The UF Diabetes Institute offers many studies encompassing a wide range of disciplines and specialties related to the physiology, pathogenesis and treatment of diabetes, as well as its complications, and translation of new knowledge to the clinic and the community. Learn more about clinical trials and research studies currently available.
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These studies are aimed at finding ways to prevent type 1 diabetes. Reserachers are looking for at-risk T1D individuals. Individuals can be screened for T1D risk through TrialNet at UF.
UF researchers are working to delay and ultimately stop the onset of diabetes by evaluating new approaches to prevent or ameliorate the disease in its earliest stage to optimize the potential for successful treatment.
Research studies range from preserving insulin producing cells, to targeted treatment therapies that aim to alter or slow-down the progression of the disease.
The UF Diabetes Institute seeks to understand the underlying causes of type 2 diabetes in children and adults, as well as developing treatment plans that are customized to a patient’s personality, habits and needs.
The UF Diabetes Institute is finding ways to prevent and treat the common complications of diabetes, including fatty liver, kidney failure, heart and vascular disease and eye disease.