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Baum elected VP of Endocrine Society

Oct. 29, 2015, 9:27 AM

Howard Baum, M.D., assistant professor of Medicine in the Division of Diabetes, Endocrinology and Metabolism, has been elected vice president (physician-in-practice) of  The Endocrine Society.

Howard Baum, M.D.

Baum will assume his new position at the Society’s Annual Business Meeting on April 4, 2016, in Boston.

Baum came to Vanderbilt in 2012. He earned his M.D. from Johns Hopkins University in 1987 and completed his internship and residency there as well. He did his fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital. His patient care emphasis is in diabetes, parathyroid, pituitary and neuroendocrine disorders and post-transplant endocrine disorders.

The Endocrine Society has an international membership of more than 18,000 researchers and practitioners from more than 120 countries who are dedicated to improving clinical knowledge and practices for all endocrine disorders.

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