The grant, from the National Institute of Digestive and Diabetes and Kidney Illnesses, builds on a previous pilot study executed by Gerber and Sharp funded by the UIC Institute for Health Research and Policy. Co-investigators, all of UIC, are Dan Touchette, assistant professor of pharmacy practice and pharmacy administration, Dr. Amparo Castillo, study and schooling coordinator in the Jane Addams College of Sociable Work, Dan Mihailescu, assistant professor of medicine, and Mike Berbaum, director of the Institute for Health Plan and Research Methodology Research Core. Sharp and Gerber are members of the UIC Cancers Center Malignancy Control and Population Technology Research Program. To find out more about UIC, please go to.. $3 million grant to assist minorities with uncontrolled diabetes Researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago’s Institute for Wellness Research and Plan and College of Medicine have obtained a $3 million government grant to improve diabetes management in minority patients.Dr. Dell further says that understanding the pathophysiology of osteoporosis and fragility fractures really helps to develop a treatment technique for your patients. The medical management of osteoporosis is not always complex and may be done by most practicing orthopedic surgeons.
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