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LaToya Bradford, BSH
Latoya Bradford has served in several functions and leadership roles throughout the ambulatory outpatient clinics at the University of Chicago
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Type 1 Diabetes TrialNet
Say hello to our Diabetes TrialNet team at American Diabetes Association – Chicago summer camp last week! As part of
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Kovler Impact Report
Kovler 2014 Impact Report
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Natural History Study
The current study concerns people with type 1 diabetes and how family history plays a role. Follow these links for
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Kovler Leadership: Friends for the Cure
After months of planning and anticipation, Mardi for a Cure was a smashing success! Hosted by Friends for the Cure,
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9th Annual Chicago Diabetes Day
On Saturday, May 17, 2014, the Chicago Center for Diabetes Translation Research (CCDTR) will present the 9th Annual Chicago Diabetes
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8th Annual Living Well with Diabetes
On May 10th, The University of Chicago Kovler Diabetes Center and the Urban Health Initiative will be co-hosting our 8th
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Walgreens, Our Valuable Partner
From toy and winter coat drives to fundraising walks and informing neighbors about flu protection, Walgreens is building upon its
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Research Study on Type 2 Diabetes and Pediatrics
At the Kovler Diabetes Center, experts are committed to providing patients with access to cutting-edge treatments and therapies. Kovler’s clinical
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Meet Michele Stewart
The University of Chicago Kovler Diabetes Center takes pride in the talented team of providers who strive every day to
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Celebrating their 10th Anniversary, Friends for the Cure to host Mardi for a Cure
All proceeds will benefit the University of Chicago Kovler Diabetes Center (Chicago – January 16, 2014) – Friends for the
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Jim Tyree Diabetes Education Library
About The Jim Tyree Diabetes Education Library, located on the 5th floor Endocrinology Clinic at DCAM, is designed to provide
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Jazzmyne Dickens
Jazzmyne Dickens received her Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in May 2010. Hoping to further
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The Past 200 Years in Diabetes
Kenneth S. Polonsky, M.D., from the Department of Medicine, University of Chicago, wrote an interesting article to coincide with The
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Kovler announces InTransit teen advisory panel
Kovler is proud to announce the creation of its InTransit teen advisory panel. On Wednesday, June 13, a group of
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Rochelle Naylor, MD, will join the University of Chicago Kovler Diabetes Center
Rochelle Naylor, MD, joined the Kovler Diabetes Center’s world-class faculty as a pediatric endocrinologist in July 2012.  Dr. Naylor completed
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Now offering continuing of medical education
This October, the University of Chicago will offer world-class continuing medical education linking diabetes, hypertension, strokes and lipid management. The
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Matt Brady, Research Feature
Matt Brady, PhD received his undergraduate and graduate degrees from University of Chicago.  After receiving his PhD in 1994, Brady
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Jay Franke, brings dance to Chicago
Jay Franke, an accomplished professional dancer, now brings the gift of dance to the entire Chicago community in his current
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Diabetes Alert Day 2012
March 27th is Diabetes Alert Day 2012 The University of Chicago Kovler Diabetes Center will have tables set up throughout
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Dr. Louis Philipson – One of America’s Best Doctors
Physicians at the University of Chicago Medical Center once again are being honored among the best of the best in
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A Fulfilling Summer for Kovler’s Certified Diabetes Educator
It’s been a busy, but fulfilling summer for me.  In addition to meeting with and coaching my patients every week,
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The Kovler Diabetes Center is Connecting with our Communities
The Kovler Diabetes Center and its staff have supported several community events over the last few weeks, including the Comer Kids’ Classic,
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