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Mark E. Cooper

Professor of Medicine

Monash University

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Monash University

Rear 399 Royal Parade (Mile Lane)

Parkville, Victoria,3052

Australia

Company Description

Monash is a dynamic and internationally recognised university with a long established tradition of providing excellence in education and research. Monash is one of the prestigious Group of Eight universities - Australia's leading research institutions. The A...more

Background Information

Employment History

Deputy Director and CSO, Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute

Baker Heart Research Institute


Head of the Diabetes Division

Alfred Hospital


Deputy Director and CSO, Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute

Baker Institute


Affiliations

Florida Association of School Nurses.

Moderator


American Society of Nephrology

Moderator


University Hospital

Diabetes and Endochrinology Research Fellow


JDRF

Co-Chair of the Medical Science Review Committee


Haptocure Ltd

Advisory Board Member


Gordon Research Conferences incorporated

Board of Trustees Member


Faculty

One Member


Pioneer Hi-Bred International Inc

Senior Research Fellow


Dupont Pioneer

Senior Research Fellow


Education

MD

Monash University


Ph.D.

University of Melbourne Department of Medicine


Web References(157 Total References)


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Dr Mark Cooper
Dr Mark Cooper is the Deputy Director (Research) of the Baker IDI Heart & Diabetes Institute as well as the Director of the JDRF Centre for Diabetes Complications at the Baker IDI Heart and Diabetes Institute. He is head of the Diabetes Division which encompasses not only diabetic complications but also laboratories studying metabolism and epigenetics. He holds honorary appointments as a Professor of Medicine at both Monash University and University of Melbourne. He is a trained endocrinologist with an appointment at the co-located Alfred Hospital. Dr Cooper studied medicine at the University of Melbourne and then completed his physician's training at the Austin Hospital as well as his PhD under Dr. George Jerums and Professor Austin Doyle in the University of Melbourne Department of Medicine, Austin Hospital. Dr. Cooper has successfully competed for a large number of peer reviewed grants over the last 15 years from a range of organisations including not only JDRF but also the National Health & Medical Research Council of Australia, National Institutes of Health, National Heart Foundation of Australia, Diabetes Australia and Kidney Health Australia. In 1999 Dr Cooper was awarded the Eric Susman prize from the Royal Australasian College of Physicians for his research in the field of renal and vascular complications of diabetes. In 2005 he was awarded the Australian Diabetes Society (ADS) Kellion Award for outstanding contribution to diabetes research in Australia. In 1999 he was awarded a Centre Grant from JDRF which was subsequently renewed in 2003. He was recently awarded a five-year scholars award by JDRF, one of only 2 awarded worldwide. His is the first non- North American to receive this highly prestigious award. This work has now been further supported by a 5 year Australia Fellowship awarded by the NHMRC in 2009. Dr Cooper is currently Co-Chair of the JDRF Medical Science Review Committee (Complications Panel). He is regularly invited to international meetings and has over 400 peer reviewed publications.


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Professor Mark Cooper, Head of the Department of Diabetes at Monash University, a co-leader of the study said: "This work is a classic example of bench to bedside clinical translation.


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Mark E Cooper, MB BS, MD PhD, FRACP
Prof. Cooper is the Head of the Diabetes Division at the Baker IDI Heart and Diabetes Institute, as well as Deputy Director (Research) and Director of the JDRF Centre for Diabetes Complications. He is a Professor of Medicine at Monash University and University of Melbourne. He is a trained endocrinologist with an appointment at the co-located Alfred Hospital. Prof. Cooper studied medicine at the University of Melbourne and then completed his physician's training at the Austin Hospital as well as his PhD in the University of Melbourne. In 2005 he was awarded the Australian Diabetes Society (ADS) Kellion Award for outstanding contribution to diabetes research in Australia. He was recently awarded a five-year scholars award by JDRF, one of only 2 awarded worldwide. Dr Cooper is currently Co-Chair of the JDRF Medical Science Review Committee (Complications Panel).


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Mark E. Cooper, AO, MB BS, PhD, FRACP, Receives the American Diabetes Association's 2017 Edwin Bierman Award
Arlington, Virginia June 2, 2017 Mark E. Cooper, AO, MB BS, PhD, FRACP, has been selected to receive the American Diabetes Association® (Association) 2017 Edwin Bierman Award. This award recognizes a leading scientist who has made outstanding contributions in the field of diabetes-related macrovascular complications and related risk factors. Dr. Cooper will be recognized with this honor during the Association's 77th Scientific Sessions, June 9-13, 2017, at the San Diego Convention Center. Dr. Cooper will deliver the Edwin Bierman Award Lecture, titled "Metabolic Karma-The Atherogenic Legacy of Diabetes," on Sunday, June 11. Currently the Inaugural Head of the Department of Diabetes, Central Clinical School, Monash University and previous Chief Scientific Officer at the Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute, Victoria, Australia, Dr. Cooper is an internationally renowned physician-scientist who has made seminal basic, preclinical and clinical contributions to our understanding and treatment of diabetes-related kidney and macrovascular complications. With more than 500 publications cited more than 40,000 times, Dr. Cooper's pioneering research has utilized state-of-the-art molecular approaches to identify mechanisms underlying diabetes-accelerated atherosclerosis, to uncover an epigenetic basis for metabolic memory and to determine a role of oxidative stress in diabetes complications. In addition to serving in leading roles in many large clinical trials studying type 1 and type 2 diabetes, Dr. Cooper's contributions include a large network of trainees from around the globe. Many of the fellows, postdoctoral researchers and PhD students Dr. Cooper has trained during the past 25 years have established their own independent careers and leadership positions in diabetes research and practice.


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Mark Cooper - Monash University


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