Research at the UF Diabetes Institute unites a network of clinical care providers, researchers, and lab technicians from multiples colleges and disciplines across campus.
The Institute draws upon the voluntary participation from nearly 100 members with interests in endocrinology, education, epidemiology, patient and physician education, clinical care, health outcomes and policy, behavioral science and rural medicine. Core members conduct both basic research to clarify the mechanisms causing diabetes and their consequences, and translational research to transform their research findings into clinical solutions.
The shared technologies available through primary services provided by the University of Florida and private philanthropy– allow investigators to conduct state-of-the-art basic and clinical diabetes research, moving us closer to a cure.
For more information about UF Diabetes Institute research, please visit any of the tabs below:
- About Our Research
- Type 1 Diabetes Research
- Type 2 Diabetes Research
- Find a Diabetes Research Study at UF
- Meet Our Team
Funding and ongoing support provided by: