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Jennifer J. Bell, MD
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Pediatric Endocrinology & Metabolism, Baylor College of Medicine
|Baylor College of Medicine||Fellowship||Pediatric Endocrinology||2009|
|University of Florida – School of Medicine (Jacksonville)||Residency||Pediatrics||2002|
|Texas Tech University Health Science Center – School of Medicine||Medical School||Doctor of Medicine||1999|
|University of Texas at Austin||Bachelors||Bachelors of Arts in Biology||1995|
Patient care requires a team approach. Communication and coordination of care with patients, parents, school systems, community support groups, and medical providers is the key to providing quality care for the patient. Clinical research with institutions and industry along with national organizations provide access to additional resources for families and patients. Chronic illness such as diabetes and endocrinology have a strong educational component. Appropriate education and assess to materials for the patient care team is the key to improved outcomes. With emerging technology and education, a community based team for management of chronic disease is needed to support families and improve outcomes.
My clinical interests include use of diabetes technology for diabetes management, growth disorders, pubertal disorders, thyroid disorders and pituitary disorders.
|American Academy of Pediatrics||Member|
|American Diabetes Association||Member|
|American Society for Professionals in Patient Safety (ASPPS)||Member|
|Pediatric Endocrine Society||Member|
Gutenberg A, Bell JJ, Lupi, I, Tzou SC, Landek-Salgado MA, Kimura H, Su J, Karaviti LP, Salvatori R, Caturegli P. “Pituitary and Systemic Autoimmunity in a case of Intrasellar Germinoma.” Pituitary 2011 Dec;14(4):388-94. doi: 10.1007/s11102-009-0187-x. Epub 2009 May 26
Mauras N, Bell, J, Snow BG, Winslow KL. “Sperm Analysis in Growth Hormone Deficient Adolescents Previously Treated with Aromatose Inhibitor: Comparison with normal controls.” Fertility and Sterility 2005 Jul:84(1):239-42.
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