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Adrian Sandra Dobs

Adrian Sandra Dobs

    MD, MHS
Professor, Vice Chair | Baltimore, Maryland    United States of America
Internal Medicine And General Medicine, Endocrinology
Translational Research, Endocrinology,...More
Spoken at 2 events

Biography :

Dr. Dobs is presently an active investigator in the field of male gonadal function. She is particularly interested in new forms of male hormone replacement therapy and has published extensively in the area of hormonal changes with aging. her clinical practice focused on sex hormone disorders in both men and women. As Director of the Clinical Trials Unit, she oversees a team of individuals dedicated to facilitating clinical research within an academic medical center environment.Her other administrative roles include Director of the Johns Hopkins SYSU (China) Collaboration in Clinical Research and Director of the NCI-funded Center to Reduce Cancer Disparities.

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Internal Medicine and General Medicine, Endocrinology

Interested Topics

Translational Research, Endocrinology, Sex Hormone Disorders, HIV Infection, Diabetes Mellitus, Endocrinology , HIV-Associated Metabolic Abnormalities, Hyperlipidemia, Male Testosterone Disorders, Polycystic Ovarian Disease, Sex Hormone Disorders, Gonadal Dysfunction, Male Gonadal Function, Male Hormone Replacement Therapy, Health Care Managment, Medicine, Critical Care, Hospital, Emergency Medicine, Clinical Research

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