This month’s Medicine Matters is packed with interesting information. From the various awards and achievements to the focus on the Division of Endocrinology and Metabolism, you cannot help to be impressed by the strong community of the Department of Medicine. In particular, this month highlights the incredible work of our Endocrinology faculty, who are world-renowned in their clinical care, educational activities, and research. Led by Dr. Chris McCartney and, most recently, Dr. Zhenqi Liu, the Division excels in all aspects of its specialty. In particular, I would encourage everyone to be on the lookout for the mysterious yet shy “Baby Endo.” I am pretty sure that I saw that baby at Kroger. Congratulations to the Endocrine Division!
Lastly, as I read this month’s newsletter, I was struck by the obvious…the Department of Medicine is strong and vibrant for a simple yet profound reason- We are defined by our people and how we work together to make the lives of our community better. The dedication, passion, and drive to achieve this goal are displayed every day. One of the joys of my job is that I get to see these deeds every day, and it never ceases to bring me great pride and satisfaction. So, thank you for all that you do!
With best wishes,
Mitchell H. Rosner, MD, MACP
Henry B. Mulholland Professor of Medicine
Chair, Department of Medicine
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