Jerome M. Feldman
Professor Emeritus of Medicine
My work involves the natural history, diaginoses, and therapy of patients with neuroendocrene tumors such as carcinoid tumors and pheochromocytomas. I also am interested in research aspects of diabetes, adrenal cortical disease and pituitory gland disease. My approach has been to make detailed biochemical measurements on patients with the above described diseases in my research lab over my 30 years at Duke. I am now preparing manuscripts containing correlation of data with clinical illness. My data bases contain information on 793 patients with carcinoid turmors and 130 patients with pheorchromocytonics.
I have done and contiune to do post marketing clinical trials on hypoglycernic medications, octreotide, and alphainterfewn. I am recongized as a national expert on neuroendocrene tumors as well as deibetes mellitus.
Key words: Neuroendocrine Tumors, carcinoid tumors, pheochromocytonics, diabetes, hypoglycemic agents, serotonin, catecholamines.
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