MSU professor to receive Outstanding Clinical Endocrinologist Award
Ved Gossain, MSU Swartz professor of medicine, will receive the Outstanding Clinical Endocrinologist Award presented by the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists on May 27.
The presentation will take place at AACE’s 25th annual Scientific and Clinical Congress located in Orlando, Florida. This award is given in recognition of exceptional knowledge and expertise in the field of clinical endocrinology, dedicated and compassionate care provided to patients with endocrine diseases and active advocacy of AACE’s mission in both professional and public environments.
Gossain established the Endocrinology Fellowship Program at MSU and served as the program director from its inception in 2006 to 2013. He has an international reputation in the field of endocrinology and has been a visiting professor to Guy’s Hospital in London, as well as institutions throughout India.
Additionally, Gossain has been an active clinical researcher, publishing more than 80 papers and several book chapters. He has served on the editorial board of the International Journal of Diabetes in Developing Countries and has been a reviewer for several journals.
Before beginning the fellowship program at MSU, Gossain started as an assistant professor in 1975. He later became a full professor in 1982 and served as chief of the Division of Endocrinology from 1996-2015.