Stuart J. Brink, MD is a board certified pediatric endocrinologist and an
Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics at Tufts School of Medicine in
Boston, Massachusetts, USA. He is the senior endocrinologist at New England
Diabetes and Endocrinology Center (NEDEC) in Waltham Massachusetts and the
current Educational Chair for the International Society for Pediatric and
Adolescent Diabetes (ISPAD). He graduated from the University of Southern
California School of Medicine, did his pediatric training and was Chief
Resident in Pediatrics at LA County/USC Medical Center. Specialty training
at Boston Children's Hospital and then at the Joslin Clinic. After
fellowship, he became the first senior staff pediatrician at the Joslin
Clinic and then opened a private practice: NEDEC, in the Boston suburbs.
He is active with the ADA, JDF an IDF as well as ISPAD and served as the
Secretary-General of ISPAD and also as President of the Massachusetts
Affiliate of the ADA, national chair of the ADA's Council on Diabetes and
Youth and the ADA Program Committee. He was a co-investigator in the DCCT and
lectures and writes internationally and nationally about tight control,
insulin analogs, insulin pumps, inhaled insulin and all other aspects of
diabetes treatment, camping and psychosocial issues. Most recently he has
traveled to Jordan, Cuba, Thailand and Romania and is planning a second
edition of his book: Pediatric and Adolescent Diabetes Mellitus.
Dr. Stuart Brink
Last Updated: Tuesday April 06, 2010 15:08:50
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