The Barbara Davis Center serves as a model for
combining basic and clinical investigation.
The Center is a consistent incubator for novel
ideas and discoveries in the immunology, genetics, and cell biology of diabetes
that have developed into diagnostic assays now standard in diabetes research.
The BDC research goals include investigation of the causes of type 1 diabetes,
the early detection of autoimmunity, prevention and early intervention. In
addition we are developing new treatments, including a focus on the artificial
pancreas, and prevention strategies for complications of both type 1 and type 2
diabetes, and the outcomes of care of type 1 diabetes.
Learn more about our research by clicking the links
in participating in a research study?
Research Division Telephone (No patient/clinical inquiries, please): 303.724.6836
Research Division Grants Coordinator & Administrator: Kathryn Gray