Kyra Becker, MD, program committee chair, interviews Michael Hill, MD, principle investigator, about the results of the ESCAPE trial, which he presented at the International Stroke Conference 2015 in Nashville, TN
ADA TV was honored to interview Barbara B. Kahn, MD – this year’s recipient of the prestigious Banting Award. We ask Dr. Kahn about her lecture, “Adipose Tissue, Inter-Organ Communication, and the Path to Type 2 Diabetes” - as well as her plans for future research.
Stefan Richard Bornstein, MD, PhD, gives ENDO TV the latest on the new clinical practice guidelines for Adrenal Insufficiency. Dr. Bornstein tells ENDO TV that Adrenal Insufficiency is often overlooked and practitioners should not always wait for diagnostics. Watch here to learn more.
ADA TV asked attendees of the 76th Scientific Sessions in New Orleans, Louisiana how the association has meaningfully influenced their life and career.
日時 ： H26.2.26
場所 ： 高知共済会館 桜の間
演者 ： 看護師 野波利佳
演題 ： 実践ビデオで学ぶ「岡村式フットケア」－測定・実技実習を含めて－
Richard J. Santen, MD, kicked off this important plenary focusing on Menopause on Thursday, March 5, 2015 at the San Diego Convention Center. The Plenary was split into two parts – James Ingle talked about genomics, pharmagenomics, and funcational genomics and its implications for precision medicine. Joann Manson talked about clinical and biomarker data that inform decision making for menopause management.
Zorina Galis, PhD, Chief of the NHLBI Vascular Biology and Hypertension Research Branch, and Muredach Reilly, MBBCH, MSCE, program chair for ATVB/PVD 2015, provide expert perspectives on the science presented at the meeting this year in San Francisco, with an emphasis on a number of opportunities during the meeting for spurring the translation basic ATVB and PVD science into new therapies for patients.
Veronique L. Roger, MD, MPH and Samuel Giddings, MD, co-chairs for Epidemiology and Prevention | Lifestyle and Cardiometabolic Health 2015, discuss some of the major insights about the current state of cardiovascular health science they learned during the meeting in Baltimore.
Ronglih Liao, PhD, and Mark Sussman, PhD, moderators of a session on Sources of New Myocytes in Diseased Hearts, discuss what the various successful approaches to myocyte generation suggest for the possibility of identifying the underlying mechanisms and the potential development new treatment options for patients.
石井 均 先生 奈良県立医科大学 糖尿病学講座 教授
山﨑 真裕 先生 京都府立医科大学 内分泌・代謝内科学 学内講師
Serge Jabbour 先生 Thomas Jefferson University, USA
Stephan Jacob 先生 University of Tubingen,Germany
Mark Creager, MD, president of the American Heart Association, interviews Gary Gibbons, director, NHLBI/NIH, about his keynote lecture, "Building on the NHLBI Legacy of Hypertension Research: Charting Our Future Together," which he presented at Hypertension 2015 in Washington, DC. The address focused on recent advances like the SPRINT trial and other opportunities for collaboration between the NHLBI and the AHA both past and present.
Over the past 50 years, almost everything has changed for Americans with diabetes—from how they test their glucose levels to how long they can expect to live. We take a look at all the progress that has been made. Rhonda Anderson reports from Boston.
ADA TV interviews Javier LaFontaine, DPM, Chair of the Sunday, June 7, 2015 symposium titled, “ABC’s of the Diabetic Foot" at ADA 2015. Dr. LaFontaine tells ADA TV the key messages attendees should take away from the session.
講師：富山県厚生農業協同組合連合会高岡病院 整形外科医 診療部長 鳥畠康充先生
Rhonda Anderson interviews Elizabeth R. Seaquist, MD, the American Diabetes Association's President, Medicine & Science, at the 74th Scientific Sessions in San Francisco.
Tamas L. Horvath, DVM, PhD, talked to ADA TV about being the recipient of the prestigious Outstanding Achievement Award and his talk, titled, “Hunger-promoting Hypothalamic Neurons Control Systemic Metabolism and Drive Complex Behaviors and Longevity,” at the 76th Scientific Sessions in New Orleans, Louisiana.
The Translational Research Institute for Metabolism and Diabetes is the product of a unique partnership between Florida Hospital and the Sanford-Burnam Medical Research Institute. The two work together through the TRI to conduct research to gain a better understanding of diabetes, as well as develop ways to better treat the disease in addition obesity and cardiovascular disease.
Linda M. Delahanty, MS, RDN, recipient of the 2015 award — talks to ADA TV about diabetes medical nutrition therapy and an especially innovative lifestyle intervention program she’s currently working on.
Lorrie Kirshenbaum, PhD, talks with Kunhua Song, PhD, Outstanding Early Career Award Finalist for BCVS 2015 about his study, "High Efficiency Reprogramming of Fibroblasts into Cardiomyocytes Requires Suppression of Pro-fibrotic Signaling"