dr. Rashmi Agni, Dr. Alexis Eastman, Dr. Jeremy Smith, Dr. Vincent Cryns. Back row, R to L: Dr. Andrea Schnell, Dr. Tripti Singh, Dr. Ann Schmidt, Dr. Mark Burkard....
Seven medical specialties in the University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Medicine were highly ranked or noted for clinical excellence in the 2018-19 edition of the Best Hospitals guide produced by U.S. News & World Report. Additionally, University Hospital is ranked among the nation’s top 50 hospitals, retaining its position as...