Ahmed Bettaieb


Dr. Bettaieb received his master and Ph.D. in biochemistry and biology at the University of Quebec at Montreal. He then completed his postdoctoral training in Obesity and Diabetes research at University of California-Davis. In 2015, Dr. Bettaieb Joined the Department of Nutrition at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville as an Assistant Professor. Dr. Bettaieb is a well-rounded basic scientist who is particularly well-poised to make significant contributions to the development of novel therapeutics for treating obesity and type 2 diabetes. This is reflected in his strong training record in research and his impressive record of publications and awards. To date, Dr. Bettaieb has 53 publications in the top biomedical journals (i.e., Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, J Endocrinology, Gastroenterology, PLoS One, Biochemical Biophysica Acta, Journal of Biological Chemistry, etc).

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Dr. Bettaieb’s research focuses on the molecular and genetic mechanisms contributing to the development of metabolic diseases including obesity, diabetes, chronic inflammation and cardiovascular diseases. The main goal of this research is to exploit novel therapeutic strategies aiming at reducing the overall burden of these diseases.

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