Ashby Walker, Ph.D., on ADA webinar panel about "COVID-19 and the Diabetes Care Team: Challenges and Opportunities to Help Vulnerable Populations".
Keshav Motwani, an undergraduate fellow in the Brusko Laboratory with the UFDI, was one of 396 students nationwide selected for the 2020 Goldwater Scholarship. The Goldwater Scholarship is the most prestigious undergraduate award in the fields of science, mathematics and engineering. It is awarded to students who demonstrate…
Read the UF Diabetes Institute Quarterly to stay up-to-date on the latest diabetes news and happenings in the University of Florida community.
The UFDI is pleased to present the 2019 Year in Review, which serves as a reflection of our countless achievements throughout the past year.
T1D Families are invited to come out and enjoy a day at Depot Park on Sunday, April 5th.
Gator Nation Giving Day is a 24-hour fundraising event, calling on the Gator Nation to come together to support UF and its areas of positive impact.
A prolonged infection by a common virus might sometimes trigger the immune system attack on the pancreas that ultimately leads to Type 1 diabetes. The finding from The Environmental Determinants of Diabetes in the Young, or TEDDY, study was recently published in the journal Nature Medicine by a team of scientists that includes a University of Florida Health researcher.
A group of UF researchers will use a new $3.3 million grant to evaluate safety, tolerability, and general response to the probiotic Lactobacillus johnsonii N6.2 in people with T1D. The scientists aim to determine if the probiotic has a positive impact on gastrointestinal health and general wellness for individuals with T1D.
Join us for a free and family-friendly health and wellness event at Depot Park on 11/17! Click the link to learn more about the event.