Kenneth Burman

Chief, Endocrine Section
MedStar Washington Hospital Center
Endocrinology

Biographical Sketch:
Dr. Burman graduated from the University of Missouri Medical School, took his Internal Medicine residency at Washington University (Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, MO) and his Endocrine Fellowship at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washinton, DC. He was on the staff at Walter Reed for 22 years and then moved to the Washington Hospital Center, where he is Chief, Endocrinology Section and Professor, Department of Medicine, Georgetown University. His research has recently focused on translational and clinical aspects of thyroid cancer and on clinical trials for the treatment of thyroid cancer.
Papers:
Thyroid Hormone Replacement: T3, T4 or Both?
Treatment with Metformin is Associated with Higher Remission Rate in Diabetic Patients with Thyroid Cancer
Establishment of a Diagnostic Scoring System for Patients with Myxedema Coma
Comparison of empiric versus individualized levothyroxine (LT4) dose adjustment in hypothyroid women during pregnancy: interim data analysis
The HIV protease inhibitor Nelfinavir down-regulates p70S6K/S6 signaling, induce autophagy and apoptosis in thyroid cancer cells
FP28-6 The Effect of Geographical Location in the United States on the Management of Graves' Disease
M42 Thyroid Hormone Replacement: T3, T4 or Both?