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Clinical Research

Successful research points toward clinical trials for potential drugs, and better understanding of genetic, environmental, behavioral, mental and other factors involved in diabetes offers powerful tools for managing and eventually overcoming the disease.

Going for the Records in Diabetes

Upgrading Joslin’s electronic medical record system will accelerate research and
enhance care delivery

Understanding How People Understand Diabetes Self-Management

Katie Weinger, Ed.D., R.N., seeks to adapt diabetes education to people and their particular strengths and weaknesses.

Tracking the Spectrum of Insulin Resistance in Diabetes

Type 2 diabetes begins with insulin resistance, but how does that condition progress to the fullblown disease?

Studying Interventions for Children with Diabetes

Two major clinical trials are aimed at improving diabetes management and overall health.

Joslin Study Looks for Links between Insulin Resistance and Alzheimer's

Gail Musen, Ph.D., is studying whether sophisticated brain imaging tools can detect early warning signs of Alzheimer’s disease among people with insulin resistance.

Page last updated: April 24, 2014