It is truly an honor to lead the Diabetes Center, not only because of the strength of our diabetes research, clinical care and education programs, but because I have the pleasure of working with some of the world’s most accomplished and dedicated diabetes research and medical professionals, collectively focused on improving the lives of those impacted by diabetes.
Robert Rushakoff, MD, Mary Sullivan, RN, DNP, ANP-BC, CDE, and other UCSF clinicians are focused on improving diabetes management for both hospitalized patients and patients transitioning both into the hospital and then back to their homes.
Suneil Koliwad, MD, of the Gladstone Institute of Cardiovascular Disease has joined the faculty of the UCSF Diabetes Center to continue his research involving inflammation and the role it plays in diabetes.
This fall, we celebrated our tenth anniversary when diabetes research, clinical care and education were all united into one organization to more rapidly improve the quality of life of those living with diabetes.
Researchers from the UCSF Center for Vulnerable Populations (CVP) at San Francisco General Hospital continue to impact diabetes prevention and management efforts in countless ways through their important translational research.
The unique program of the UCSF Diabetes Teaching Center brings together the skills of physicians, nurses, pharmacists and nutritionists to provide individuals with therapies, diabetes education and continuing resources.