Medical Advisory Board
Our mission is to improve the health of everyone with diabetes. In order to accomplish this goal, we sought out a group of physicians who are internationally recognized for their expertise in diabetes treatment as well as their innovative ideas, character, and experience. Each member of our medical advisory board exemplifies what it means to be determined, dedicated, and committed to our cause.
An internist at the Frist Clinic in Nashville, TN with an abiding focus on diabetes. Dr. Anderson has served as a past president of the Frist Clinic, and is widely recognized as a superb diabetes care provider in the industry.John Buse, MD, PhD
Verne S. Caviness Distinguished Professor, Endocrinology Division Chief and Diabetes Center Director at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine. Dr. Buse is internationally recognized for his basic and clinical research, and is past president of the American Diabetes Association.Satish Garg, MD, MBBS, DM
Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics, the Barbara Davis Center for Diabetes, University of Colorado School of Medicine, Denver CO. Dr. Garg is recognized as a global leader in diabetes care, with a particular interest in developing and testing the treatments and technological tools to facilitate care.Irl Hirsch, MD
Professor of Medicine and Diabetes Treatment and Teaching Chair at the University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle, WA. Dr. Hirsh has devoted his professional career to delivering state-of-the-art diabetes care to his patients, and as an advocate for establishing treatment guidelines.Anne Peters, MD
Professor of Medicine, USC’s Keck School of Medicine and Director, USC Clinical Diabetes Programs, Los Angeles, CA. Dr. Peters has been a leader in diabetes care delivery efforts and clinical trials, a sought after speaker, and industry thought leader.Eugene Wright, Jr., MD
Medical Director, Performance Improvement, Charlotte Area Health Education Center, Charlotte, NC. Dr. Wright is an internist with a widely recognized career-long focus on implementing improved diabetes care, especially to underserved areas.