The environment each of us was exposed early in life, even in the womb, matters for our long term health. The mechanisms involved are not well understood, but the impacts include endocrine diseases – especially diabetes. Check this out: the Journal of Endocrinology is publishing a special edition focused on the developmental origins of endocrine disease. Our lab contributes the lead original research article in the edition, which is reviewed in the issue’s main editorial.
Our 2017 publication in Endocrinology was highlighted in Diabetes 2018, a special curated collection of Endocrine Society journal articles published 2017-2018, found at this link.
Our 2017 publication in Endocrinology was an “Editor’s Choice” and the subject of an “Additional News and Views” review entitled “CFTR: Ferreting Out Its Role in Cystic Fibrosis–Related Diabetes”, found here.
March 1, 2015: Our work showing that the placenta has unrivaled avidity for glucose, supporting unparalleled rates of glucose flux, was reviewed in The Journal of Nuclear Medicine 56(3):21N.
Dec 2009: Our work on diabetes in pregnancy was reviewed in Diabetes Forefront magazine (link no longer available, but was this)
2006: Our PI was featured in the NIDDK’s publication “Advances and Emerging Opportunities in Type 1 Diabetes Research” under “Goal VI: Attract New Talent and Apply New Technologies to Research on Type 1 Diabetes.” (link no longer available, but was this.)