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Welcome to the Diabetes and Cardiovascular Research group (DCRG), a diverse group that brings together diabetes and cardiovascular disease researchers from across the Faculty, with the aim of improving patient treatment and quality of life through inter-disciplinary research.
Our expertise spans basic cell and molecular biology, drug design and delivery, diagnostics, and patient monitoring using the latest mobile health technology. We work with patients, clinicians, and international experts to investigate basic mechanisms of the disease process and to make sure that our research will have a positive translational impact on the lives of people with diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
Our research is focused into three main themes:
The pathology of diabetes and its role in cardiovascular disease and other complications
Natasha Hill, Mike Stolinski, Paul Waller, J-C Nebel, Mark Fielder, Andrew Snabaitis, Francesca Arrigoni, Fran Mackenzie, Jess Buxton.
Technology in patient care and well-being
Reem Kayyali, Nada Philip, J-C Nebel, Anil Vangala, Raid Alany, Sarah Barman
Exercise and nutrition in diabetes care and prevention
Judith Allgrove, Hannah Moir, Hilda Mulrooney