Clinician scientists within Endocrinology are committed to improving care for children. Clinical-based research studies are informing new treatment strategies involving new technologies. Information about some of the latest research done by our hospital can be found here.
Finding Better Markers of Cardiovascular Risk in Pediatric Type 1 Diabetes
Children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes are at risk for cardiovascular disease. Are there ways to determine who is at greatest risk, and who benefits most from early intervention?
Hormonal Contraception Safer Than Expected for Women With Diabetes
Women with diabetes often fall through the cracks when it comes to prescription contraception. A new study illuminates the issues and highlights safe options.
Endocrinology Issues in Children With Williams Syndrome
The 2016 Annual Williams Syndrome Association Conference included a presentation on the importance of including endocrinologists as part of a multidisciplinary care team.
Bone Turnover Markers Can Help Monitor Response in Children With Bone Fragility Treated With Bone-Strengthening Therapy
While the interpretation of bone turnover markers in growing children can be complicated, a study demonstrates the clinical usefulness of these markers, as marker indexes are suppressed during bisphosphonate treatment.
Myxedema Coma: A Cause of Altered Mental Status in Children
A case study highlights the importance of evaluating thyroid function when a child presents with acute altered mental status, even if the child has not previously been diagnosed with hypothyroidism.
Should Hormone Therapy be Considered for Inappropriate Sexual Behavior in Adolescents With Autism Spectrum Disorder?
Families worry when children with autism spectrum disorder display inappropriate sexual behaviors, but specialists say hormonal suppression should not be the first-line approach.
Do Antioxidant Vitamins Help Children with Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus?
No endothelial function improvement found after vitamin C and E regimen in adolescents, despite previous promising results for adults.
Sperm Retrieval in Adolescents and Young Adults with Klinefelter Syndrome
Pilot study finds no evidence that retrieval rates are better in adolescents and young men than in older men.
DSD Clinical Studies