Dr. Nadeau received his medical degree from Tufts University School of
Medicine and also earned a master's degree in nutrition from Tufts
University School of Nutrition.
Dr. Nadeau is an accomplished physician who brings extensive experience
to the Mary & Dick Allen Diabetes Center as the Dr. Kris V. Iyer Endowed
Chair in Diabetes Care, and Hoag Medical Group as an Endocrinologist.
While he has many areas of interest, the majority of his recent work,
research, and lectures focus on diabetes, obesity, and nutrition.
Dr. Nadeau is the recipient of the National Research Service Award. His
publications include both peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters,
and he has recently co-authored a book on nutrition entitled The Color
Code: A Revolutionary Eating Plan for Optimum Health in collaboration
with James Joseph, PhD, of Tufts University and Anne Underwood of Newsweek
magazine. He has several recent publications in Postgraduate Medicine
on managing patients with diabetes and is working on an article for Physician
and Sports Medicine on managing diabetes in motivated patients.
Prior to joining Hoag, Dr. Nadeau served as an Assistant Professor of
Medicine at Tufts Medical School and Medical Director of Diabetes, Endocrinology
and Nutrition at Exeter Hospital in New Hampshire and Eastern Maine Medical
Center in Maine.
Passionate about his work and helping his patients achieve their goals,
Dr. Nadeau brings his comprehensive knowledge, patient-centric approach
for diabetes and expertise in nutrition to the Mary & Dick Allen Diabetes Center.
Dr. Nadeau traveled around the world with a backpack after college. He
runs, bikes, and lift weights to help balance the calories from cooking
and eating, which he enjoys even more than exercise.
- Diabetes, Metabolism & Endocrinology, 1993
- Internal Medicine, 1991