Dr. Gregory Morton, PhD, has been awarded a competing renewal for his NIH R01 project entitled “CNS mechanisms governing diabetic hyperglycemia”.
Dr. Francis Kim, MD, has been awarded an NIH R01 grant for his project entitled “Endothelial nitric oxide synthase and regulation of macrophage function”.
Dr. Mauricio Dorfman, PhD, has been awarded an American Heart Association Scientist Development Grant for his project entitled “Sex-specific microglial signaling in the pathogenesis of obesity and diabetes.”
Dr. Michael Schwartz, MD, has been featured by several prominent news organizations in recent weeks to discuss the pathogenesis of obesity in long-term weight loss.
Michael Schwartz, MD, presented a lecture entitled “Brain control of blood sugar and the future of diabetes treatment” at the UW Department of Medicine Grand Rounds on April 28, 2016.
Dr. Jenny Kanter has been awarded an Innovative Basic Science Award from the American Diabetes Association for her project entitled “Diabetes and Myocardial Infarction – Do They Synergize to Accelerate Atherosclerosis?
Dr. Chang Yeop Han, PhD, is first author and Dr. Alan Chait, MD, is senior author on the article article entitled “Serum amyloid A impairs the anti-inflammatory properties of HDL”, published in the December 2015 issue of The Journal of Clinical Investigation.…