Our Mission

To advance research by providing novel experimental tools to the scientific community for phenotyping genetic mouse models related to diabetes, obesity, and other metabolic diseases.

Our Goals

  • Broaden the scope of techniques available to investigators
  • Standardize key methodologies
  • Expedite the completion of research
  • Compile a database for mouse models of diabetes

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1 week ago
So I remember to look at later. @hugheycc @ETrefts https://t.co/Fm82tCWmEy
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NatureRevGastroHep @NatRevGastroHep
#Obesity induces a local inflammatory state within the omentum that can drive #carcinogenesis at multiple sites in the #gastrointestinal tract. More in this REVIEW

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1 week ago
Another great advance in assessment of mitochondrial function from the experts at @EastCarolina https://t.co/Irsvktnmyc
1 week ago
The @AGA_Gastro got the right man for the job. Dr. Peek is an outstanding physician-scientist and highly conscientious in any of his diverse leadership role. Proud to have him as a Vanderbilt colleague. @VUBasicSciences @VUMCResearch https://t.co/Ij2xGuIlPL
1 week ago
Enormously proud to have our own Ian M. Williams, PhD as the recipient of the Founder's Medal for the Vanderbilt University Graduate School. @vumcdiabetes @vumedicine @vubasicsciences https://t.co/L96Xro4HJu via @VanderbiltU