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Mario Luca Morieri

Mario Luca Morieri
Department of Genetic & Epidemiology at Joslin Diabetes Center
Harvard Medical School
United States

Mario Luca Morieri graduated in 2008 (Medical Degree cum laude at University of Bologna – Italy), then completed the Internal Medicine Specialization in 2015 at the University of Ferrara (Italy). In those years, he developed a special clinical and research interest in the field of diabetes, obesity and lipid disorders, focusing his work on the relationship between insulin resistance, genetic variants, and cardiovascular disease. These projects prompted his current interest in translating genetic findings into clinical practice, in order to guide physicians toward a more patients-tailored medicine. Driven by such interest, since 2015 he has started working with Prof. Alessandro Doria at the Joslin Diabetes Center (affiliated with Harvard Medical School, USA), who leads a research program on the genetic modulators of CVD-preventing interventions in type 2 diabetes. Currently, his most relevant publications are: a comment with original data on genetic variants influencing CV response to fenofibrate in type 2 diabetes (Morieri ML et al., N Engl J Med 2016); report of GWAS study on genetic predictors of cardiovascular mortality during intensive glycemic control (Shah H et al., Diabetes Care 2016); Observational study in the relationship between insulin resistance, metabolic syndrome and cardiovascular disease in the elderly (Zuliani et al., Atherosclerosis. 2014).

Mario Luca Morieri
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Mario Luca Morieri
Cardiometabolic, Endocrinology and metabolism