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Assistant Program Director and Member, Clinical Competency Committee
Clinical Instructor in Medicine
Dr. Codario’s academic interests focus on improving the understanding and treatment of endocrine disorders, particularly those that impact veterans and their families within the Veterans Administration Healthcare System. To address these important issues, Dr. Codario uses the rich data repository and unique features of the Veterans Administration Healthcare System to assess clinical outcomes, quality measures, and patient satisfaction resulting from different healthcare delivery models and medical approaches.
Dr. Codario’s scholarly work has included evaluation of 1) the clinical effectiveness of U-500 insulin in the inpatient and outpatient setting, 2) the impact of testosterone prescribing practices on cardiovascular outcomes, and 3) the benefits of an impatient IV bisphosphate theapy protocol for patient with hip fracture. Dr. Codario also serves as a scholarly project mentor for trainees in the field of endocrinology and metabolism. this field.
Dr. Codario is interested in general endocrinology with a focus on diabetes, obesity, and male hypogonadism. He is involved in informal bedside and didactic teaching for fellows and residents on any and all topics in endocrinology plus formal lectures on a variety of topics including: male osteoporosis, hypothalamic obesity syndrome, pheochromocytoma, hypercalcemia of malignancy, gastrinoma, panhypopituitarism and hypophysitis, ectopic Cushing's syndrome, and diabetes.