Dr. Daniel Okorodudu is a board-certified clinical endocrinologist practicing in Texas. He received his bachelor’s degree from Texas A&M University. Subsequently, he attended the University of Texas Medical Branch for medical school and residency in internal medicine. He then completed his fellowship in endocrinology, diabetes, and metabolism as well as his master’s degree in health science at Duke University.
Dr. Okorodudu is the co-founder of Black Men in White Coats and Diverse Medicine, and he is very passionate about educating and mentoring the next generation of African Americans aspiring to become medical doctors. Dr. Okorodudu has earned several honors, including membership in the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society, the National Medical Association Top Healthcare Professional Under 40 Award, and the Clear Creek Education Foundation Distinguished Alumni Award.
Dr. Okorodudu enjoys playing and watching sports and has received a number of awards for his hyperrealistic pencil drawings.
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