Caswell Diabetes Institute to host symposium May 11-12
The Caswell Diabetes Institute’s Frontiers in Diabetes Complications Symposium provides a forum for intellectual exchange on topics associated with diabetes, obesity, metabolism and related complications among established investigators, junior faculty, students and other researchers at U-M and surrounding areas.
This symposium features two days of invited speakers with a lively debate, poster session and data blitz, providing time for discussion and exploration of new collaborations.
Speakers include a combination of researchers of international stature from outside of U-M and junior and senior faculty within the university.
Symposium participants will enhance their knowledge and understanding of the latest advances in basic, translational and clinical research as well as the latest advances in the care and treatment of diabetes, obesity, metabolism and related complications.
After this activity, participants will be able to elucidate and predict more clear causes of diabetes and metabolic diseases and utilize this information to guide future research. The target audience includes physicians, house officers, medical students, technicians, administrators and other healthcare professionals.
When: May 11-12
Where: North Campus Research Complex, Building 18