Getting published can be a challenging journey. In this episode, Caitlin and Aaron talk with Andrea Gore, Ph.D., from the University of Texas at Austin. Dr. Gore has published more than 150 articles and is a past Editor-in-Chief of the journal Endocrinology. Here she talks about what makes for a well-written scientific paper and about the peer review process: what to expect and how to understand the feedback from editors.
We look into promising findings from clinical trials regarding Burosumab, a human monoclonal antibody designed for the treatment of X-linked hypophosphatemia. With us are Erik Imel, MD from the Indiana University School of Medicine and Suzanne Marie Jan De Beur, MD from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
Aaron talks with Deborah Kurrasch, PhD, associate professor at the University of Calgary, and Dinu Nesan, PhD, postdoctoral fellow also at University of Calgary. At the Endocrine Society's annual meeting in 2019, they presented research on BPA exposure's effects on circadian rhythms in mice during pregnancy.
Caitlin and Aaron talk with Dr. Anders Carlson, medical director of the International Diabetes Center in Minneapolis, about his research on hypoglycemia in older adults with type 1 diabetes. Dr. Carlson presented this research at the Endocrine Society’s 2019 annual meeting in New Orleans.
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