Genetics of Type 2 Diabetes : NIDDK

Genetics of Type 2 Diabetes

The genetics of Type 2 Diabetes Program seeks to identify genes that contribute to the development of type 2 diabetes mellitus.

Specific areas of support include:

  • Studies using animal models to identify diabetes genes:
  • Studies using quantitative statistical methods to identify diabetes genes in human populations.
  • Development of genetic resources, patient samples and methods for studying genetic linkage for diabetes.

For more information, contact Dr. Catherine McKeon, Senior Advisor for Genetic Research.

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