Prof. Ashley Grossman (left) was welcomed as Keynote speaker to the Division of Endocrinology Annual Research Fest on September 9, 2022. Dr. Grossman is a Professor of Medicine at the University of Oxford and the London Clinic, UK. He is an international expert in endocrine tumours, including adrenal and pituitary tumours and neuroendocrine tumours, as […] Read More
Dr. Brandon Galm was awarded the Endocrine Fellow’s Annual Teaching Award for 2021-22. The teaching award is selected by the endocrine fellows and presented to the faculty member who they consider to have contributed most effectively to endocrine fellowship education that year. Read More
Vancouver General Hospital Division of Endocrinology has been named to the Newsweek list of Best Specialty Hospitals for 2022. The Division includes the VGH Diabetes Clinic, which has a multidisciplinary team providing education, support and treatment to individuals with complex diabetes management issues. Endocrinologists at VGH provide a full-spectrum of consultant care, teaching and research […] Read More
The Gordon and Leslie Diamond Health Care Centre (DHCC) is located at 2775 Laurel Street, just across the street from Vancouver General Hospital (VGH). The DHCC brings together the outpatient care services at VGH, including specialty clinics, medical education, physician teaching clinics and research, all at one site. The Centre opened in September 2006 as […] Read More
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North Shore mountains and Stanley Park across Burrard Inlet.
The UBC Division of Endocrinology encompasses practicing endocrinologists, researchers and educators affiliated with the University of British Columbia.
Clinical training sites include Vancouver General Hospital, St. Paul's Hospital, and BC Children's Hospital in Vancouver, Royal Columbian in New Westminster, Surrey Memorial and Royal Jubilee Hospitals.
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Immunostaining of an Islet of Langerhans. These cell clusters, embedded within the pancreas, secrete insulin and glucagon, which are important for blood glucose control (from the lab of Dr. Timothy Kieffer)
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