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Clinical Division Faculty



Jennifer Raymond, M
Assistant Professor, Pediatric Endocrinology 
Biosketch / Statement of Interest

Dr. Raymond’s current research is focused on understanding the best clinical approach to pediatric patients with diabetes, specifically adolescents and young adults as they become more independent with their diabetes care. Dr. Raymond focused on clinical diabetes research in adolescents and young adults during her first years as a faculty member and during her fellowship training. She also completed advanced training in clinical research.

She currently has an American Diabetes Association Junior Faculty award titled: “T1DM Grows Up: Novel Intervention for Transitioning Patients from Pediatric to Adult Care”. She is completing a provider-focused, problem-based learning intervention to improve clinical care in adolescents and young adults. Her goal is to improve providers’ care of adolescents and young adults, which will ideally result in improved diabetes management in the adolescents and young adults.

Dr. Raymond also has a NIH/NIDDK K12 award focusing on an innovative approach to clinical care in adolescents and young adults. Her project is titled: “Shared Medical Appointments for Adolescents and Emerging Adults with Type 1 Diabetes”. She is designing a clinic focused on group visits in adolescents and emerging adults to prepare them for management of their diabetes during and after high school. She is working with multiple medical disciplines to learn how to best provide care for this patient population.

Publications/Creative Work:
Peer-reviewed
Raymond JK, Duke DC, Shimomaeda L, Harris MA. Looking forward to transition: perspectives on transition from pediatric to adult diabetes care. J Adolesc Health. Undergoing revisions.

Duke DC, Raymond JK, Shimomaeda L, Harris MA. Hindsight is 20/20: informing transition from pediatric to adult diabetes care. J Pediatr Psychol. Submitted.

Reviews
Harris MA, Raymond JK, Duke DC. Optimizing transitional care for emerging adults with type 1 diabetes: what needs to be done and by whom? Diabetes Manage 2012;2(4):269-271. Raymond JK, LaFranchi SH. Fetal and neonatal thyroid function: review and summary of significant new findings. Curr Opin Endocrinol Diabetes Obes 2010 Feb;17(1):1-7.

Abstracts
Raymond JK, Duke DC, Shimomaeda L, Harris MA. Finding common ground?: parent vs. teen beliefs about transition in diabetes care. Poster presented at The American Diabetes Association Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June 2012.
Duke DC, Raymond JK, Shimomaeda L, Harris MA. Transitioning to adult diabetes care: what a difference a few years makes. [Abstract]. Diabetes 2012.
Raymond JK, Gillingham MB. The intersection of fatty acid oxidation, diet-induced insulin resistance, and epigenetics. Poster presented at The Developmental Origins of Health and Disease 7th World Congress, Portland, Oregon, September 2011.
Raymond JK, Duke DC, Kraus K, Hanna CE, Cable K, Shimomaeda L, Harris MA. Looking forward to transition: perspectives on transition from pediatric to adult diabetes care. Poster presented at The American Diabetes Association Annual Meeting, San Diego, California, June 2011.
Duke DC, Raymond JK, Castle J, Joarder F, Hanavan KA, Shimomaeda L, Harris MA. Looking back to the future of transition: retrospective on the pitfalls of transition from pediatric to adult diabetes care. [Abstract]. Diabetes 2011;60:2179-PO.
Raymond JK, Gillingham MB. Parental genotype, fatty acid oxidation, and diet-induced insulin resistance. Poster presented at The Pediatric Academic Societies' Annual Meeting, Denver, Colorado, May 2011.
Raymond JK, Marks DL, Gillingham MB. Fatty acid oxidation and diet-induced insulin resistance. Poster presented at The Pediatric Academic Societies' Annual Meeting, Vancouver, British Columbia, May 2010.
Raymond JK, Rosen JM, Rhode PC. Assessing the feasibility of the Kansas pediatric obesity screening tool (K-POST) with primary care physicians. Poster presented at The North American Association for the Study of Obesity Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia, October 2005.​