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Profile for Joaquin Lado, MD

Joaquin Lado

Joaquin Lado, MD

  • Attending. Endocrinology
  • Division Chief. Endocrinology
  • Professor
  • Professor Internal Medicine
  • Attending Physician. Internal Medicine.
  • Associate Professor
Office Phone: 806-743-3150
Email: joaquin.lado@ttuhsc.edu
Mail Address: 3601 4th St Stop 9410
Lubbock TX 79430-9410

Biography

MD, University of Santiago de Compostela. Spain. 1985.
PhD,University of Santiago de Compostela. Spain. 1989.
Resident Internal Medicine. Hospital Clinic i Provincial. Barcelona. Spain. 1992
Resident Internal Medicine. Hospital Xeral de Galicia. Spain. 1993.
Resident Endocrinology and Nutrition. Hospital Xeral de Galicia. Spain. 1994-1996.
Specialist (Equivalent to Board Certification) in Endocrinology and Nutrition. MEC. Spain. EU. 1997.
Research Associate. Department of Cell Biology and Biochemistry. TTUSHC-SOM. Lubbock. TX. USA. 1997-1998.
Fellow Endocrinology. U Chicago. USA. 2000-2002.
Visitor Schoolar. U Chicago. USA. 2003.
Associate Professor. University of Santiago de Compostela (USC). Spain. 2002-2008. Tenure since January 2004.
Professor of Internal Medicine. TTUHSC. 2009-.
Acreditation as Full Professor. Internal Medicine. Endocrinology. Spain. UE. 2011

Clinical Interests

Endocrinology and Diabetes

Selected Publications:

  • Panikkath, Ragesh & Panikkath, Deepa & Sanchez-Iglesias, S & Araujo-Vilar, D & Lado, Joaquin (2016) An uncommon association of Familial Partial Lipodystrophy, dilated cardiomyopathy and conduction system disease. Journal of Investigative Medicine High Impact Case Reports, 4, 3, 2324709616658495.
  • Lado, Joaquin (2015) Alterations in thyroid hormone levels following growth hormone replacement are incompletely explained by changes in the activity of 5-deiodinase enzymes in subcutaneous fat. Ir J Med Sci .
  • Lado, Joaquin January (2015) Thyroid hormones are needed to sustain "inappropriately" normal TSH during non-thyroidal illness syndrome: a clinical observation in severely ill patients with primary hypothyroidism. Neuro endocrinology letters, 36, 1, 41-7.
  • Glynn, N & Kenny, H & Quisenberry, L & Halsall, D & Thompson, C & O'Gorman, D & Lado, Joaquin & Agha, A (2014) Alterations in thyroid hormone levels following growth hormone replacement are incompletely explained by changes in the activity of 5-deiodinase enzymes in subcutaneous fas. Ireland Journal of Medical Sciences.
  • Rivas, A & Mulkey, Zachary & Lado, Joaquin & Yarbrough, Shannon (2014) Diagnosing and managing low serum testosterone Baylor University Medical Center Proceedings, 27, 321-324.
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