Rodica Pop-Busui, MD, PhD, Professor of Internal Medicine, Co-Director of the Michigan Peripheral Neuropathy Center, and Associate Chair for Clinical Research, presented at the 10th Annual Rising Stars Educational Program held in Berlin, Germany on September 29, 2018. The international program brings together a select group of top experts in their fields, with Dr. Pop-Busui being one of ten professors and clinicians invited to speak.
The Park Nicollet® International Diabetes Center (IDC) Rising Stars Educational Program is a day-long, interactive, international symposium held in conjunction with the European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD) Annual Meeting, dedicated entirely to the professional development of young physicians and research scientists in diabetes across entire world. The program seeks to further the professional and personal skill sets of the participants via scientific, independent, educational sessions on topics of interest. It also provides the participants the opportunity to interact with and receive mentorship from world leaders and their peers.
The focus of this year’s program was Diabetes Past and Present: Celebrating Advances in Diabetes Management. Dr. Pop-Busui spoke on “Diabetes Management Through the Decade: Focus on Neuropathy and Retinopathy” in which she described the treatment strategies for painful neuropathy and discussed new learnings from recent retinopathy research. View the program agenda to learn more.