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diabetes-endocrinology

Houston, Texas

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Medicine/Endocrinology
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Glenn R. Cunningham, M.D.

Glenn R. Cunningham, M.D.

Professor of Medicine and Molecular & Cellular Biology
Baylor College of Medicine

Director, SLEH-BCM Diabetes Program

St. Luke's Episcopal Hospital
6624 Fannin, Suite 1180
Houston, TX 77030
Tel: 832-355-7208
Fax: 832-355-7299
E-mail: glennc@bcm.edu

Education

  • M.D., University of Oklahoma Medical School, 1966

Residency

  • 1966-1967 Straight Medical Internship, Duke University Medical Center
  • 1967-1968 Junior Assistant Residency (Medicine), Duke University Medical Center
  • 1968-1970 Endocrinology Fellowship, Duke University Medical Center
  • 1970-1971 Chief Resident in Medicine, VA Hospital, Durham, North Carolina

Research Interests

  • Testosterone replacement in androgen deficiency
  • Inpatient diabetes management

Recent Publications

  • Wang C, Jackson G, Jones TH, Matsumoto AM, Nehra A, Perelman MA, Swerdloff RS, Traish A, Zitzmann M, Cunningham G. Low testosterone associated with obesity and the metabolic syndrome contributes to sexual dysfunction and cardiovascular disease risk in men with type 2 diabetes. Diabetes Care. 2011; 34:1669-75. PMCID: PMC3120209
  • Cunningham GR, Toma SM. Why is androgen replacement in males controversial? J Clin Endocrinol Metab, 2011; 96:38-52. PMID: 20881265
  • Bhasin S, Cunningham GR, Hayes FJ, Matsumoto AM, Snyder PJ, Swerdloff RS, and Montori VM. Testosterone Therapy in Men with Androgen Deficiency Syndromes: An Endocrine Society Clinical Practice Guideline, J Clin Endocrinol Metab, 2010; 95:2559. PMID: 20525905

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