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Wenyu Huang MD, PhD

Assistant Professor, Division of Endocrinology, Metabolism and Molecular Medicine
Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine
Chicago, IL

About Wenyu Huang MD, PhD

Wenyu Huang, MD, PhD is an Assistant Professor, Division of Endocrinology, Metabolism and Molecular Medicine at Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago, IL. Dr. Huang also serves as Director of Northwestern University’s Comprehensive Metabolic Core.

Dr. Huang received his medical degree at Beijing Medical University in China. He completed neurosurgery residencies at First Hospital of Beijing Medical University and Beijing Tiantan Hospital. Dr. Huang completed an internal medicine internship and residency, and Endocrinology Fellowship at Northwestern University where he received a PhD in Neuroscience. Throughout his academic career, Dr. Huang has received many awards, honors, and distinctions.

Dr. Huang is an active member of prestigious societies including The Endocrine Society, American Diabetes Association (ADA), and American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists (AACE). He is a reviewer for many journals, including Thyroid, Pituitary, Diabetes, Journal of Neuroscience, Chronobiology International, American Journal of Physiology-Endocrinology and Metabolism, and Journal of Biological Rhythm.

Furthermore, Dr. Huang mentors PhD, master degree and undergraduate students in biomedical research.

Publications

Peer-reviewed Journal Articles

  1. Wallia A, Bizhanova A, Huang W, Goldsmith SL, Gossett DR, Kopp P. Acute diabetes insipidus mediated by vasopressinase after placental abruption. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism. 2013;98(3):881-886.
  2. Huang W, Molitch ME. Evaluation and management of galactorrhea. American Family Physician. 2012;85(11):1073-1080.
  3. Huang W, Ramsey KM, Marcheva B, Bass J. Circadian rhythms, sleep and metabolism (Review). Journal of Clinical Investigation. 2011;121(6):2133-2141. 
  4. Huang W, Leptin treatment improves multiple metabolic abnormalities associated with acquired generalized lipodystrophy. Endo Trends. 2011;18:4-5.
  5. Huang W, Acosta-Martínez M, Levine JE. Ovarian steroids stimulate adenosine triphosphate-sensitive potassium (KATP) channel subunit gene expression and confer responsiveness of the gonadotropin-releasing hormone pulse generator to KATP channel modulation. Endocrinology. 2008;149(5):2423-2432.
  6. Huang W, Acosta-Martínez M, Horton TH, Levine JE. Fasting-Induced Suppression of LH Secretion Does Not Require Activation of ATP-Sensitive Potassium (KATP) Channels. American Journal of Physiology-Endocrinology and Metabolism. 2008;295(6):E1439-1446.
  7. Shi X, Huang W, Treatment of syndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone (SIADH) after completely resection of craniopharyngioma. Chinese Journal of Minimally Invasive Neurosurgery. 2003;8(7):300-302. (in Chinese)
  8. Shi X, Rhoton AL Jr, Huang W. Microsurgical anatomy of the perforating arteries on the third ventricular floor. National Medical Journal of China. 2002;82(5):304-7 (in Chinese).
  9. Shi X, Huang W, Wang Z. Preservation of the hypothalamic structures in the total resection of craniopharyngioma. Chinese Medical Science Journal. 2001;16(4):218-222.
  10. Huang W, Shi X. Treatment of sodium disorders after surgery of craniopharyngiomas. Chinese Medical Science Journal. 2000;15(4):246-248.
  11. Shi X, Wang Z, Huang W. Treatment of water and sodium disorders after complete resection of craniopharyngiomas. Chinese Journal of Neurosurgery. 2000;16(4):210-212. (in Chinese)
  12. Huang W, Zhao J.  The nervous system complications of AIDS. Journal of International Neurology and Neurosurgery. 2000;27(4):222-224. (in Chinese)

Book Chapter

  1. Hong HK, Huang W, Ramsey KM, Bass J. 2012. “Clock Genes and Energy Metabolism” in Priyattam J. Shiromani, Tamas Horvath, Susan Redline and Eve van Cauter, Editors, Sleep Loss and Obesity: Social and Medical Costs. 2012;13-32. (Springer)

Conference Abstracts

  1. Huang W, Ramsey KM, et al. “Circadian control of the Homeostatic Refeeding Response and Peripheral Insulin sensitivity”. The 73rd Scientific Session of the American Diabetes Association, Chicago, IL 2013.
  2. Huang W, Cheng L, et al. “Neural and genetic basis of circadian regulation of mammalian glucose homeostasis”. The American Society for Clinical Investigation/Association of American Physician Joint Meeting, Chicago, IL 2013.
  3. Bizhanova A, Wallia A, Huang W, et al. “Acute diabetes insipidus associated with placental abruption mediated by release of vasopressinase into the maternal blood stream”. 94th Endocrine Society Annual Meeting, Houston, TX, 2012. (Selected for Presidential Award).
  4. Huang W, Cheng L, et al, “Neural and genetic basis of circadian regulation of mammalian glucose homeostasis.” 5th Annual Chicago Diabetes Day, Chicago, IL, 2011.
  5. Foecking EM, Huang W, Levine JE. “Prenatal androgen exposure does not attenuate progesterone’s negative feedback effects on pulsatile luteinizing hormone secretion in female rats.” 6th International Congress of Neuroendocrinology, Pittsburgh, PA, 2006.
  6. Huang W, Levine JE. “Effects of ovariectomy and fasting on pulsatile GnRH release in the mouse.” 35th Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, Washington DC, 2005.
  7. Levine JE, Foecking E, Chamberlin M, Huang W. “Neuroendocrine consequences of prenatal androgen exposure in rodents.” 38th The Society for the Study of Reproduction Annual Meeting, Quebec City, Canada, 2005. 
  8. Huang W, Levine JE. “KATP channels are subject to transcriptional regulation by combined estrogen and progesterone. “86th Endocrine Society Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, 2004.
  9. Huang W, Levine JE. “Evidence for involvement of hypothalamic KATP channels in ovarian steroid feedback suppression of the GnRH pulse generator.” 25th Annual Minisymposium on Reproductive Biology. Chicago, IL, 2004.

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