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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5 days ago
Great paper on ghrelin transport to the brain from a Vanderbilt alum no less! @VUBasicSciences https://t.co/SiepJapfZU MouseCentral photo
5 days ago
Exciting day tomorrow at @VanderbiltU @VUMCResearch https://t.co/aED8wLPR47
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Did you sign up for the 2019 Single Cell Biology Symposium happening tomorrow (2/12)? The day will feature talks by @VanderbiltU faculty, postdocs, and students, plus keynotes by @Bendall_Lab from @Stanford and Allon Klein from @Harvard. Full details: https://t.co/3DfrISxogQ https://t.co/Tpc8c3a3RF
5 days ago
Great work from @ChrisPerryYork. Selective mitochondrial dysfunction precedes the onset of overt cardiomyopathy in D2.mdx mice. Can preventing mito dysfunction prevent progression of cardiomyopathy? @MHRC_YorkU https://t.co/cI9aA3rq3D
6 days ago
Love this paper. More evidence of ecm muscle interaction in metabolic regulation and insulin action. @Cell_Metabolism https://t.co/ihtbMlpw2A