Teaching Activities

Carla Demeterco, MD, PhD

Dr. Demeterco supervises medical students, residents and fellows in the endocrine/diabetes clinic and lectures at resident and fellow conferences. She also serves as Skaggs School of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences Preceptor.

Michael Gottschalk, MD, PhD

Dr. Gottschalk is the Pediatric Endocrinology Fellowship Program Director and Vice-Chair for Education in the Department of Pediatrics. As such, he is very involved in resident and fellow

education. He teaches in the first-year medical student Endocrinology Reproductive Medicine and Metabolism course, precepts medical students in the endocrine/diabetes clinic and is chair for a medical student independent study project. In addition, he was invited to speak at meetings of the Endocrine Society and has been interviewed on local television.

Andrew Hinton, PhD

Dr. Hinton teaches an online course in Stem Cell Biology at UCSD extension, and he mentors undergraduate researchers in his laboratory.

Kenneth Lee Jones, MD

Dr. Jones continues to work with students, rotating residents and pediatric endocrinology fellows in the pediatric diabetes and endocrinology clinics. He also spends one week each month as the inpatient attending physician on the pediatric endocrine/diabetes service. In this capacity, he rounds with the resident/student team for an hour each morning.

Thomas Kelly, MD

Dr. Kelly provides lectures to residents and fellows, and teaches in the endocrine/diabetes clinic and inpatient service. He serves as a mentor to a Medicine-Pediatric resident at UCSD. He also gives lectures in endocrinology to primary care physicians as an invited speaker at several conferences.

Jane Kim, MD

Dr. Kim provides lectures to residents and fellows, and teaches in the endocrine/diabetes clinic. She also serves on a fellowship scholarship oversight committee and is an instructor and mentor for undergraduate, graduate and medical students.

Karen Klein, MD

Dr. Klein teaches medical students, residents and fellows in the endocrinology clinic. She has served as a mentor for endocrine fellows and served on 2 fellowship scholarship oversight committees.

Maja Marinkovic, MD

Dr. Marinkovic teaches endocrine fellows, pediatric residents and medical students in inpatient and outpatient settings. She gives lectures for pediatricians, students and residents at pediatric grand rounds at Mercy Hospital. She has given lectures in the first-year medical student Endocrinology and Metabolism course. She served on the ISP committee.

Ron Newfield, MD

Dr. Newfield is responsible for organizing the three-year endocrinology-diabetes fellowship lecture series. He is also in charge of Journal Club. He is involved in medical student, resident and fellowship education. He serves on a fellowship scholarship oversight committee. He mentored a UCSD student volunteer, and together they published a manuscript, and had 2 abstracts accepted at 2 National meetings in 2013. He has given several presentations to local health professionals and presented at endocrine grand rounds.

Susan Phillips, MD

Dr. Phillips teaches medical students, interns, residents and fellows in the outpatient pediatric diabetes and endocrinology clinics as well as in the UCSD/VA diabetes outpatient clinic. She serves as an instructor in the Endocrinology and Metabolism course for first and second year medical students. She provides didactic lectures on a variety of topics in diabetes and endocrinology to rotating medical students, house staff and fellows at Rady’s and the VA Medical. She continues serve as an ISP to one student yearly and to mentor rotating undergraduates and medical students in the laboratory. Dr. Phillips also serves as a member of the core curriculum committee involved in the policy and administration of medical student education.

Maike Sander, MD

Dr. Sander is co-lecturer of the Stem Cell Biology Course that is mandatory for graduate students, postgraduate researchers, and clinical fellows who receive support by the California Institute of Regenerative Medicine (CIRM). She also teaches a core class for first year graduate students in the Biomedical Sciences Graduate Program and co-lectures a class in human genetics for medical students. Dr. Sander supervises postdoctoral fellows, graduate students, and undergraduate researchers in her laboratory.