Mimi Hu, MD graduated from Rice University with a degree in mechanical engineering. She obtained her medical degree from the University of Texas - Houston Health Sciences Center. She completed her residency and endocrine fellowship at Baylor College of Medicine, where she also served as chief medical resident. After completion of her research fellowship at MD Anderson, she joined the faculty in 2007 in the department of Endocrine Neoplasia and Hormonal Disorders. Dr. Hu's clinical expertise is in the evaluation and treatment of patients with thyroid carcinoma (differentiated and medullary), hereditary endocrine neoplasia disorders and metabolic bone and mineral disorders. She is the primary investigator and collaborator on multiple clinical trials evaluating various targeted therapies for advanced thyroid carcinoma. She has published articles and book chapters evaluating the management of medullary thyroid carcinoma, multiple endocrine neoplasia, bone health in cancer patients, endocrine complications of head and neck surgery, and paraneoplastic endocrine disorders. She is the director of the Oncologic Endocrine Fellowship program at MD Anderson, the first-of-its-kind training program to provide specialized education in the care and management of patients with endocrine neoplasias/cancers or endocrine complications from cancer or its treatments.