Editor - Alexandra Kautzky Willer | Medical University of Vienna | 6687
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Journal of Obesity & Weight Loss Therapy
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Alexandra Kautzky Willer

Alexandra Kautzky Willer
Executive Editor
Alexandra Kautzky Willer, MD
Department of Internal Medicine III
Medical University of Vienna
Tel: 0043-0140400 2126
Medical University of Vienna


Dr. Alexandra Kautzky Willer is a Professor of Gender Medicine at Medical University in Vienna where she heads the Gender Medicine Unit and the university course of gender medicine. She has specialized in Internal Medicine and in Endocrinology and Metabolism. She is board member of numerous medical and scientific associations, among these, the Austrian Associations for Diabetes, Gender Medicine, and Obesity. She is member of the Diabetes Pregnancy Study Group Europe (DPSG) and scientific consultant of national and international Medical-Scientific Funds. She serves as reviewer in leading journals and has received awards such as the Höchst Award 1995 and the Joseph Hoet Research Award 2004. She is a member of the Expert Panel of the German Diabetes Association for Evidence-Based Recommendations for Diabetes and Pregnancy, and has published 149 original papers with a total impact factor of more than 500. In addition, she has published numerous reviews, book chapters, Guidelines/Practical Recommendations, and Audit Reports.

Research Interest

Gestational diabetes
Gender aspects of obesity
Gender aspects of metabolic syndrome
Gender aspects of type 2 diabetes
Gender aspects of type 1 diabetes/autoimmunity
Gender aspects of insulin resistance and beta cell function: Changes in pathogenesis of and interaction with different disease processes
Gender aspects of inflammation, Adipokines, Endothelial dysfunction



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