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Complications

 

The purpose of the American Diabetes Association's Interest Group on Complications is to provide a focus for Professional Section members who have special interest in the microvascular, macrovascular and other complications of diabetes; stimulate research on the pathophysiology and treatment of diabetes complications; disseminate scientific knowledge about diabetes complications; and provide guidelines for the assessment and treatment of diabetes complications.
 
 
Edwin Bierman Lectureship Award
 
This lecture is awarded in honor of the memory of Edwin L. Bierman, MD. Dr. Bierman was an exemplary scientist, mentor and leader in the field of diabetes, obesity, hyperlipidemia and atherosclerosis.
 
The award and lecture recognizes a leading scientist in the field of macrovascular complications and contributing risk factors in diabetes. Dr. Bierman is most notably remembered for his work on the physiologic and nutritional regulation of lipoprotein metabolism and the nature of lipid and lipoprotein disorders particularly in obesity and diabetes, and especially as these relate to atherosclerosis. He was also a pioneer using human cultured cells to study atherosclerosis. Dr.Bierman founded one of the leading journals in the area of atherosclerosis, namely Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology, and had a major impact on our understanding of diabetes and macrovascular disease. Learn more...


Nominations should be directed to Mary Merkin, Manager, Scientific and Medical at mmerkin@diabetes.org.


Past Awardees

2013–Joseph L. Witztum, MD

2012–Ronald M. Krauss, MD

2011–Theodore Mazzone, MD, FACP

2010–Ira J. Goldberg, MD

2009–Steven M. Haffner, MD

2008–Scott Grundy, MD, PhD

2007–Henry Ginsberg, MD

2006–Robert Eckel, MD


2005–John D. Brunzell, MD

2004–Marja-Riitta Taskinen, MD

2003–Alan Chait, MD

2002–Helen Vlassara, MD

2001–Maria Lopes-Virella, MD, PhD

2000–John A. Colwell, MD, PhD

1999–Barbara V. Howard, PhD



Focused Sessions and
Continuing Education Credit Offered at ADA Events
 
Topic-focused sessions on research and treatment of diabetes and its complications are offered. CE credit is available for these professional education activities at the live events, including the Annual Scientific Sessions. After the meeting, you may view these special sessions online.
 
View Online! - Webcast highlights from recent meetings include:
 
73rd Scientific Sessions (June 21-25, 2013 Chicago, Illinois)

73rd Scientific Sessions (June 21-25, 2013 Chicago, Illinois) 

72nd Scientific Sessions (June 8 - 12, 2012 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)  


Session:How to Ease the Pain of Diabetic Nerve Disease

71st Scientific Sessions (June 24 - 28, 2011 San Diego, California) 

 

Session:Ocular Complications

71st Scientific Sessions (June 24 - 28, 2011 San Diego, California) 


Presentation:Preventing Amputations in Diabetes (Speaker: Lee C. Rogers)

58th Annual Advanced Postgraduate Course (February 25 - 27, 2011 New York, New York)


Presentation:What Do Genetics Tell Us about the Presentation, Course, and Complications of Type 1 Diabetes?

(Speaker: George S. Eisenbarth)

70th Scientific Sessions (June 25 - 29, 2010 Orlando, Florida)

 


To view all live, online and print ADA Professional Education opportunities, please visit Professional Education.