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When Dr. Jane Cases relocated to Marietta, OH in 2005, she started her practice in Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism and became part of the Faculty of Ohio University, College of Medicine where she continued basic science research in the field of Insulin Resistance, Obesity, and Diabetes. Her interest in this field had been tremendous since her time at Einstein College of Medicine in New York where she had been part of the research team on Diabetes, Obesity, Aging, and Longevity. After a year of basic science research and clinical practice, she decided to focus on her clinical practice and became the Medical Director of the Diabetes Center for the Marietta Health Systems. Her passion for total wellness and weight management served as the driving force when she started Wellness 360 Comprehensive Lifestyle Center. Now pursuing cutting-edge technology in the field of Regenerative Medicine, she yearns to provide total care to patients who want to fully address or prevent lifestyle diseases (e.g., Diabetes, some cancers, obesity, chronic joint pain and heart disease). She knows the potential use of cell medicine in clinical practice and has continuously sought out the optimum way to isolate adipose-derived stem cells and platelet-rich plasma (PRP) by collaborating with biotech companies and various clinicians. A leading researcher on cell medicine, Dr. Jane offers American Medical Association approved training courses for fellow physicians and has authored dozens of peer-reviewed articles and studies in numerous scientific and medical journals. She holds active professional memberships with the American Board of Internal Medicine, Endocrine Society USA, American Thyroid Association, American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists, European Association for the Study of Diabetes, American Academy of Anti-aging Medicine and the International Cell Medicine Society. In addition, she has served as an Assistant Professor at Ohio University’s School of Osteopathic Medicine.