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Henry Burch, MD

Program Director
Division of Diabetes, Endocrinology
and Metabolic Diseases
The National Institute of Diabetes
and Digestive and Kidney Diseases
9000 Rockville Pike
Bethesda, Maryland, United States

Henry Burch is the Program Director in the division of diabetes, endocrinology, and metabolic diseases at National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney diseases (NIDDK). His clinical studies focus on the effects of lifestyle and health policy changes on type 2 diabetes, and clinical and laboratory studies on disorders of the thyroid. As director of healthy behaviors and policy effects on type 2 diabetes, his portfolio includes research involving behavioral strategies to prevent or treat type 2 diabetes in adults. 

Dr. Burch is a staff member of a research program “Clinical Research in Type 2 Diabetes”. Diabetes research in this program may include observational studies, efficacy and effectiveness trials, natural experiment evaluation, pragmatic trials, and implementation science at the patient, family, healthcare system, healthcare provider, or community level. This program includes grants to evaluate changes in health care systems and policies related to improving diabetes outcomes. In addition he serves as Director of Thyroid Research Program at the NIDDK. Thyroid research in this program may include non-neoplastic clinical, genetic, and mechanistic studies dealing with disorders of the thyroid.


Representative Publications:

Management of Graves Disease: A Review

Management of Graves’ Disease: An Overview and Comparison of Clinical Practice Guidelines With Actual Practice Trends

A 2011 Survey of Clinical Practice Patterns in the Management of Graves’ Disease

Bilateral External Laryngoceles Following Radioiodine Ablation for Graves Disease

Graves Disease in a US Army Special Forces Group

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