Jennifer Stone’s Type 1 Diabetes Diagnosis

Former Disney star Jennifer Stone opens up to Diagnosis Diaries about her challenging diagnosis experience and how it’s inspired her to help others.

Parkinson’s and diabetes

Research indicates there is a relationship between Parkinson’s and diabetes, with some recent data suggesting treatment or prevention of diabetes may

Finding a Cure for Type 1 Diabetes

UCF alum and Harvard-MIT bioengineering doctoral student Christopher Clifford ’22 shares his personal and professional insights into diabetes, finding your own version of success, and his hopes for the future of bioengineering.

“Profound Implications” – Microbial Origins of Type 1 Diabetes

A bacterial protein stimulates the reproduction of insulin-producing cells, pointing to a potential treatment. Nearly ten years ago, graduate student Jennifer Hampton Hill of the University of Oregon (UO) made a fortuitous find: a protein produced by gut bacteria that triggered the division of cell

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