Dr. Thomas M. O'Dorisio MD
Internist200 Hawkins Drive Room 426, General Ho Iowa City Iowa, 52242
Thomas M. O'Dorisio, MD, is the Director of the Neuroendocrine Tumor Program and Professor of Medicine within the University of Iowa. A distinguished endocrinologist of over 40 years, Dr. O'Dorisio has specific expertise in neuroendocrinology tumors and carcinoid tumors; neuroendocrinology being the treatment of disorders related to hormone imbalances. He has obtained certification from the American Board of Internal Medicine, and is eligible for certification in endocrinology as well. Dr. O'Dorisio has been made Master Clinician Consultant for The Endocrine Society for all of his extensive knowledge and skill in the field; as well as helps with classification on all tumor and cancers for the American Joint Commission on Cancer also.
Education and Training
American Board of Internal Medicine- Internal Medicine (Endocrinology Board Eligible)
Internal MedicineAmerican Board of Internal MedicineABIM
Areas of expertise and specialization
Faculty Titles & Positions
- Local Public Speaking, University of Iowa -
- Master Clinician Consultant, The Endocrine Society, 2015
- Helped with Classification on all Tumor and Cancers, American Joint Commission on Cancer, 8th Edition
- Ohio State University Medical Center
- Creighton University Affiliated Hospitals
- Ohio State University (Internal Medicine)
- Endocrinology, Ohio State University Affiliate Hospitals, Columbus, OH
- Creighton University
- Ohio State University (Endocrinology)
Professional Society Memberships
- Endocrine Society, American Association for Cancer Research
Articles and Publications
- Has been Published
What do you attribute your success to?
- His long time experience working with gastro hormones, as well as, somatostatin and betts conjure hormones.
Hobbies / Sports
Favorite professional publications
- New England Journal of Medicine
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