Faculty of the National CDTR’s

Starting from the first row, far left
Dr. Debra Haire-Joshu (WashU), Dr. Julie Schmittdiel (Kaiser), Dr. Pamela L. Thornton (NIDDK), Dr. Griffin Rodgers (NIDDK, Director), Dr. Judith Fradkin (NIDDK, DEM Director), Dr. Spero Manson (Colorado), Dr. Yvette Roubideaux (National Congress of American Indians), Dr. Elizabeth Walker (Einstein), Dr. Angela Brega (Colorado), Dr. Neda Laiteerapong (Chicago), Dr. Arshiya Baig (Chicago), Dr. Michele Heisler (UMich), Dr. Marshall Chin (Chicago), Dr. Edwin Fisher (UMich), Dr. John Piette (UMich), Dr. Mohammed Ali (Emory), Dr. Mary Beth Weber (Emory), Ms. E. M’balu Oke (Emory), Dr. Guillermo Umpierrez (Emory), Dr. William (Bill) Herman (UMich), Dr. Elbert Huang (Chicago), Dr. Tom Elasy (Vanderbilt), Dr. Sarah Jaser (Vanderbilt), Dr. K.M. Venkat Narayan (Emory), Dr. Patrick O’Connor (HealthPartners Institute), Dr. Jeffrey Gonzalez (Einstein), Dr. Kimberly Huyser (U New Mexico), Dr. Hsin-Chieh “Jessica” Yeh (Johns Hopkins), Dr. Andrea Cherrington (UAB), , Dr. William Cefalu (ADA), Ms. Diane Tuncer (NIDDK), Dr. Eduardo Simoes (U of Missouri), Dr. Carmen Isasi (Einstein)

The NIDDK-supported Centers for Diabetes Translation Research (CDTR) are part of an integrated program whose cores support and enhance diabetes type II translation research (e.g. bedside to practice and the community, dissemination and implementation science).NIDDK’s Diabetes Centers program supports extramural research institutions that have established an existing base of high-quality, diabetes-related research.

The purpose of the CDTRs is to enhance the efficiency, productivity, effectiveness and multidisciplinary nature of diabetes translation research. Centers are intended to improve the quality and multidisciplinary nature of research of diabetes translational research through shared access to specialized technical expertise. The Centers objectives are to bring together investigators from relevant disciplines in a manner that will enhance and extend the effectiveness of their research.


For more information on the Centers for Diabetes Translation Research, please visit: http://www.diabetes-translation.org/