Stanley G Korenman

Title(s)Professor, Medicine
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    Princeton University, Princeton, NJA.B.1954Philosophy and Mathematics
    Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, NYMD1958
    Cornell Division, Bellevue and Memorial Hospitals, New York, N.Y.Intern & Resident1961Medicine
    NIH/NCI, Bethesda, M.D.Clinical Associate1963Endocrinology Branch
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    1950Finalist, Westinghouse Science Talent Search
    Princeton University 1954Summa Cum Laude
    Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons 1956Josiah H. Macy Fellowship
    Endocrine Society2000Educator of the Year Award
    UCLA School of Medicine2005Distinguished Educator Award
    UCLA Medical Alumni Association 2006Distinguished Service Award

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    Dr. Korenman was a Westinghouse (now Regeneron) Science Talent Search Finalist. He Graduated from Princeton, Summa Cum Laude and attended medical school at Columbia, P&S. He completed his clinical training in Internal Medicine at Bellevue and Memorial Hospitals in New York.

    He became a Clinical Associate and Senior Investigator in the Endocrinology Branch of the National Cancer Institute (now CHD). He joined the UCLA faculty in 1966 at Harbor General Hospital as Assistant and then Associate Professor. He moved to the University of Iowa in 1970 where he was Professor of Medicine and Biochemistry only to return to UCLA as Professor of Medicine and Chair of the Department of Medicine at the newly formed San Fernando Valley Program and Chief of Medicine at the Sepulveda VA Medical Center. During that time he also developed and directed the UCLA Medical Scientist Training Program and became Associate Dean. He moved to the Center for the Health Sciences as Associate Dean for Educational Development and then became Chief of Endocrinology and Metabolism of the program at the Center for the Health Sciences. During the course of his career he has been active in the Endocrine Society as a member of the Council, Founding chair of the Ethics Committee and recipient of the Distinguished Teaching Award.

    At present he is Associate Dean for Ethics with a special interest in research ethics and directs the Ethics consultation service of the CTSI. He continues an active general endocrine practice but focuses on Reproductive Endocrinology from the viewpoint of internal medicine. That includes in males, symptomatic reduced hormone secretion, gynecomastia, infertility and erectile dysfunction and in the female PCOS, abnormal or absent menstrual cycles, menopause, perimenopause, hirsutism, alopecia, and their consequences. He also has a substantial practice involving the endocrine aspects of gender transition.

    At present, Dr. Korenman’s active research involves transgender patients. The goal is to learn in more detail what these patients actually want in terms of phenotypic and emotional changes and to design personalized therapeutic (hormonal) approaches with measurable results. Considering the great variability found when addressing goals with patients, therapeutic initiatives are expected to expand.

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    UCLA-Caltech Medical Scientist Training Program
    NIH T32GM008042Jul 1, 1983 - Jun 30, 2024
    Role: Co-Principal Investigator
    SHORT-TERM RESEARCH
    NIH T35HL007505May 1, 1980 - Apr 30, 1990
    Role: Principal Investigator
    HORMONAL INTERACTIONS IN THE UTERUS
    NIH R01HD009285Sep 1, 1978 - Aug 31, 1986
    Role: Principal Investigator

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    1. Ethics of organ procurement from the unrepresented patient population. J Med Ethics. 2019 11; 45(11):751-754. Raho JA, Brown-Saltzman K, Korenman SG, Weiss F, Orentlicher D, Lin JA, Moreno EA, Nuri-Robins K, Stein A, Schnell KE, Diamant AL, Weiss IK. PMID: 31506293.
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    2. Depression in Nonclassical Hypogonadism in Young Men. J Endocr Soc. 2018 Nov 01; 2(11):1306-1313. Korenman SG, Grotts JF, Bell DS, Elashoff DA. PMID: 30430144.
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    3. Multifactorial hypercalcemia and literature review on primary hyperparathyroidism associated with lymphoma. Case Rep Endocrinol. 2014; 2014:893134. Maletkovic J, Isorena JP, Palma Diaz MF, Korenman SG, Yeh MW. PMID: 24716007.
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    4. A pregnant dilemma: primary hyperparathyroidism due to parathyromatosis in pregnancy. Endocr Pract. 2014 Feb; 20(2):e14-7. Edling KL, Korenman SG, Janzen C, Sohsman MY, Apple SK, Bhuta S, Yeh MW. PMID: 24013984.
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    5. Variants identified in a GWAS meta-analysis for blood lipids are associated with the lipid response to fenofibrate. PLoS One. 2012; 7(10):e48663. Aslibekyan S, Goodarzi MO, Frazier-Wood AC, Yan X, Irvin MR, Kim E, Tiwari HK, Guo X, Straka RJ, Taylor KD, Tsai MY, Hopkins PN, Korenman SG, Borecki IB, Chen YD, Ordovas JM, Rotter JI, Arnett DK. PMID: 23119086.
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    6. Polycystic ovarian syndrome: the next cardiovascular dilemma in women? Endocrinol Metab Clin North Am. 2006 Sep; 35(3):611-31, x. Srikanthan P, Korenman S, Davis S. PMID: 16959589.
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    7. Management of the cardinal features of andropause. Am J Ther. 2006 Mar-Apr; 13(2):145-60. Mooradian AD, Korenman SG. PMID: 16645432.
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    8. beta-Cell function: a key pathological determinant in polycystic ovary syndrome. J Clin Endocrinol Metab. 2005 Jan; 90(1):310-5. Goodarzi MO, Erickson S, Port SC, Jennrich RI, Korenman SG. PMID: 15507511.
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    9. Peripheral thyroid hormones and response to selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors. J Psychiatry Neurosci. 2004 Sep; 29(5):383-6. Gitlin M, Altshuler LL, Frye MA, Suri R, Huynh EL, Fairbanks L, Bauer M, Korenman S. PMID: 15486607.
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    10. Research in children: assessing risks and benefits. Pediatr Res. 2004 Aug; 56(2):165-6. Korenman SG. PMID: 15266046.
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    11. Epidemiology of erectile dysfunction. Endocrine. 2004 Mar-Apr; 23(2-3):87-91. Korenman SG. PMID: 15146084.
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    12. Surrogate consent for living related organ donation. JAMA. 2004 Feb 11; 291(6):728-31. Brown-Saltzman K, Diamant A, Fineberg IC, Gritsch HA, Keane M, Korenman S, Lewis M, Morgan M, Rothenberg L, Tymchuk A, Weiss F, Weiss I, Wenger N, Wiley F, UCLA Medical Center Ethics Committee , UCLA Renal Transplant Program . PMID: 14871917.
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    13. The importance of insulin resistance in polycystic ovary syndrome. Fertil Steril. 2003 Aug; 80(2):255-8. Goodarzi MO, Korenman SG. PMID: 12909480.
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    14. Relative impact of insulin resistance and obesity on cardiovascular risk factors in polycystic ovary syndrome. Metabolism. 2003 Jun; 52(6):713-9. Goodarzi MO, Erickson S, Port SC, Jennrich RI, Korenman SG. PMID: 12800096.
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    15. Depression in women with polycystic ovary syndrome: clinical and biochemical correlates. J Affect Disord. 2003 May; 74(3):299-304. Rasgon NL, Rao RC, Hwang S, Altshuler LL, Elman S, Zuckerbrow-Miller J, Korenman SG. PMID: 12738050.
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    16. Reproductive hormones in the early menopausal transition: relationship to ethnicity, body size, and menopausal status. J Clin Endocrinol Metab. 2003 Apr; 88(4):1516-22. Randolph JF, Sowers M, Gold EB, Mohr BA, Luborsky J, Santoro N, McConnell DS, Finkelstein JS, Korenman SG, Matthews KA, Sternfeld B, Lasley BL. PMID: 12679432.
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