Dara Cohen, a graduate of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, completed her internship and residency at Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, CA. She returned to New York in 2009 to pursue a postdoctoral research fellowship and a clinical fellowship in Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism at Mount Sinai. During her training, she was involved in several research projects focusing on the connection between diabetes and cancer.
Her clinical interests include Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes, Gestational Diabetes, thyroid disease, adrenal disorders, bone diseases and female reproductive disorders.
Glasgow-Rubin Achievement Citation
American Medical Women's Association
Alpha Omega Alpha
Alpha Omega Alpha
Cohen D, LeRoith D. Obesity, Type 2 Diabetes & Cancer: The Insulin & Insulin-Like Growth Factor Connection. Endocrine Related Cancer (in press).;.
Cannata D, Kirschenbaum A, Levine A. Clinical Case Seminar: Androgen Deprivation Therapy as Primary Treatment for Prostate Cancer. JCEM 2012 February;: 360-5.
Ferguson R, Alikhani N, Vijayakumar A, Fierz Y, Cannata D, Yakar S. IGF-1 Cellular Action and its Relationship to Cancer: Evidence from in Vitro and in Vivo Studies. Springer Science+Business Media 2012;.
Elis S, Wu Y, Courtland H, Cannata D, Sun H, Beth-On M, Liu C, Jasper H, Domené H, Karabatas L, Guida C, Basta-Pljakic J, Cardoso L, Rosen C, Frystyk J, Yakar S. IGF1 enhances somatic growth. Dis Model Mech 2011 Sept-Oct;.
Lann D, Wu Y, Elis S, Yakar S, Cannata D, Lazzarino D, Wood T, LeRoith D. Elevated circulating IGF-I promotes mammary gland development and proliferation. Endocrinology 2010 December; 151(12): 5751-61.
Cannata D, Fierz Y, Vijayakumar A, LeRoith D. Type 2 diabetes and cancer: what is the connection? . Mt Sinai J Med 2010; 2(77): 197-213.
Cannata Y, Vijayakumar A, Fierz Y, LeRoith L. The GH/IGF-I axis in growth and development: New insights derived from animal models. Adv Pediatr 2010;: 331-51.
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