The American Diabetes Association seeks to expand the field of diabetes research through increasing support and by filling the research pipeline with investigators to accelerate progress toward improved treatments and a cure.
Our program encourages research that is innovative and novel, and places emphasis on providing funding opportunities to researchers early in their careers. With funding from the Association, investigators are able to validate their ideas, publish their findings, and often are able to secure further funding for their work from the National Institutes of Health and other federal agencies.
For more information on Association-supported researchers and their important discoveries, explore the links below.
The research database allows you to search for useful information on currently funded grantees and their research projects.
Important and exciting research advances from Association-funded researchers are highlighted in Research Discoveries.
The Association provides critical support to diabetes researchers who are studying all aspects of diabetes.
Journals of the American Diabetes Association are counted among the most prominent publications in the field of endocrinology and metabolism.
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