- Residency - UT Southwestern Medical Center (2012-2015), Internal Medicine
- Fellowship - UT Southwestern Medical Center (2015-2017), Endocrinology, Diabetes, Metabolism & Nutrition
- Medical School - UT Southwestern Medical School (2008-2012)
Li Song, M.D.
- Internal Medicine - Mineral Metabolism
- Medical Management of Kidney Stones
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Li Song, M.D., is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Internal Medicine at UT Southwestern Medical Center. She specializes in osteoporosis, osteopenia, calcium disorders, parathyroid disorders, and kidney stones.
Dr. Song earned her medical degree at UT Southwestern, where she also completed her residency in internal medicine, followed by advanced training through a fellowship in endocrinology, diabetes, and metabolism. During her fellowship, she received awards for Outstanding Achievement in Teaching, Research, and Patient Care.
Certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine in endocrinology, diabetes, and metabolism, Dr. Song joined the UT Southwestern faculty in 2017.
She has published several academic articles.
Outside of medicine, Dr. Song’s interests include traveling, cooking, hiking, crafts, and spending time with her family.
Education & Training
Professional Associations & Affiliations
- Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society
Honors & Awards
- Endocrine Fellows Foundation Preceptorship on Metabolic Bone Diseases 2017, Columbia University Medical Center
- Outstanding Achievement in Teaching Award 2017, UT Southwestern Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism Fellowship
- Outstanding Achievement in Research Award 2017, UT Southwestern Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism Fellowship
- Presidential Poster Competition Winner 2017, Endocrine Society, Orlando, Florida
- Outstanding Achievement in Patient Care 2016, UT Southwestern Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism Fellowship
- Alpha Omega Alpha 2011, UT Southwestern
Books & Publications
“Nephrolithiasis.” in Endotext
Feingold KR, Anawalt B, Boyce A, et al. (eds.) (2020), www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK279069/, MDText.com
- “Nephrolithiasis.” in Endotext
A 52-kDa leucyl aminopeptidase from treponema denticola is a cysteinylglycinase that mediates the second step of glutathione metabolism.
Chu L, Lai Y, Xu X, Eddy S, Yang S, Song L, Kolodrubetz D The Journal of biological chemistry 2008 Jul 283 28 19351-8
Premature coronary heart disease and autosomal dominant hypercholesterolemia: Increased risk in women with LDLR mutations.
Ahmad Z, Li X, Wosik J, Mani P, Petr J, McLeod G, Murad S, Song L, Adams-Huet B, Garg A Journal of clinical lipidology 2016 Jan-Feb 10 1 101-108.e3
Role of Aggregatibacter actinomycetemcomitans in glutathione catabolism.
Chu L, Xu X, Su J, Song L, Lai Y, Dong Z, Cappelli D Oral microbiology and immunology 2009 Jun 24 3 236-42
Glucocorticoid-responsive lymphocytic parathyroiditis and hypocalciuric hypercalcemia due to autoantibodies against the calcium-sensing receptor: a case report and literature review.
Song L, Liu L, Miller RT, Yan SX, Jackson N, Holt SA, Maalouf NM European journal of endocrinology 2017 Jul 177 1 K1-K6
24-Hour Urine Calcium in the Evaluation and Management of Nephrolithiasis.
Song L, Maalouf NM JAMA 2017 Aug 318 5 474-475
Misclassification of MODY3 as Type 1
Song L, McNulty JN, and Lingvay I. In Draznin B, Philipson LH, and McGill JB Atypical Diabetes 2018 100-108
HIV-1 disease-influencing effects associated with ZNRD1, HCP5 and HLA-C alleles are attributable mainly to either HLA-A10 or HLA-B*57 alleles.
Catano G, Kulkarni H, He W, Marconi VC, Agan BK, Landrum M, Anderson S, Delmar J, Telles V, Song L, Castiblanco J, Clark RA, Dolan MJ, Ahuja SK PloS one 2008 3 11 e3636
- A 52-kDa leucyl aminopeptidase from treponema denticola is a cysteinylglycinase that mediates the second step of glutathione metabolism.
- Medical Management of Kidney Stones
- Disorders of Calcium
- Magnesium and Phosphorus Metabolism
- Parathyroid Disorders
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