What does it mean when scientists say they want to “prevent” a disease?
I graduated from the University of Washington and then went to UNC Chapel Hill where I completed a joint Master of Public Health/Registered Dietitian program.
One magic Sunday back in August, Peter got a can of spinach from the Seattle Sounders.
Frequent urination, dry mouth and unexplained weight loss are common symptoms of type 1 diabetes (t1d).
A microbiome is a collection of microorganisms that create a “mini-ecosystem” and there are 100 trillion bacteria inside your intestinal tract!
With the help of generous volunteers, BRI scientists have been able to move autoimmune and immune-mediated disease researc
Quick T1D Tips to ensure your child is safe and supported at school this fall.
With the resources BRI researchers have access to through the JDRF Core and Assay Validation project, scientists are getting one step closer to solving T1D.
For Bernard Khor, MD, PhD, scientific research has a distinct connection with another one of his passions: food.
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