Beverly MK Biller, MD

Neuroendocrine Unit

Biographical Sketch:
Beverly MK Biller, MD Beverly MK Biller, MD, is Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and a faculty member of the Neuroendocrine Unit at The Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts, USA. Dr. Biller directs the Clinical Fellowship in adult Endocrinology and Metabolism at The Massachusetts General Hospital, and serves on the Accreditation Council of Graduate Medical Education Residency Review Committee which accredits all Internal Medicine and adult Endocrinology training programs in the United States. She also directs the annual Harvard Medical School & Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Continuing Education postgraduate course "Clinical Endocrinology" that welcomes endocrinologists from across the US and many international destinations to Boston every March. Major research interests include the pathogenesis, diagnosis and treatment of Cushing’s disease, acromegaly, prolactinomas, other pituitary tumors, and growth hormone deficiency in adults. Dr. Biller has published original research in many peer-reviewed journals and has also co-authored clinical guidelines regarding Cushing’s disease and adult growth hormone deficiency for the The Endocrine Society and the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists, respectively.
Papers:
Evaluation of Late-Night Salivary Cortisol during 12 Months of Pasireotide Treatment in Patients with Cushing's Disease
Improvements in the Clinical Signs and Symptoms of Cushing's Disease Following 12 Months' Treatment with Pasireotide are Not Restricted to Patients Who Achieve UFC Control
EFFECTS OF GROWTH HORMONE (GH) REPLACEMENT FOR UP TO 5 YEARS IN GH DEFICIENT (GHD) ADULTS WITH ACROMEGALY IN REMISSION – A KIMS (PFIZER INTERNATIONAL METABOLIC DATABASE) CASE-CONTROL ANALYSIS
Cushing's Syndrome in Patients who had Bariatric Surgery: A Multicenter Case Series
NS1 An Update on Cushings Disease
NS1-1 An Update on Cushings Disease