Dr. Stanley Schwartz is an Affiliate of the MLHS, and an Emeritus Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, currently in a private practice in Ardmore, Pa. Dr. Schwartz received his MD in 1973 from the University of Chicago . He then completed his residency at the University of Pennsylvania, followed by a fellowship in endocrinology and metabolism at the University of Chicago.
Dr. Schwartz actively lectures nationally, and internationally, about diabetes and its treatment. In the past 4 years he has been a speaker in Turks/Caicos, Istanbul, Switzerland , Belgium, Tunisia ,Spain , 11 cities in China, Phillipines (AACE), Israel, and Singapore . He has authored numerous articles in peer-reviewed scientific journals and has been a lead or co-investigator for many clinical trials (DCCT-EDIC, LOOK AHEAD). He has created a call for a New Classification for All Diabetes and presented it in Jerusalem, at ADA 2014 and ADA/JDRF symposium 2015 and published in Diabetes Care, Feb. 2016.
Since leaving Penn, he has received a grant from the NIH for studying the Genes related to LADA (with 2 articles published), written 3 book chapters, had posters at AACE, ADA and EASD ), has had 16 peer-reviewed article’s published (Incretins in Hospital, Hypoglycemia, a critique of ADA DM guideline , Incretins in NODAT , Weight Reduction in DM, and the Incretin story). He is an author of the Self-Assessment Program of the American Diabetes Assoc (2007 and 2008) , the 2009/2010 AACE Diabetes Guidelines, and slide modules for primary care for AACE, 2011,2013, and 2015, and Diabetes in Control 2013-2016 . He is a member or fellow of multiple international, national, and local professional societies including an Overseas Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine (London), European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD), the American Diabetes Association (ADA), and the College of Physicians in Philadelphia. He’s been elected by his peers for inclusion in Best Doctors in America® from 1996 to 2015. Though he does some research and teaches a great deal, most of his time is spent caring for patients .
- Gender: Male
- Years of Experience: 41
- Language: English