Tuesday, December 10, 2013

2013 World Diabetes Congress- Melbourne, Australia

The World Diabetes Congress was held in Melbourne, Australia from December 2-6, 2013.
Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre- where conference was held

Bike Sharing Program
Dr. Warne and Wakupi Clem Toby, an Aboriginal Traditional Healer in Australia. Their traditional medicine is called Ngangkari. We were on the Traditional Healers Panel together.

Dr. Shetty and Dr. Warne at the poster presentation
Dr. Kalidas Shetty presenting the NDSU poster at the World Diabetes Congress. He did a great job!
Alex Brown (left) is an aboriginal physician and researcher in Australia, Terry Ehau (middle) is Maori and is a researcher in New Zealand, and Dr. Warne

Peter Bennett, William Knowler, David Pettitt, Dr. Warne and Robert Nelson.
These are my former colleagues from National Institutes of Health--I have worked with them intermittently since 1989.  This group represents over 1,000 publications on American Indian diabetes research since 1965!

Dr. Warne's second presentation.

Dr. Warne's first presentation at the
 World Diabetes Congress in Melbourne.


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