3 Day Virtual Event featuring Cutting Edge Presentations from Leading Doctors, Researchers and Experts in the Field of HypoPARAthyroidism
Dr. Mishaela Rubin
Dr. Rubin graduated from Barnard College in 1991 and obtained her medical degree from Columbia University's College of P&S in 1995. She went on to do her medical residency and Endocrine Fellowship at Columbia University. She subsequently joined the faculty of Columbia University's Endocrine Division in 2002 as a member of the Metabolic Bone Diseases Unit. In 2006 she completed a Master's degree in statistics at the Mailman School of Public Health and in 2008 she became an Irving Scholar. She has published extensively in the metabolic bone disease field, co-authoring 31 original papers and receiving grant support from the NIH and the FDA. One of her research focuses is the treatment of hypoparathyroidism, a rare endocrine disorder. Her work in this field contributed to the recent FDA approval of a new treatment for hypoparathyroid patients.