The University of Florida Diabetes Center of Excellence has ongoing funding from the National Institutes of Health/NIDDK, the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, the American Diabetes Association, the Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust, and other private funding agencies. Current total annual research funding exceeds $5 million. Cumulative scholarship produced by Diabetes Center faculty well exceeds 1100 papers, chapters and books.
The research efforts at the UF Diabetes Center of Excellence is conducted by a team of researchers in both the clinical setting and in laboratories. 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. Due to the continually changing field of research, there is a continual inflow of new findings and subsequent publications released each day.
To read more about the current happenings, please visit the PubMed website. This live RSS feed will display the most current publications, as well as a brief summary, and a listing of the UF researchers involved.