Meet the Expert
Meet the Expert sessions are an opportunity for you to watch and listen to leading experts in the field of advanced technologies and treatments for diabetes, as they share their research observations, perspectives, insights and clinical expertise on a more one-to-one level.
For this module we invited Professor Pratik Choudhary to talk about 'Barriers of Hypoglycemia'
Professor Pratik Choudhary is Professor of Diabetes at the University of Leicester, working with the team at the Leicester Diabetes Research Centre.
Alongside this role, he holds a position at King's College London, leads a work-package within the EU-funded HYPORESOVLE consortium, is currently chair of the UK Diabetes Technology Network, member of the EASD postgraduate education committee, Associate Editor for Diabetic Medicine and member of the Secretary of State for Transport's Medical Advisory Panel for diabetes.
His clinical and academic interests revolve around type 1 diabetes and technology, with academic and clinical projects that integrate education, psychology and technology. He has a particular interest in helping embed new technology into clinical practice, to support health care providers as well as people living with diabetes.
In this module, we invited Professor Moshe Phillip to talk to us about the implementation of new technologies in the care of insulin-treated people with diabetes.Professor Phillip is co-chairman of the International Conference for Advanced Technologies and Treatments of Diabetes (ATTD). Professor Phillip is a leading endocrinologist and the director of Israel’s Institute for Endocrinology and Diabetes at Schneider Children's Medical Center, with over 20 years of clinical experience treating type 1 diabetes patients using insulin pumps and continuous glucose sensors.
In this module, we feature an interview with Professor Jay Skyler, who discusses what we are the latest developments in medications preventing or delaying new-onset diabetes, and what are some the challenges clinicians can expect while clinical trials are underway.
Dr. Jay S. Skyler is a Professor of Medicine, Pediatrics, & Psychology at the University of Miami, Miami, Florida, in the Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes, & Metabolism in the Department of Medicine, of which he was the Director from 2000 to 2004; and Deputy Director for Clinical Research and Academic Programs in the Diabetes Research Institute. For 22 years, Dr. Skyler also served as Study Chairman for the National Institute of Diabetes & Digestive & Kidney Diseases Type 1 Diabetes clinical trials network, conducting clinical trials to prevent type 1 diabetes or interdict the type 1 diabetes disease process.
In this module, we invited Dr. Revital Nimri to talk to us about the human factor in the use of diabetes technology.
Dr Revital Nimri is a senior pediatric endocrinologist and diabetes expert focusing solely on new and innovative technologies for treatment of type 1 diabetes. Her vast experience and contributions in the development of automated insulin delivery systems, the MD-Logic closed-loop system and other decision support systems, regards Dr Nimri as a renowned expert among her international peers. In addition, Dr. Nimri has significant experience and knowledge in designing and performing clinical studies including multi-center & multinational studies.
In this module, we invited Dr. Korey Hood to talk to us about the human factor in the use of diabetes technology.
Dr. Korey Hood is a clinical psychologist and researcher at Stanford University, where he is Professor of Pediatrics and Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences. In this interview, Dr. Hood offers his expertise and considerations for future research and clinical care that is aimed at promoting health and quality of life outcomes for PWD.
In this module, we invited ATTD Chairperson, Prof. Battelino to talk to us about Time in Range.
Tadej Battelino is a Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Ljubljana’s Faculty of Medicine and the University Children's Hospital in Slovenia, with over 20 years of experience and expertise in diabetology, pediatrics, and medical technology.
In this module, we invited Professor Satish Garg to talk to us about NAFLD/NASH.
Satish Garg is a Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics at the University of Colorado. Prof. Garg is also Director of the Adult Diabetes program at the Barbara Davis Center for Diabetes, and is the Editor-in-Chief of Diabetes Technology and Therapeutics
Journal - the official journal of the ATTD Conference.
In this module, we invited Dr Steven Edelman to talk to us about New Insulin Analogues.
Steven V. Edelman, MD, is Professor of Medicine in the Division of Endocrinology and Metabolism at the University of California, San Diego. He is also the Director of the Diabetes Care Clinic at the Veteran's Affairs Medical Center in San Diego. Dr. Edelman is Founder and Executive Director of Taking Control of Your Diabetes, a series of educational and motivational conferences and health fairs for people living with diabetes.
In this module, we invited Professor Paul Wadwa to talk to us about the Artificial Pancreas system.
Paul Wadwa is the medical director of the pediatric clinic and director of the telemedicine program at the Barbara Davis Center. Prof.Wadwa specialises in Pediatrics - Pediatric Endocrinology at Children's Hospital Colorado, University of Colorado Hospital.
In this module, we invited Professor Bruce Bode to talk to us about Blood Glucose Monitoring and Glycemic Controls used in the Hospital.Bruce Bode, MD, FACE is a diabetes specialist with the Atlanta Diabetes Associates in Atlanta, GA and is a clinical associate professor at Emory University in the Department of Medicine.