From serving on many committees for the American Diabetes Association and other organizations to publishing over 200 articles, reviews, and abstracts and three books on diabetes, Dr. Anne Peters has dedicated her career to helping improve outcomes in diabetic populations. Be sure to hear exclusive insights from Dr. Peters in the NEI series, Saving Sight, Preventing Vision Loss in Diabetic Retinopathy and Diabetic Macular Edema.
Anne Peters, MD
Anne Peters, MD, is Professor of Medicine at the Keck School of Medicine of USC and Director of the USC Clinical Diabetes Programs. Dr. Peters earned her medical degree from the Pritzker School of Medicine at the University of Chicago and performed an internal medicine residency at Stanford University and an endocrinology fellowship at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. She previously directed the clinical diabetes programs at Cedars-Sinai and UCLA. Her research has focused on testing new approaches for diagnosing and treating diabetes and developing systems of care to improve outcomes in diabetic populations.
She has published over 200 articles, reviews, and abstracts and three books on diabetes. She has been an investigator on over 40 research studies and has spoken at over 400 programs throughout the US as well as internationally. She has served on many committees for the ADA and other organizations. Currently she is the chair of the Endocrine Society Committee on Diabetes Devices and is on the EASD/ADA Technology Safety Committee. Additionally, she is a member of the JDRF Panel on Management of Exercise in Type 1 Diabetes. She is a member of the ABIM Endocrinology Subspecialty Board. She consults for many entities, including the FDA, Optum Rx and CVS/Caremark to help guide the development and use of treatments for diabetes.