Research

Diabetes is a serious and growing concern worldwide. Millions of people are affected everyday by diabetes, with over 382 million people living with diabetes worldwide. Diabetes is already considered a global epidemic and is expected to keep increasing, with the International Diabetes Federation estimating numbers to rise to over 590 million by 2035. The only way the complex problems of diabetes will be resolved is through essential research to unlock the diabetes mystery.

The Diabetes Service is working hard to help uncover the answers to the complex problems of diabetes by pin pointing causes, understanding the genes behind diabetes, and reviewing clinical practise to improve clinical treatments. Due to the unique nature of the Diabetes Service, our research outcomes directly impact on the care of our patients and the wider community.

For a complete list of the Diabetes Service publications please click the following links:

https://www.garvan.org.au/research/diabetes-metabolism/clinical-diabetes-appetite-metabolism

https://www.garvan.org.au/research/diabetes-metabolism/clinical-diabetes-appetite-metabolism/prader-willi-syndrome-and-genetic-forms-of-diabetes