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Donna H. Ryan

Donna H. Ryan

    MD, FACP
Associate Executive Director, Professor | Baton Rouge, Louisiana    United States of America
Internal Medicine
Internal Medicine, Obesity,...More
Spoken at 21 events
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Biography :

Donna Ryan is Professor and Associate Executive Director for Clinical Research at the Pennington Biomedical Research Center. Dr Ryan’s interest in obesity research was mentored by George Bray, beginning with a 1992 dose-ranging study of sibutramine. She has been an Investigator on DPP (Diabetes Prevention Program), Co-PI of POUNDS Lost (macronutrient approaches to weight loss) and Co-PI of Look AHEAD (a study of the lifestyle intervention designed to produce ~10% weight loss in diabetic persons). Dr Ryan is PI of LOSS (Louisiana Obese Subjects Study), a pragmatic clinical trial of intensive medical therapy for severe obesity conducted in six Louisiana primary care clinics as part of their routine practice.

Ryan also developed an interest in obesity education and, in particular, in training primary care physicians to incorporate obesity management into their medical practices. Since 1998 she has served as Co-PI for the CORE program (Centers for Obesity Research and Education), which brings continuing education in obesity management to healthcare professionals. She is an editorial board member for Obesity Management and Obesity Reviews.

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Internal Medicine

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Internal Medicine, Obesity, Weight Management, Nutrition, Diabetes, Quality Care, Obesity Education, Primary Care, Clinical Research

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