Division of Endocrinology Conferences
Endocrinology, Metabolism, Obesity and Diabetes Seminar Series
Thursdays, 10:00 am – 11:30 am
728 Southwest Tower
This conference begins with a clinical presentation and discussion each week.
There is a Journal Club presentation or a Research Seminar on alternating
weeks. Research seminars are assigned to senior faculty (with the option of
having their fellows present their work) within or without the Metabolism Group.
This slot is also used for speakers visiting from other institutions (including Diabetes Research Center seminar speakers).
Multidisciplinary Gender-Affirming Care Conference
One Thursday every other month, 7:00 am – 8:00 am
Zoom — please email Dr. Herrick for calendar invitation and Zoom link
This conference is an opportunity for individuals from across the multitude of specialties involved in gender affirming care to meet and discuss challenging cases. Typically 2-3 cases are discussed in a conference and sessions are sometimes focused around a particular subspecialty or theme. Participants often include representation from primary care, endocrinology (pediatric and adult), adolescent medicine, gynecology, plastic surgery, urology, speech therapy, ENT, psychology, psychiatry, dermatology, and infectious disease. Trainees welcome!
Endocrine Fellowship Interdisciplinary Training Sessions
These training sessions are presented during July and August each year.
Endocrine Fellowship Interdisciplinary Training Schedule
Summer Teaching Sessions
Thursdays, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
An interdisciplinary training session required for adult endocrine fellows and optional for pediatric endocrine fellows.
Postgraduate Clinical Endocrinology Course
Thursdays, 12:00-1:00 pm
Southwest Tower, Room 728
This is a clinical lecture series targeted to postdoctoral fellows in endocrinology,
diabetes and metabolism, but open to students, residents and faculty. Its
speakers include faculty from various clinical departments.
Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism Consult Rounds
Wednesdays, 11:00-12:00 pm
Southwest Tower, Room 842
Dr. Semenkovich meets weekly with the consultation service — fellow,
Endocrine Case Conference
Thursdays, 9:00 am
728 SW Tower
This conference includes case presentations and discussion of one patient from
the adult and one patient from the pediatric endocrinology, diabetes and
metabolism groups. This conference is usually attended by Adult and Pediatric
Endocrine Tumor Conference
1st & 3rd Thursdays, 4:30 pm
Center for Outpatient Health, Room: 920
This is a joint case conference with the Endocrine Surgery Division, in concert
with endocrinology, radiology and pathology to discuss endocrine tumor cases.
Metabolic Bone Disease Case Conference
Fridays, 8:00 am
BJC Institute of Health Building, 11th Floor, Conference Room AB
This weekly conference reflects the appeal of skeletal investigation to the
Washington University community, as it comprises an interdisciplinary group of
clinicians, pathologists, radiologists and geneticists, as well as adult and pediatric
endocrine fellows, residents and medical students during elective rotations, and practitioners affiliated with Washington University interested in osteoporosis and
metabolic bone diseases. Typically, 2-3 patients are presented by faculty or
Contact Christina Grantham at email@example.com in the Division of Bone and
Mineral Diseases to be added to the weekly distribution list since conferences
may be cancelled when there are no cases to discuss.
Anterior Skull Base and Pituitary Conference
1st Wednesday of every month (September through May), 5:00-6:00 pm
5th floor McMillan Hospital Conference Room
This is a joint conference with the department of neurosurgery in which interesting
pituitary cases are presented and discussed.
Department of Medicine Conferences
Medical Grand Rounds
Includes other Department of Internal Medicine Conferences.
Graduate School – Division of Biology and Biomedical Sciences Conferences
The Division of Biology & Biomedical Sciences compiles a seminar calendar
listing events of interest to student and faculty.