Katherine Modzelewski, MD, is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Boston University School of Medicine and a practicing clinical endocrinologist in the Section of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Nutrition at Boston Medical Center. Her clinical interests include mobile health, diabetes technology and general endocrinology, with a clinical research interest in diabetes outcomes, mobile health and technology usage in underserved populations. She previously worked for the medical division of IBM Watson, which sparked her interest in medical technology.
- New York Medical College, MD
- Boston College, BS
- Published on 10/5/2018
Blair RA, Palermo NE, Modzelewski KL, Alexanian SM, Baker WE, Simonson DC, McDonnell ME. REDUCED IMPACT OF DIABETES CLINIC REFERRAL ON HIGH FREQUENCY EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT USERS. Endocr Pract. 2018 Oct 05. PMID: 30289310.
- Published on 9/27/2017
Modzelewski KL, Stockman MC, Steenkamp DW. Rethinking the Endpoints of mHealth Intervention Research in Diabetes Care. J Diabetes Sci Technol. 2018 Mar; 12(2):389-392. PMID: 28952379.
- Published on 6/1/2017
Modzelewski KL, Rybin DV, Weinberg JM, Alexanian SM, McDonnell ME, Steenkamp DW. Active cocaine use does not increase the likelihood of hyperglycemic crisis. J Clin Transl Endocrinol. 2017 Sep; 9:1-7. PMID: 29067261.
- Published on 10/1/2016
Palermo NE, Modzelewski KL, Farwell AP, Fosbroke J, Shankar KN, Alexanian SM, Baker WE, Simonson DC, McDonnell ME. OPEN ACCESS TO DIABETES CENTER FROM THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT REDUCES HOSPITALIZATIONS IN THE SUSEQUENT YEAR. Endocr Pract. 2016 Oct; 22(10):1161-1169. PMID: 27732094.
- Published on 6/13/2016
Palermo NE, Modzelewski KL, Farwell AP, Fosbroke J, Shankar KN, Alexanian SM, Baker WE, Simonson DC, McDonnell ME. OPEN ACCESS TO DIABETES CENTER FROM THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT REDUCES HOSPITALIZATIONS IN THE SUBSEQUENT YEAR. Endocr Pract. 2016 Jun 13. PMID: 27295016.