If you have type 2 diabetes, your doctor will talk to you about different treatment options. Learn about the different types of treatment for type 2 diabetes, and how your doctor chooses the right one for you.
Chris Wilcox, MD, interviews Pedro Jose, MD, PhD, co-recipient of the Excellence in Hypertension Research Award for 2015 about his work on the role of dopamine signaling in hypertension.
George L. King 先生
Dianne Nunnally Hoppes Laboratory, Joslin Diabetes Center
Harvard Medical School
The Indiana Diabetes Research Center has a very broad focus on basic science and translational research with a key strength in cell biology, molecular metabolism, & islet function. Their partnerships have allowed them to broaden this research and develop translational research into new diagnostics & therapeutics.
We wish to thank the ~18,000 participants who attended the 49th EASD Annual Meeting in Barcelona, Spain from September 23 - 27, 2013
Lab-based research and clinical trials all support the search for a cure. Diabetes UK funds many projects that could help.
Type 1 diabetes:
Type 2 diabetes:
Research in to the genetic mechanisms behind the condition
Very low-calorie diet
We talked to Diabetes UK Director of Research, Dr Alasdair Rankin, to find out more.
Research suggests that risk for type 2 diabetes in some people may have begun very early in life, as a result of differences in how nutrients were reaching the developing baby. Differences in nutrition, either too few or too many calories, differences in the types of foods eaten, or differences in how the placenta and umbilical cord functions to deliver nutrition to the baby, can all increase babies' risk for developing type 2 diabetes much later in life.
It’s one of the most important things offered at every annual meeting – ENDO TV interviewed Alan Dalkin, MD & Lisa Tannock, MD, Co-Chairs of the Self-Assessment Committee, Endocrine Society. Drs. Dalkin & Tannock talk about the book, the online module, and the ESAP Live sessions. To learn more, watch this interview and also check out:
昭和大学医学部内科学講座 糖尿病・代謝・内分泌内科学部門 主任教授 平野 勉先生
いしい医院 院長 石井 誠先生
From the 74th Scientific Sessions in San Francisco, Rhonda Anderson interviews Stephen Parker, PhD, one of the first recipients of the Pathway to Stop Diabetes research grants. His work focuses on mapping the changes in DNA code associated with type 2 diabetes and studying how these variations cause the disease.
Diabetes interview with Liz from Diabetes UK!
Glenn C. Rowe, PhD and Joseph Libonati, PhD, moderators of a scientific session on Exercise and Heart Failure at BCVS 2015 discuss the benefits of exercise in heart failure, some recent scientific approaches to understanding the underlying biological processes, and their potential use for developing new therapies for patients.