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Research Grand Rounds: Hypothyroidism Treatment - The Basics and Beyond

Date Fri, Jan 17
Time 12: 00 PM - 1: 30 PM
Location MedStar Washington Hospital Center
110 Irving Street NW, East Building, 1st Floor, True Auditorium, Washington, DC, 20010
Contact Rebecca Ho
202-687-2103


This month's Research Grand Rounds (RGR) event will feature Dr. Jacqueline Jonklaas, MD, PhD. She will discuss "Hypothyroidism Treatment - The Basics and Beyond".

Dr. Jonklaas is a Professor of Medicine at Georgetown University, Co-Director of the Participant and Clinical Interactions component of the GHUCCTS, and Director of the Clinical Research Unit at Georgetown. Dr. Jonklaas obtained her MD, residency, and fellowship training at Georgetown University. Her NIH-supported clinical and translational research and patient care both focus on management of thyroid cancer and on the assessment and treatment of hypothyroidism. Her research spans from early molecular work through biomarker studies, novel therapies, clinical trials, and patient reported outcomes and then to translation into clinical practice via her leadership of the guidelines committee of the American Thyroid Association.

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