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Academic Background

Medical School
Albert Einstein College of Medicine, 1966
Residency
Bronx Municipal Hospital and Mount Sinai Hospital
Fellowship
Peter Bent Brigham Hospital - Boston

Visit Ira Ockene's

HEALTHY HEART

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www.umassmed.edu/healthyheart


David and Barbara Milliken Professor of Preventive Cardiology
Director, Preventive Cardiology Program


Ongoing Research Support

1 R18 DK67549-01 (I. Ockene) 7/1/04 – 5/31/08

NIH/NIDDK, $499,520

The Lawrence Latino Diabetes Prevention Program

The primary aim of this proposal is to implement and evaluate a group-based diabetes prevention program for low-income, Latino patients at high risk of developing diabetes. Risk for diabetes will be defined by the use of predictive equations developed by Stern and colleagues, and the primary outcome will be a reduction in risk as defined by the same equations.


1 R18 DK065985-01A1 (Rosal) 9/01/04 – 8/31/08

NIH, NIDDK $455,337

Diabetes Management for Low-Income Hispanic Patients

The overall goal of this randomized clinical trial (RCT) is to test the efficacy of an educationally-and culturally-tailored cognitive-behavioral intervention (CBI) designed to enhance adherence to diabetes self-management behaviors and thus improve glycemic control (HbA1c) among low-income Hispanic individuals with type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM). The primary outcome to be evaluated at 4- and 12- months following randomization is improvement in metabolic control (HbA1c). Secondary aims include the evaluation of the efficacy of the program on: 1) Adherence to self-management behaviors; 2) Other relevant factors including LDL-cholesterol, blood pressure (BP), body mass index (BMI) and quality of life (QOL).


H01-HL073912 (M. McDermott, I. Ockene) 7/1/05 – 6/30/09

NIH, NHLBI $270,136 (subcontract amount)

Reducing Risk Factors in Peripheral Arterial Disease

In patients with peripheral arterial disease, this randomized, controlled clinical trial will test the ability of a telephone-counseling intervention to reduce low density lipoprotein cholesterol levels as compared to usual care and attention control conditions, respectively.


1 R21 DK074027-01

NIH/NIDDK (E. Dratz, I. Ockene) 12/1/05-6/30/07

Markers for Type 2 Diabetes and Aptamer Array Diagnostics $47,223

The goal of this project is to identify new biomarkers for type 2 diabetes and pre-diabetes and to ultimately measure new markers in a robust and reliable photoaptamer array diagnostic system.

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Academic Article Dietary fat intake and the risk of coronary heart disease in women.
Academic Article Seasonal variation in household, occupational, and leisure time physical activity: longitudinal analyses from the seasonal variation of blood cholesterol study.
Academic Article Underreporting of energy intake and associated factors in a Latino population at risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
Academic Article Association of depressive symptoms and lifestyle behaviors among Latinos at risk of type 2 diabetes.
Academic Article Behavioral risk factors among members of a health maintenance organization.
Academic Article Depression severity, diet quality, and physical activity in women with obesity and depression.
Academic Article Body mass index, but not physical activity, is associated with C-reactive protein.
Academic Article Association between dietary carbohydrates and body weight.
Academic Article A randomized clinical trial comparing low-glycemic index versus ADA dietary education among individuals with type 2 diabetes.
Academic Article Dietary quality 1 year after diagnosis of coronary heart disease.
Academic Article Association between dietary glycemic index, glycemic load, and high-sensitivity C-reactive protein.
Academic Article Number of 24-hour diet recalls needed to estimate energy intake.
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Academic Article Decrease in Glycemic Index Associated with Improved Glycemic Control among Latinos with Type 2 Diabetes.
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