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Workplace giving in support of the Kovler Diabetes Center   The University of Chicago Kovler Diabetes Center welcomes gifts through workplace giving campaigns, employee matching gift programs and other special fundraising drives. If you are a government, state, or local employee, or if your company...

Give an Honor Donation in the name of someone you love Give an honor donation to someone you love for any special occasion. Honor donations to the Kovler Diabetes Center are the perfect gifts for: Weddings Birthdays Anniversaries Thank You Mother’s/Father’s Day Holidays Congratulations and many others!...

Make a Memorial Donation in honor of a loved one to the Kovler Diabetes Center You can create a living memorial in the name of a family member or friend.  Your tax-deductable donation will show the family of the deceased that you care while helping the Kovler...

Infants, children, adolescents and adults, including those at the highest risk for complications, receive comprehensive treatment at the Kovler Diabetes Center. Our approach is: Science-based Researchers at the University of Chicago have advanced diabetes understanding and treatment for more than a century. Multidisciplinary Physicians from...

This page is out of date. Please visit http://monogenicdiabetes.uchicago.edu/consent-documents/ for up-to-date information. Neonatal Diabetes Registry Consent Forms The following documents fully explain our research study and should be signed by the patient and/or parents depending on the age of the patient: NOTE: You will need...

Diabetes and Genetics – By the Numbers Scientists and physicians now know that there are different types of diabetes, with a variety of causes. Some, but not all, forms of diabetes are related to genetic irregularities. Thanks to research at the University of Chicago Medical...

Neonatal Diabetes: a disease that affects children under 12 months of age. The Neonatal Diabetes Registry is the first national registry for neonatal diabetes in the United States. It was developed by the University of Chicago under the direction of Siri Atma Greeley, MD, PhD...