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Charles M. Kilo

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Kilo Diabetes & Vascular Research Foundation

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Kilo Diabetes & Vascular Research Foundation

11780 Manchester Rd - Suite 107

St. Louis, Missouri,63131

United States

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Employment History

Chief Executive Officer

GreenField Health


Affiliations

Oregon Health & Science University

Chief Medical Officer


American Academy of Family Physicians

Board Member


American Board of Internal Medicine

Member of the Internal Medicine Board


Institute for Healthcare Improvement

Vice President


Kryptiq Corporation

Board Member


American College of Physicians

Member, Advisory Board


TransforMED LLC

Board Member


Joint Commission International

Member, Editorial Advisory Boards


Specialty

Board Member


American Medical Association

Long-Standing Member


American Diabetes Association

Long-Standing Member


American College of Endocrinology

Fellow


Hope Street Group incorporated

Primary Care Project Advisor


Association of American Medical College’s Institute for the Improvement of Clinical Care

Member, Advisory Committee


Hippocrates magazine

Board Member


ProHealth Physicians Inc

Fellow


Welch Allyn

Physician Advisory Boards


Center for Health Care Strategies , Inc.

Member of Board of Trustees


City Club

Panel Member


Education

M.D.

Wright State University


MD

Institute for Healthcare Improvement


MD

Institute for HealthcareImprovement


MPH


Master

Public Health

Harvard School of Public Health


Master of Public Health

Harvard University


master’s degree

public health

Harvard University


medical degree

Washington University School of Medicine


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Kilo Diabetes Foundation

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Kilo Diabetes Foundation

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Charles Kilo, MD, FACE, FACP, FAAC
Professor of Medicine, Immunology & Pathology Chairman, Kilo Diabetes & Vascular Research Foundatio Events Charles Kilo and Joseph R. Williamson founded the Kilo Diabetes & Vascular Research Foundation.


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Dr. Charles Kilo, MD, FACE, FACP, FAAC
Professor of Medicine, Pathology & Immunology Washington University School of Medicine Dr. Charles Kilo is a Professor of Clinical Medicine at Washington University's School of Medicine. He is a member of Washington University's Diabetes Center of Excellence led by Dr. Garry Tobin and Dr. Clay Semenkovich. The role at the Center of Excellence is to share his background in education and patient treatment with Endocrine specialists of the University and Barnes-Jewish Hospital. He also serves as the Chairman of the Kilo Diabetes & Vascular Research Foundation. Dr. Kilo served his Country in the US Army Air Force from 1944 through 1952, first as an enlisted man and retiring with the rank of Major. As a trained meteorologist and intelligence officer, he was stationed in the Middle East and the United States. Upon completion of his military career Dr. Kilo entered medical school at Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri. Dr. Kilo is a pioneer in developing, and supporting with research and in practice, the theory that normalizing blood glucose levels and cardiovascular risk factors delays and prevents the development of complications from diabetes. Aggressively treating people with diabetes to bring blood sugar levels within normal ranges and management of cardiovascular risk factors is now the accepted treatment throughout the world. Dr. Kilo advocates self-monitoring of blood sugar for all of his diabetic patients. He has given his life, time, and energy to the art of medicine and the care of patients. Among his many professional activities, Dr. Kilo is a fellow of the American College of Physicians and the American College of Endocrinology. He is a long-standing member of the American Diabetes Association, and the American Medical Association. He has served on both national and local levels of these organizations and was the Chairman of the Missouri Chapter of the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists (AACE). Thirty three years ago, again in concert with Washington University's School of Medicine, Dr. Kilo established the first Kilo Diabetes Symposium gathering professors and lecturers from around the globe to educate physicians, dieticians, nurses and diabetes educators in the latest work being done in research and patient care. In November of 2011 the 39th Annual event was held hosting 450 medical professionals and the 40th Annual event will be held November 30th and December 1st, 2012. The symposium is the most extensive educational activity in diabetes outside the University setting and is broadly attended by professionals throughout the Midwest with a faculty comprised of the finest diabetes and cardiovascular minds in the country. While research and education have always been a passion of Dr. Kilo, his first love is serving his patients. He has long said that diabetes is the worst treated disease in the world and by his own reference is a "metabolic cancer" damaging the skin and all organs of the body. His examining rooms have been filled with educational materials for his patients. He was the first to emphasize self management and blood sugar graphing by the patient. The results of his diligence to this treatment can easily be found in the HbA1c diabetic measurement of his patients who most frequently fall well within the guidelines of the American Diabetes Association, the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists (AACE) and the recommendations of the Kilo Foundation. These facts are difficult for many diabetics to understand and follow but if you ask Dr. Kilo he'll tell you it is very realistic to achieve these goals when you adhere to your diet, check your sugars, make sure you get regular exercise, and take the appropriate medications. At the source of Dr. Kilo's research was his work with the $100 Million Dollar University Group Diabetes Program (UGDP), of which he was co-principal investigator at Washington University. Upon his review of the research findings, he found himself in disagreement with the recommendations. Dr. Kilo has authored or co-authored five books, over 250 articles and abstracts, and presented over 850 lectures throughout the world. He has been honored to receive the Washington University School of Medicine 2nd Century Award in 1998, the Academy of Science's Leadership Award in 2008, the AACE Outstanding Clinical Endocrinologist Award in 2011, and was named Fellow by the Academy of Science of St. Louis. Dr. Kilo has recently been inducted into the Washington University Department of Medicine Hall of Fame. He is currently the 9th member to receive this award in the history of Washington University's School of Medicine. Dr. Kilo's accomplishments had a most profound impact on the care and treatment of people with diabetes. His belief and insistence on the control of blood sugars and cardiovascular risk factors are recognized as the primary measures in the care of diabetics around the world. He has helped to set the gold standard. Charles Kilo and Joseph R. Williamson founded the Kilo Diabetes & Vascular Research Foundation.


Kilo Diabetes Symposium - Faculty

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Charles Kilo, M.D., FACE, FACP, FAAC
Professor of Medicine, Immunology and Pathology Washington University School of Medicine


St. Louis Based Endocrinologist Receives Award from Major Physician Organization | AACE Online Newsroom

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Charles Kilo, MD, FACP, FACE, was presented the Outstanding Clinical Endocrinologist Award from the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists (AACE) at its 20th Annual Meeting and Clinical Congress in San Diego, on Thursday, April 14, 2011.
The AACE Outstanding Clinical Endocrinologist Award is given annually to an AACE member in recognition of dedicated and compassionate care provided to patients with endocrine diseases, exceptional knowledge and expertise in the field of clinical endocrinology, and active advocacy of AACE's mission in both professional and public environments. "Based on my fifty plus years as an endocrinologist, I am concerned about the future of patient care, education, and research, because of the decrease in compensation for our services while expenses are increasing for practice management, liability insurance, along with the continuous growth in government bureaucracy and health care costs " said Dr. Kilo. "I thank AACE for this exceptional recognition and for all it has done to draw more attention to our urgent problems and recommendations for improving medical care for individuals with endocrine disorders." Dr. Kilo is Professor of Clinical Medicine, Pathology and Immunology at Washington University School of Medicine and Chairman of the Kilo Diabetes and Vascular Disease Research Foundation. He studied chemical engineering at Washington University (1952-1955) and received his MD degree from the School of Medicine in 1959. Research at the Kilo Laboratory has contributed significantly to the understanding of how diabetes affects the body organs and to the development of medications and treatments that prevent or delay microvascular, macrovascular and neurological complications. Dr. Kilo was among the first to show that high levels of blood sugar were primarily responsible for the complications of diabetes and that control of blood sugar levels, high blood pressure and blood fats through diet, exercise and medications could delay or prevent complications. Dr. Kilo's biography and high-resolution photograph are available at: http://media.aace.com/article_display.cfm?article_id=5037


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