DRC at Joslin Diabetes Center

DRC Cores

The primary aim of the Joslin Diabetes and Endocrinology Research Center (DRC) is to provide a stable framework on which to conduct multi-disciplinary studies and to encourage the scientific development of young investigators.

The DRC consists of three clusters of activity which support 10 separate cores, a Computer Resource, and an Enrichment Program.

The Core laboratories are the major components of the Joslin DRC and represent the most visible and important aspect of the DRC. They are used by every investigator at Joslin and are an integral part of Joslin research.

Administrative Core, Bioinformatics & Enrichment Core

Scientific Cores

Other Cores

Investigators

Adjunct Investigators

Pilot & Feasibility Studies

As part of the NIH grant that supports Joslin Diabetes Center’s Diabetes and Endocrinology Research Center (DERC), the Pilot & Feasibility Program offers funding in 2010 for two studies in the areas of Type-1 diabetes, Type-2 diabetes or their complications, from either a basic research or clinical perspective.