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Research at Mass General
Clinical and Translational researchers in the Diabetes Unit have a long history of developing and applying effective new treatments of diabetes.
Our researchers include epidemiologists, physicians, bench scientists, dietitians and nurses.
In total, the researchers from the Diabetes Clinical Research Center are currently following more 1,000 research participants in our studies conducted at Mass General. Click on the page links for more information about these studies.
In addition to the clinical trial studies highlighted above, the MGH Diabetes Unit has performed studies of human physiology and numerous epidemiologic studies in collaboration with the Framingham Heart Study, Baltimore Longitudinal Study of Aging, and Nurses and Physicians Health Studies that have explored the risk factors of diabetes and its complications and in particular the relationship between glycemia and heart disease. Other areas of active research include quality improvement, translation, and health care policy research.
For information about participating in clinical research visit Harvard Catalyst or read a Harvard Catalyst Guide on being a research subject.
View recent publications from the Diabetes Clinical and Translational Research Center. Some full text articles may require a subscription
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