Dr Paul Glendenning

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Paul graduated from Glasgow University in 1988. He completed fellowship training in endocrinology at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital in 1997 and fellowship training in chemical pathology at Royal Perth Hospital in 2003. Paul was awarded a PhD with distinction in 2000 from the University of Western Australia. His PhD thesis focused on vitamin D and calcium metabolism. In 2002, he was awarded the membership examination prize from the Australasian Association of Clinical Biochemists. Paul's clinical private endocrine practice is located at the WA Specialist Clinic in Osborne Park. His major clinical interests include osteoporosis, Paget's disease, primary hyperparathyroidism, endocrine hypertension and thyroid disease. He also has an interest in general endocrinology, adrenal, pituitary and reproductive disorders. Paul is the author of over 50 abstracts, peer reviewed publications and book chapters, and is on the editorial board of Clinical Biochemist Reviews. Paul joined Clinipath Pathology in January 2008 as a sessional chemical pathologist. He is also a sessional consultant pathologist at Royal Perth Hospital.

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Checking for Markers of Bone Turnover

Markers of bone turnover, measured in blood or urine, correlate with changes in the metabolic activity of bone. ... View more
Dr Paul Glendenning | 16 May 2018
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