Dr. Grogan is an endocrine surgeon at the University of Chicago, where he performs operations for thyroid, parathyroid, adrenal, and endocrine pancreas disease. In addition to being a practicing surgeon he is also the Director of the Endocrine Surgery Research Program that encompasses translational and health services research. He is the founder and Co-PI of the North American Thyroid Cancer Survivorship Study, a longitudinal cohort study that investigates the short and long-term psychosocial effects of a thyroid cancer diagnosis. This is the largest such longitudinal cohort study in the United States. Dr. Grogan recently completed the University of Chicago MacLean Ethics fellowship under the mentorship of Drs. Mark Siegler and Peter Angelos. As one of only a small number of surgeons currently performing an innovative new transoral thyroidectomy procedure in the United States, Dr. Grogan also has an interest in exploring the ethical considerations of surgical innovation.