Welcome and introductions of new trainees, fellows E130A-B/Zoom and faculty in the UWMDI and RTC. Overview of the Diabetes and Metabolism Enrichment Series and RTC format. Catered with food and
Much of the good we accomplish is made possible by private support: by people and organizations underwriting leading-edge research and providing funding to train promising fellows. With your help, the UW Medicine Diabetes Institute is improving lives throughout the Northwest and around the world.
Our Institute is the first of its kind in the Pacific Northwest, integrating superb care for patients with diabetes, obesity and their complications.
With a comprehensive program for translating basic research discoveries into improved strategies for the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of these disorders. Housed in the new, state-of-the-art UW Medicine South Lake Union 3.2 facility, the UWMDI brings together basic research, clinical care and translational research under one roof, creating a synergistic environment for advancing new breakthroughs from bench to bedside.
The Institute draws upon the expertise of a wide range of investigators with complementary interests in diabetes, obesity, inflammation, lipid metabolism and atherosclerosis. Members of the Institute’s faculty conduct both basic research to clarify the mechanisms causing diabetes and obesity and their consequences, and translational research to transform their research findings into clinical solutions.
Our research faculty work together to investigate novel hypotheses and discover new drug targets, biomarkers, and prevention strategies to combat diabetes and its complications.
Our investigators harness knowledge from our basic research program to investigate whether new biomarkers can identify high-risk patients for successful treatment, efficiencies of new drugs and devices, and additional treatment and prevention options for patients.
The UWMDI Clinical Research Unit is located adjacent to the UW Diabetes Institute Clinic, which is the primary UW facility for outpatient diabetes care, affording an exceptional environment for interactions between scientists and clinical providers.
Clinical trials at the UWMDI seek to evaluate prevention strategies developed by our basic and translational research programs.
The UWMDI unites Basic, Translational and Clinical Research with outstanding patient care.
Learn more and schedule an appointment with one of our clinics listed on the right.
The UW Diabetes Institute Clinic, part of UW Medicine, consists of caring, motivated, and highly trained physicians, nurse practitioners, nutritionists, and pharmacists, working together to provide comprehensive diabetes care, education, nutrition advice, and support in a friendly atmosphere.
The AYA Diabetes Transition Clinic is designed to provide multidisciplinary care for patients with diabetes mellitus who are transitioning from pediatric to adult care. The clinic is comprised of both adult and pediatric endocrinologists, a psychologist, a social worker, a dietitian, and a nurse educator with the goal of promoting health while addressing specific physical and psychosocial aspects that affect the care of adolescents and young adults.