Cynthia Anne Burns, M.D.
Associate Professor, Endocrinology and Metabolism
education/training (all f, t,
Academic: 336-713-7251 | Department: 336-713-7251
Miller DP, Crandall SJ, Davis S, Ip E, Jamback G, Burns C, Kronner D, Marion G, Spangler JG, Vaden K, Vernon J, Vitolins MZ. NEW lifestyle: a downloadable teaching and learning program for Nutrition, Exercise, and Weight management [tutorial]. MedEdPORTAL. 2012;():ID9256.
Burns CA. Adrenal disease In: Alguire PC, ed. Internal medicine essentials for students: a companion to MKSAP for students 5. 3rd ed. Philadelphia: American College of Physicians: Clerkship Directors in Internal Medicine;2011: 51-55.
Fitch MT, Atkinson HH, Burns CA, Lambros MA. Association of institutional financial support of a core teaching faculty with educational productivity [research letter]. JAMA. 2010;304(11):1169-1170.
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*Dr. Burns is very good!
Would recommend *Dr. burns to EVERYONE!
Again overall wonderful.
*Dr. Burns is wonderful! My visits with her are always a good experience.
Very good visit.
Dr. Burns is one of the best Endocrinologist I have ever met in over 48 years of Diabetes. She is very caring and personable.