Urano joins podcast to share all you need to know about Wolfram syndrome

Recently, Fumihiko Urano, MD, PhD joined “It Happened to Me” podcast hosts Cathy Gildenhorn and Beth Glassman to discuss Wolfram syndrome and his ongoing research. Dr. Urano is the director of the Wolfram Syndrome International Registry & Clinical Study and the doctor of Cathy, who has a variant of the disease. Wolfram syndrome is an […]

Millman shares how bioinformatics can be used to improve diabetes cell therapy 

On March 5, Jeffrey Millman, PhD was featured on The Sugar Science’s Ask the Expert webinar series, hosted on YouTube.  The episode was titled “Unraveling Cellular Complexity in Stem Cell-Derived Islet Identity through Single-Cell Sequencing.”  In the webinar, Dr. Millman gave an overview of using stem cell-derived islets in diabetes cellular therapy, and a comparative […]

Administrative Office Ranks Level Gold for Sustainability 

In March, the administrative office of the Division of Endocrinology, Metabolism and Lipid Research ranked level Gold in the  Washington University’s Green Office Program.   Coordinated by the Office of Sustainability, the Green Office Program is accompanied by it’s partner, the Green Lab Program.  The programs consist of a framework and set of resources that aid […]

McNerney and Jasim discuss the long-term endocrine effects of cancer treatment 

On October 10, 2023, Kyle P. McNerney, MD of the Department of Pediatrics at Washington University School of Medicine and Sina Jasim, MD of the Division of Endocrinology, Metabolism and Lipid Research, had their book chapter titled “Long-Term Effects of Cancer Treatment” published in Familial Endocrine Cancer Syndromes: Navigating the Transition of Care for Pediatric […]

Powers Carson and Arora discuss negative correlations between BMI and glycated albumin 

In October of 2023, Jennifer Powers Carson, PhD and colleague, Jyoti Arora, MS of the Washington University School of Medicine, Center for Biostatistics and Data Science, had their work published by Clinical Biochemistry. The article was titled, “Glycated serum proteins and albumin but not glycated albumin show negative correlation with BMI in an overweight/obese, diabetic […]