Israel Hodish MD

Assistant Professor, Internal Medicine
Specialties: 
Endocrinology, Internal Medicine
Clinical Interests:

The management of endocrine diseases, particularly beta-cell related diseases, including diabetes and hypoglycemia.

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Locations

U of M Internal Medicine Metabolism, Endocrinology & Diabetes

Domino's Farms
24 Frank Lloyd Wright Dr, GPS: 4000 Ave Maria Drive
Ann Arbor
MI
48106
Phone:
866-266-5221

Credentials

Medical School or Training

  • Hebrew University-Hadassah Medical School, 1994

Residency

  • Sheba Hospital, Internal Medicine, 2001

Fellowship

  • IM Endocrinology, Metabolism & Diabetes, University of Michigan Health System, 2007

Research

Dr. Hodish is actively involved in translational and clinical research in diabetes, with a focus on type 2 diabetes management and technology transfer. He is a principal investigator in several clinical trials.

Biography

Israel Hodish, MD, PhD is an assistant professor in the Division of Metabolism, Endocrinology & Diabetes (MEND), University of Michigan Health System. Dr. Hodish received his bachelor and MD degrees at the Hadassah Medical School at the Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel, in 1996. Following residency training in internal medicine, Dr. Hodish completed his PhD degree in 2006 in the field of anti-angiogenic gene therapy at the Sackler School of Medicine, Tel-Aviv University, Tel-Aviv, Israel.

Dr. Hodish performed his fellowship training at the Division of Metabolism, Endocrinology and Diabetes, University of Michigan, and joined the faculty in 2007.

Dr. Hodish's area of greatest clinical expertise is in the management of endocrine diseases, particularly beta-cell related diseases, including diabetes and hypoglycemia.

Dr. Hodish is a co-founder of Hygieia Inc., located in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The company has created a novel system for accessible, safe, and effective insulin therapy. This system was designed to circumvent the main impediment in insulin management, namely lack of time and expertise in providing frequent insulin dosage adjustments.

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