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Joslin Research Sections

Only a multi-disciplinary approach such as that found in the basic and clinical done in the Joslin Research Division can fully explore the most promising pathways to prevent, treat and cure type 1 and type 2 diabetes and their complications.

Joslin research brings together a team of some of the most talented scientists and physicians anywhere in the world. Our academic model enables basic researchers and clinicians to forge a bond that fosters creative thinking and spurs discovery. Insights gained from Joslin's laboratories improve clinical care not only for Joslin patients, but for people with diabetes across the globe.

As you explore the research sections, you will see that diabetes is not a single disease—but rather a complex problem caused by multiple genes and environmental factors that call for scientists to attack it from many perspectives.

Joslin researchers are doing just that.

Page last updated: September 19, 2014