Intramural Research at NIDDK
The National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) conducts and supports biomedical research and training related to diabetes mellitus; endocrine, bone, and metabolic diseases; digestive diseases, including liver diseases and nutritional disorders; and kidney, urologic, and hematologic diseases.
About the Intramural Program
Labs, Branches, and Core Facilities
The organization of the scientific enterprise at NIDDK, both basic and clinical research, and the core support structure of shared resources.
The central resource of information and main point of contact about research training programs, fellowship activities, orientation, and career development opportunities at NIDDK.
Research Training Opportunities
Information concerning position openings, educational opportunities, and training.
Technology Transfer Office
The interface that facilitates the formation of collaborations between investigators at NIDDK and investigators at companies, in academia, and in other federal laboratories.
Research Program Areas
The research conducted in the intramural program spans the breadth of modern biomedical investigation, from basic science to clinical studies.
A listing of NIDDK's clinical research studies and information about patient recruitment.
A listing of resources and databases provided to support the intramural research staff.
Page last updated: December 15, 2008