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Biomedical Engineer Studies Islet Cells to…

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Biomedical Engineer Studies Islet Cells to Uncover the Processes of Diabetes In Featured, J Crayton Pruitt Family Department of Biomedical…

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Finding Genius Podcast: “More Tools in the Type 1…

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Fascinating and frustrating: two words that Dr. Haller uses to describe researching how type 1 diabetes evolves within the human endocrine system. …

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“Can we use ‘personalized’ medicine to prevent…

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Watch the seminar presented by Michael Haller, MD, Professor & Chief of Pediatric Endocrinology and UFDI Affiliate at the Naomi Berry Diabetes…

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Pediatric Diabetes Research

The University of Florida is one of the nation’s leaders in efforts aimed at preventing and reversing type 1 diabetes. Our outstanding group of investigators is part of what makes our world-renowned program unique.

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Diabetes Technology

Anastasia Albanese-O’Neill, Ph.D., APRN, C.D.E., clinical assistant professor and director of diabetes education and clinic operations in the UF College of Medicine’s division of pediatric endocrinology, discusses the benefits of diabetes technology and different diabetes technology options available.

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UF DIABETES INSTITUTE DIGITAL MAGAZINE

2019 Year in Review

Catch up on University of Florida Diabetes Institute faculty, staff and student achievements throughout 2019.

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