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Take part in a deep dive into the fields of endocrinology and hormone management and the newer science of Intracrinology through this advanced, course. Led by renowned scientists, researchers, and clinicians, participants will examine the metabolites and receptor actions of the major reproductive hormones and will learn to define the various actions of the hormone and metabolites on translational physiological function. This course will also aspire to connect the various hormonal axes from the hypothalamus, pituitary to final organ action and examine the role of insulin, IGF, and various hormones such as growth hormone and oxytocin. Finally, a systems biology approach at each major body system will be discussed to elicit the cellular actions of these hormones on various tissues and organs.

This course is the next level in developing your expertise in hormone management and will leave you better equipped to solve your more complicated hormonal cases.


  • Examine the role of receptor type and locations of the major reproductive hormones.
  • Refine your knowledge of hormone metabolites and their role in various physiological actions and illnesses.
  • Analyze the additional hormones in the symphony and their contribution to wellness or disease.
  • Discuss the broad ranging effects of hormones across cells, tissues, and organs.
  • Outline treatment options to optimal bone health.
  • Define the role of intracrinology and the ability of the body to synthesize hormones on demand in various tissues.


Estrogen Receptors and Their Actions: A Deeper Dive
Ken Korach, PhD
Progesterone, Pregnenolone and their Metabolites and Actions: The Story Expanded
D. Lindsey Berkson, DC, CNS, DACBN
Testosterone Metabolites, Physiological Actions and Clinical Applications Especially Breast Cancer
Jennifer Landa, MD
How the Hypothalamus and Pineal Gland Control Aging
Sheldon Jordan, MD
Mineralocorticoids - POTS/Dysautonomia/Hearing Loss: The Untold Story
Hasan Abdallah, MD
GLP-1 Agonists - The New Science
Tracie Leonhardt, DO
The Various Types of Hypothyroidism: A Review
Barbie Barrett, MD
Melatonin's Dual Neuroendocrine Role as an Endogenous Nighttime Circadian Anticancer Signal and Exogenous Therapeutic Agent
David Blask, MD, PhD
Oxytocin - The New Hormone on the Block with Novel Clinical Applications
Traci Leonhardt, DO
Hormonal Effects on the Musculoskeletal System
Ingrid Kohlstaht, MD, MPH
Parathyroid Disease: An Update
Pamela W. Smith, MD, MPH, MS
Hormonal Effects on the Gut and Microbiome
D. Lindsey Berkson, DC, CNS, DACBN
Hormonal Effects on the Kidney
James Lavalle, RPh, CCN
The Spectrum of Adrenal Dysfunction from Addison’s to Cushing’s Disease
Theodore C. Friedman, MD, PhD
Growth Hormone Uses in Adult-Onset Deficiency
Theodore C. Friedman, MD, PhD
Male Hormones and Effects on the Cardiovascular System
Joel Kahn, MD
Female Hormones, CV Disease and the Glycocalyx
Doreen Saltiel, MD, JD


Module I-B: A Deeper Dive into the Intricacies of the Endocrine System - On-Demand
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