Assistant Professor of Medicine, Division of Diabetes, Endocrinology and Metabolism
Mail: 420 Delaware Street SE, MMC 101, Minneapolis, MN 55455
Dr. Bantle graduated from the University of Minnesota Medical School and completed residency training in Internal Medicine at the University of Vermont. She returned to the University of Minnesota for fellowship training in Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism. She joined the faculty of the University of Minnesota in 2016. In addition to seeing patients in the Endocrine Clinic she is involved in clinical research, with focus in the areas of diabetes and metabolism.
- Therapies for the management of type 2 diabetes mellitus
- The effect of the gut microbiome on human metabolism
- General Endocrinology
Chow, L., Olegaard, A., Bosch, T., Bantle, A., Wang, Q., Hughes, J., Carnethon, M., Ingram, K., Durant, N., Lewis, C., Ryder, J., Shay, C., Kelly, A., Schreiner, P., 2016. Twenty Year Fitness Trends in Young Adults and Incidence of Prediabetes and Diabetes: the CARDIA Study.. Diabetologia., 59 (8): 1659-1665.
PubMed ID: 27181604.
Bantle, A., Chow, L., Steffen, L., Wang, Q., Hughes, J., Durant, N., Ingram, K., Reis, J., Schreiner, P., 2016. Association of Mediterranean Diet and Cardiorespiratory Fitness with the Development of Pre-diabetes and Diabetes: The Coronary Artery Risk Development in Young Adults (CARDIA) Study. . BMJ Open Diabetes Research & Care., 4
PubMed ID: 27648287.
Bantle, A., Wang, Q., Bantle, J., 2015. Post-Gastric Bypass Hyperinsulinemic Hypoglycemia: Fructose is a Carbohydrate Which Can Be Safely Consumed.. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism., 100 (8): 3097-3102.
PubMed ID: 26037514.
Bantle, A., Thomas, W., Bantle, J., 2008. Metabolic effects of alcohol in the form of wine in persons with type 2 diabetes mellitus. . Metabolism-Clinical and Experimental., 57 (2): 241-5.
PubMed ID: 18191055.
Estes, J., Baker, J., Brenchley, J., Khoruts, A., Barthold, J., Bantle, A., Reilly, C., Beilman, G., George, M., Douek, D., Haase, A., Schacker, T., 2008. Collagen Deposition Limits Immune Reconstitution in the Gut.. Journal of Infectious Diseases, 198 (4): 456-464.
PubMed ID: 18598193.