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This project seeks to find the physiological and molecular links between circadian disruption and loss of glycemic control in obesity and diabetes.
This project aims to discover the role of circadian clock genes in regulating beta cell function.
Dr. Matveyenko's lab is studying the role of melatonin signaling in type 2 diabetes and beta cell dysfunction.
See a list of researchers working with Aleksey Matveyenko, Ph.D., in the Islet Regeneration Lab.
Learn about the sources of funding for research in the Islet Regeneration Lab.
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