Clinical Care Research Report - Kovler Diabetes Center

Clinical Care

Louis H. Philipson, MD, PhD, professor of medicine and pediatrics and director of the University of Chicago Medicine Kovler Diabetes Center, has been named the first holder of the James C. Tyree Professor in Diabetes Research and Care. The endowed professorship, effective Jan.1, 2018, continues Tyree’s...

Latoya Bradford has served in several functions and leadership roles throughout the ambulatory outpatient clinics at the University of Chicago Medicine since joining the team 5 years ago. In her current role, Latoya is a liaison between endocrine clinic providers, staff, patients, and insurance companies....

Say hello to our Diabetes TrialNet team at American Diabetes Association - Chicago summer camp last week! As part of the TrialNet Natural History Study, our team offers blood tests that can identify the risk for type 1 diabetes up to ten years before symptoms actually...

The current study concerns people with type 1 diabetes and how family history plays a role. Follow these links for more information PHASE 1 OF NATURAL HISTORY STUDY PHASE 2 AND 3 OF THE NATURAL HISTORY [su_column size="1/1" class="graycolumn"] [contact-form-7 id="7087" title="Natural History Study"] [/su_column]  ...

From toy and winter coat drives to fundraising walks and informing neighbors about flu protection, Walgreens is building upon its long-standing tradition of community engagement.  This includes crucial healthy living, diabetes prevention and treatment programs and services. To help keep the Walgreens retail network connected to...

Jazzmyne Dickens received her Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in May 2010. Hoping to further herunderstanding of the genetics of diabetes, Jazzmyne is building upon her research background as Study Coordinator for the Kovler Monogenic Diabetes Registry. In addition to...