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The focus of this program is to develop an artificial pancreas for type 1 diabetes that delivers insulin automatically and with individualized precision.
Dr. Ananda Basu and Dr. Rita Basu's lab is studying subcutaneous glucose transport and continuous subcutaneous glucose sensing in type 1 diabetes.
The focus of this program is the roles for excess cortisol and carotid bodies in regulating blood glucose in people with and people without diabetes.
The lab is identifying the role of this enzyme in extra-adrenal cortisol production in people with and people without type 2 diabetes
Dr. Ananda Basu and Dr. Rita Basu collaborate with other investigators at Mayo Clinic and around the world on their diabetes research.
The Integrated Carbohydrate Physiology and Translation Lab offers services to measure insulin sensitivity and glucose tolerance to researchers in diabetes treatment.
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