Research and Education
The Endocrine Surgery Program at the University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics has been providing nationally recognized care and innovative services to its patients for over a decade. In the last five years alone the Endocrine Program surgeons have performed more than 2,200 operations of the thyroid, parathyroid and adrenal glands.
It was here at University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics that minimally-invasive techniques used in most endocrine surgeries today were introduced to the state of Wisconsin.
Current Research Initiatives
Among our current research initiatives are efforts to investigate the development, progression, and treatment of endocrine tumors including gastrointestinal carcinoids, thyroid cancer, adrenal cancer and pancreatic islet cell tumors.
Learn more about our research: University of Wisconsin - Department of Surgery: Laboratory of Dr. Herbert Chen.
To learn more about current research initiatives, faculty and scientists, research awards and funding opportunities, refer to: UW Department of Surgery: Research Initiatives
Read more about the research papers published by the endocrine surgeons at the University of Wisconsin.
The Thyroid Gland