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Fostering and Promoting Diabetes Research Johns Hopkins University - University of Maryland Diabetes Research Center

About Us

Investigators from Johns Hopkins University and University of Maryland have joined together to create the Johns Hopkins University - University of Maryland Diabetes Research Center.

  • Fosters collaborative and multidisciplinary diabetes and endocrinology research.
  • Translates research into programs that advance the diagnosis and treatment of diabetes and related disorders by health care professionals.
  • Strives to understand the causes of type 1 and type 2 diabetes, MODY, drug-induced, gestational and other forms of diabetes, and promotes translational research aimed at reducing the burden of these diseases.
  • Focuses on childhood diabetes and diabetes that affects underserved populations.

Research Cores


NIDDK Medical Student Research Program

Each summer, The Johns Hopkins University and the University of Maryland host a cadre of medical students from across the country with support from the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases. Each student works with a faculty mentor and engages in a summer research project, with the goal of inspiring and engaging the next generation of physicians in diabetes research.


Diabetes in the News

Stay up-to-date on the latest news from the American Diabetes Association.


Johns Hopkins Science Calendar

The Science Calendar Online is a Johns Hopkins Medicine publication listing events sponsored by Johns Hopkins Medicine and other Johns Hopkins-affiliated institutions. The events are open to all Johns Hopkins faculty and staff members.

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