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Functioning human pancreatic cells after they've been transplanted into a mouse. (Photo: Saiyong Zhu)
January 06, 2016

 

The new cells prevented the onset of diabetes in an animal model of the disease

 

Stephen Gitelman, MD, led the first U.S. safety trial of a new form of immunotherapy for type 1 diabetes
December 08, 2015

Findings lay groundwork for moving beyond drugs – and their associated toxicities – to treat diabetes

Diabetes Center at UCSF

November 17, 2015

Diabetes Center at UCSF

SAN FRANCISCO (November 17, 2015)

Coursera Online Diabetes Lectures
November 09, 2015

 

Faculty of the UCSF Diabetes Center deliver lectures via Coursera.(COURTESY PHOTO)

 

Coursera Diabetes Lectures Available Online

Lecture series moderated by Diabetes Center faculty

UCSF Diabetes Center

November 02, 2015

What: On Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2015 at noon, the UCSF Women’s Health Center at the Mount Zion Campus will host “Balance Your Way to Better Health and Prevent or Manage Diabetes.” The event -- free and open to the public -- will include:

Members of the newly launched UCSF Nutrition and Obesity Research Center include, from left, Allison Xu, center director Christian Vaisse, Kathy Mulligan, Elissa Epel, Suneil Koliwad, Alka Kanaya, Jeremy Reiter and Holly Ingraham. The federally funded center will support studies on obesity, nutrition, and metabolism among 48 UCSF researchers across 12 departments. (Photo: Kathleen Jay/UCSF).
September 03, 2015

 

 

Members of the newly launched UCSF Nutrition and Obesity Research Center include, from left, Allison Xu, center director Christian Vaisse, Kathy Mulligan, Elissa Epel, Suneil Koliwad, Alka Kanaya, Jeremy Reiter and Holly Ingraham. The federally funded center will support studies on obesity, nutrition, and metabolism among 48 UCSF researchers across 12 departments. (Photo: Kathleen Jay/UCSF).

UCSF labs of Anil Bhusan, left, and Matthias Hebrok
June 23, 2015

Members of the UCSF labs of Anil Bhushan, at left, and Matthias Hebrok, at right, collaborated on a study published this week that points at new strategies for treating diabetes. (Photo: Kathleen Jay)

Halting diabetes

UCSF researchers publish study that points to ways of reversing disease’s onset

BY KATHLEEN JAY

Diabetes Center at UCSF

Michael McManus, at left, and Alex Marson, contributed to the most-complete mapping of the human epigenome to date. (PHOTO: Kathleen Jay/UCSF)
March 13, 2015

 

Diabetes Center researchers contribute to ‘most comprehensive’ human epigenome roadmap

Michael McManus, Alex Marson participate to novel study

By Kathleen Jay

Diabetes Center at UCSF

UCSF Diabetes Center researcher Malin Akerblom, PhD, photographed Wednesday, ‎Jan. ‎ on the roof of the Eli and Edythe Broad Center of Regeneration Medicine and Stem Cell Research at the University of California San Francisco. Dr. Akerblom recently received a prestigious award from the Swedish Research Council to develop a novel technique for tracing stem cell lineage in the brain. (Photo: KATHLEEN JAY/UCSF)
February 10, 2015

Swedish Research Council awards UCSF researcher grant for novel study on brain stem cells

Diabetes Center post-doctoral scholar to develop lineage tracing technique

BY KATHLEEN JAY

December 12, 2014

Members of the Koliwad lab at UC San Francisco’s Saunders Court on Thursday, November 20, 2014. Pictured from left are: Megan Robblee, Suneil Koliwad, Diana Alba and Martin Valdearcos Contreras (Photo: Kathleen Jay/UCSF)

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