Several studies to date have found that people with type 1 diabetes (T1D) tend to have celiac disease more often than individuals in the general population. Michael Haller, MD
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Researchers examined potential biomarkers that could be used to distinguish different subtypes of diabetes and ultimately help improve patient outcomes by preventing misdiagnosis and delayed treatment. Visit the article here. Seyhan, A., A., Nunez Lopez. Y. O., Xie, H. YI, F., Mathews, C., Pasarica, M., & Pratley, R. E. (2016). Pancreas-enriched miRNAs are altered in...
increase in diabetes in coming years. The BMJ article is the journal's most-read piece for the month of June.
Did you hear the great news about the first artificial pancreas outpatient trial in the U.S. being approved by the FDA? To help ensure that progress like the artificial pancreas continues to improve the lives of those with diabetes by simply sending an email to your members of Congress.
, cardiology and heart surgery, and diabetes/endocrinology, according to the 2019-20 Best Children’s Hospitals rankings released today by U.S. News & World Report.
Desmond Schatz, M.D., medical director of the UF Health Diabetes Center of Excellence, will begin his term as president of the American Diabetes Association in 2016. First, he will serve as vice president in 2014 and then as president-elect in 2015.
from the United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS). This positive news comes following the UF College of Medicine's appointment of two new liver, kidney and pancreas surgeons, who joined the team on Aug. 1. Learn more.
A case study in a 32-year-old Hispanic patient who lived with type 1 diabetes for 19 years. View the article here. Jacobson, L. M., Posgai, A. L., Campbell-Thompson, M., Shatz D. A. (2016). Diagnostic dilemma: clinical and histological abnormalities in a hispanic patient with diabetes. Diabetes Care. 39(9):1650-2; doi: 10.2337/dc16-0711.
More than 125 faculty from 9 colleges and 26 departments are represented at the UF Diabetes Institute. Learn more about faculty interests and areas of expertise below