Traumatic Brain Injury and the endocrine system on Live Talk: Thursday May 26, 3:00 pm PST

Join us every Thursday at 3:00 pm PST (6:00 pm EST), when we focus on the latest news, developments, and clinical care articles. Listen, learn, and call in as we discuss cases from the literature, social media, and direct patient experiences. The shows feature deep dives into critical topics, with guest physicians, other essential healthcare professionals, industry representatives, patients, and many other fascinating people touched by pituitary and endocrine diseases.  Click here to listen to the recorded sessions.


Next Program:

Thursday, May 26, 3:00 pm (pacific time)

Tamara Wexler MD, Ph.D.,  joins us this week to talk about pituitary damage and insufficiency as a result of head trauma. Dr. Wexler is a Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine at NYU Grossman School of Medicine.  Her research interests focus on the neuroendocrine and reproductive endocrine systems, particularly on changes that may occur after traumatic brain injury (TBI).  This promises to be an excellent discussion.  Tune in on Thursday!


On May 26, at 3:00 pm (pacific)
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LIVE TALK is an exclusive Pituitary World News production intended to engage patients and health care providers to discuss pituitary disorders. Jorge Faccinetti and Lewis S Blevins, Jr., MD, co-founders of Pituitary World News, will co-host the show.  Join us weekly for the live discussion, or tune in to each episode shared as a podcast, available through PWN and your favorite podcasting platform, including Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google, Amazon Music, Podbean, and others, after the live broadcast.

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