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Fetches Top Dollar for the Berrie Center in Unique Online Auction
“Fendi has somehow made diabetes look glamorous,” said the artist Rachel Feinstein at a recent, private party she hosted for the Naomi Berrie Diabetes Center at the haute Italian label’s new flagship store on Madison Avenue.
For a group of local teens, a private tour of the Berrie Center lab led by Dr. Rudy Leibel, MD, Christopher J. Murphy Professor of Diabetes Research was an eye-opening experience into the world of science.
For Research On Beta-Cell Function After Weight Loss Surgery
Congratulations to Roxanne Dutia, PhD, one of six recipients of the inaugural Samuel Bard Young Investigator Award, presented by Columbia University’s Department of Medicine based on an abstract of her research on beta-cell function after weight loss surgery.
“Thanks For Taking Such Great Care of my Mom”
Caroline Antonacci is a 13-year-old from Rye, NY with many interests: she skis and plays lacrosse. She likes to read, do well in school and spend time with her friends.
To Take Place on April 13 at the University Club in NY
On Monday, April 13, the co-directors of the Naomi Berrie Diabetes Center at Columbia University, will moderate the annual Diabetes Research Panel, an event that showcases the work of a group of Berrie Center scientists who represent some of the leading minds in the expanding field of...
Create Patient Specific Neurons that Regulate Appetite
Researchers have for the first time successfully converted adult human skin cells into neurons that regulate appetite, providing a patient-specific model for studying the neurophysiology of weight control.
Inspires a Book of Photography
In what do you carry your diabetes supplies? Lisette Ranga, a patient at the Berrie Center and the Technology Awareness Manager at company in New York, found a case that became such an integral part of her life, she gave it its own name—“Moxylash”.