John Traian Nicoloff, MD
|Title||Professor of Medicine|
|School||Keck School of Medicine of USC|
Los Angeles California 90089-9520
|Phone||+1 626 993 2810|
|Title||Bernard J. Hanley Chair in Medicine|
Dr. Nicoloff's current research includes hormonal factors regulating human pituitary TSH release, mechanism of nonsuppressible thyroxine secretion, alternate routes of T4 and T3 metabolism, and significance of circulating serum thyroglobulin in the management of neoplastic and other thyroid disease states.
Dr. Nicoloff earned his medical degree from University of California, Los Angeles. Following his residency, he went on to complete a Metabolism Fellowship at University of Washington- Kings County Hospital.
|Lederle Laboratories||1956||Graduate Scholar|
|Nathan and Zora Zolen||1958||Medical Scholarship|
|American Thyroid Association||1984||Paul Starr Award|
|American Thyroid Association||2004||Distinguished Service Award|
|American Thyroid Association||2006||Thyroid Pathophysiology Medal|
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