Forefront Research Magazine
Forefront is the American Diabetes Association's research magazine featuring profiles of cutting-edge Association-funded research currently taking place throughout the nation.
Each issue provides new and exciting information on our efforts to prevent, treat, and cure type 1 and type 2 diabetes.
Forefront - Summer/Fall 2011
Inside this issue:
Research updates from some of our previously highlighted investigators, including
- Joel Elmquist, DVM, PhD: the brain's effect on diabetes
- Michael German, MD: mysteries of islet biology
- Diane Mathis, PhD: next steps in immunology
Forefront - Winter/Spring 2011
Inside this issue:
- Investigating vitamin D's impact on gylcemic control
- Establishing new hypoetheses in beta-cell research
- Training the next generation in diabetic complications
- Investing in the health of Japanese Americans
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