Together, UF Health researchers are making significant progress in the understanding of Type 1 diabetes. Our faculty are leading the way to innovative treatment options for patients with the disease. Learn more.
With your support, we will be able to continue advancing children’s medical research and grow our facilities. Be part of finding the cure today.
To support the next generation of researchers and clinicians in pediatric diabetes at the UF College of Medicine through medical fellowship mentoring and training.
Funds will support research in diabetes-induced kidney failure.
The William G. Lassiter and Aneice R. Lassiter Pediatric Diabetes Research Fund was established as an endowment in 2007 to support diabetes research at the UF College of Medicine. At the request of the family, memorial contributions to this fund will be divided equally between pediatric and adult diabetes research. The fund will exist throughout the history of the University and will help serve as a fitting tribute to honor one of our dearest friends. Thank you for your consideration.
This fund was established by the American Diabetes Association in 2001 for the purpose of supporting diabetes research with an initial focus on the systematic collection and characterization of warning markers of autoimmune diabetes for infants. Learn more»