Thirty years of progressive growth, with major participation in the Einstein Diabetes Research Center, research ranging from basic biology of the pathophysiology of diabetes to diabetes-related behavioral research, substantial NIH funding, participation in the New York Obesity Center, publications in high-impact journals, and intense physiological studies and clinical trials.
Areas of Investigation
Islet, Biochemistry, Biology, and Immunology; Signal Transduction; Carbohydrate and Lipid Metabolism; Clinical Physiology and Trials; Behavioral, Psychosocial, and Environmental Determinants of Health and Health Disparities; Complications of Diabetes; Thyroid Research; and Hormone Replacement for Aging Men.
Diabetes Research Center
Einstein's NIH-supported center for basic, clinical, translational, biomedical, and behavioral research of diabetes and related complications, specifically in minority and underserved populations.
Animal Physiology, Hormone Assay, Stable Isotope & Metabolomics, and the Prevention & Control Division.
Achievements and Awards
Endocrinology and Metabolism’s rich history of research accomplishments.