U of M, Mayo clinic aim to cure diabetes
The University of Minnesota and the Mayo Clinic have launched an initiative to treat and ultimately cure diabetes over the next ten years. Experts discuss what such an effort would take, and if finding a cure is really possible.
- Mark Paller, MD, MS: Executive vice dean of the University of Minnesota Medical School.
- Robert Rizza, MD: Endocrinologist, diabetes researcher, and executive dean for research at the Mayo Clinic.
- Ann Albright, PhD, RD: Director, division of diabetes translation at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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- About Mark Paller
- Minnesota Partnership for Biotechnology and Medical Genomics
- About Robert Rizza
- About Ann Albright