Advisory Board of the Diabetes Action Online
Dr Roger Mazze
Dr Mazze is Clinical Professor of Family Practice and Community Medicine at the Medical School of the University of Minnesota, USA; Director of the World Health Organization Collaborating Center for Education, Translation and Computer Technology in Diabetes, and Chief Academic Officer of the International Diabetes Center. He was formerly Professor of Epidemiology and Social Medicine at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Executive Director of the Diabetes Research and Training Center and Chairman of the Council of Public Health and Health Care Delivery of the American Diabetes Association.
Dr Mazze has authored original articles on subjects ranging from computer-based technologies to systems of care in diabetes. He is a principal author of Staged Diabetes Management: A Systematic Approach 2nd Edition (Wiley Publishing 2004, Revised 2006) and developer of the Staged Diabetes Management Program (SDM), which is used by more than 400 clinics, hospitals and medical schools in the United States, Asia, Europe and Latin America. Dr. Mazze is creator of the Ambulatory Glucose Profile and eSDM, computer-based programs for clinical decision-making.
Dr Mazze served as Visiting Professor to Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Poland, China, Thailand, Vietnam and Spain. An advisor to the World Health Organization, Dr. Mazze has also served as Distinguished Visiting Scientist to the Diabetes Control Program of the U. S. Centers for Disease Control and the Indian Health Service. In 1995 Dr. Mazze was given the award for innovation in research for his work on Staged Diabetes Management by Minnesota Medical Alley representing academia, government and industry.