Research at the University of Florida Diabetes Center of Excellence takes place in our Clinical Research Center. There are many clinical trials and studies in diabetes currently being conducted including studies for family members, people with established type 1 diabetes and type 2 diabetes, and studies for people with newly diagnosed diabetes. For a full list of trials, visit the “Find a Diabetes Research Study” page.
Because the diabetes disease process is still being characterized, the UF team of internationally recognized researchers is committed to uncovering and understanding the mechanism of diabetes, so that new therapies can be designed to combat the development of this disease.
The collaboration of clinicians and researchers, together with health professionals, forges a unique program of diabetes research, treatment, and education at the University of Florida.
- AntiCD3 Prevention Study
- Apoptotic Cells Study
- ATG/GCSF Clinical Trial
- Cytokine Production by Cord Blood Cells
- Early Indices of Auditory Pathology in Young Adults with Diabetes
- Immunological Studies in Type 1 Diabetes
- Inflammatory Cytokine Production by Cord Blood Cells from Healthy Newborns
- TODAY Genetics Study
- TrialNet Natural History Study
- TrialNet Oral Insulin Study
- Type 1 Diabetes Exchange
For more information about our research taking place, please view the following investigators’ pages.
- Atkinson Lab
- Brusko Lab
- Clare-Salzler Lab
- Cusi Lab
- Mathews Lab
- Simpson Lab
- Winter Lab
- Kenneth Cusi, MD
- Michael Haller, MD
- Desmond Schatz, MD
- Janet Silverstein, MD
- Chang Qing Xia, MD, PhD
The collaboration of clinicians and researchers, together with health professionals, is critical in our efforts to move diabetes research forward.
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