Diabetes, both Type 1 and Type 2, are complex diseases affecting nearly every major bodily organ and impacting the lives of millions of people worldwide. While current treatments aid the management of symptoms, studies show that nevertheless around 1.6 million deaths per year can be attributed directly to diabetes. That’s why finding a cure, and adding to our arsenal of effective therapeutics, is so vitally important.

Researchers need advanced tools to better understand metabolic processes, develop personalized medicines, detect and quantify biomarkers, and gain new insights to provide more effective outcomes for patients . We’re committed to helping you understand the complex cellular and molecular pathways involved in diabetes and translating these findings into new prevention and treatment strategies.

Diabetes Around the World: 5 Key Facts