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Colleen Majewski, MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine

Colleen Majewski, MD, is an endocrinologist with a particular interest in the diagnosis and management of high blood pressure. She provides the highest level of care for patients who have hypertension in addition to other complex conditions, including type 2 diabetes.

Dr. Majewski's research focuses on the interaction between adipocytes (fat cells) and aldosterone (a hormone that helps the kidneys to regulate salt-water balance). By studying these important endocrine functions, she hopes to develop targeted therapies to reduce the incidence of obesity-related diseases.

Practice Locations

Duchossois Center for Advanced Medicine
5758 S. Maryland Avenue
Chicago, IL 60637

150 E. Huron Street
Suite 900
Chicago, IL 60611

Year Started Practice


Board Certifications

Internal Medicine
Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism

Medical School

Jefferson Medical College, Thomas Jefferson University

Internship and Residency

McGaw Medical Center (Northwestern University), Chicago (internal medicine)


The University of Chicago Medicine (endocrinology and hypertension)


American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists
American Society of Hypertension
The Endocrine Society

Language Spoken



Office Phone

(773) 702-6138

Office Fax

(773) 834-0486

Office Postal Address

Colleen Majewski, MD
The University of Chicago Medicine
5841 S. Maryland Avenue, MC 1027
Chicago, IL 60637

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Clinical Interests

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Read More About Dr. Majewski

As part of the Comprehensive Hypertension Center, Dr. Majewski and her colleagues develop individualized treatment plans for patients who have high blood pressure that is difficult to manage.

Selected Publications

View a partial list of Dr. Majewski's (Dr. Flynn's) publications through the National Library of Medicine's PubMed online database.