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July 22, 2020

Think Neuro Podcast Mini: Cushing’s Disease with Dr. Katherine Araque

by Anthony Effinger

Show Notes

The Think Neuro podcast from Pacific Neuroscience Institute takes you into the clinic, operating room and laboratory with doctors and surgeons who are tackling the most challenging brain diseases and disorders. Our Think Neuro Podcast Minis give you bite-sized taste about PNI in addition to our full-length podcast episodes every Wednesday on your favorite podcast platform.

This week’s Think Neuro Podcast Mini guest is Dr. Katherine Araque, Director of Endocrinology at Pacific Neuroscience Institute. She oversees clinical trials and the clinical care of patients with endocrine conditions. Tune in as she walks us through her and the pituitary team’s process of helping patients with Cushing’s disease.

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About Dr. Katherine Araque

Katherine Araque, MD

Dr. Katherine Araque is a board-certified endocrinologist at Pacific Pituitary Disorders Center. As Director of Endocrinology at Pacific Neuroscience Institute, she oversees clinical trials and the clinical care of patients with endocrine conditions. Dr. Araque provides special expertise in clinical and research projects in the diagnosis and treatment of pituitary hormone deficiency in adults, Cushing’s disease, prolactinomas, acromegaly, sellar masses and other pituitary tumors. She is a member of the pituitary and endocrinology society.

More Information

For more information or to schedule an appointment, please visit the Pacific Pituitary Disorders Center or call 310- 582-7663.

About the Author

Anthony Effinger

Anthony Effinger

Think Neuro host Anthony Effinger is an award-winning health journalist who is fascinated with neuroscience and the workings of the brain. He won 1st Place in the 2006 Awards for Excellence in Health Care Journalism, from the Association of Health Care Journalists, for Playing the Odds, a piece on the various strategies used to treat prostate cancer.

Last updated: August 20th, 2020