Cystic Fibrosis/Diabetes Symposium

Orin Smith Auditorium 850 Republican Street, Seattle, WA

Cystic Fibrosis/Diabetes Symposium January 12th, 2023 (Thursday) 11:30 am - 2:30 pm PST    This will be an in person event held at: UW Medicine at South Lake Union Orin Smith Auditorium 850 Republican St. Seattle 98109 With option to attend via Zoom   Refreshments and a light lunch will be provided. Schedule Attached.   CF-Diabetes

Free

UWMDI Research Training Conference

UWMDI Research Training Conference – This week is a Clinical Spotlight session featuring the UWMDI Clinical Research Unit (CRU). This will include an overview of services by CRU Director Ellen

Free

Annual Symposium Complications of Diabetes: A Kidney-to-Heart Talk

Wisteria Hall 2300 Arboretum Drive E, Seattle, WA

The Diabetes and Metabolism Seminar Series presents:   Complications of Diabetes: A Kidney-to-Heart Talk 2023 Annual Symposium May 4th, 2023 (Thursday) 9:00 am - 4:40 pm PST    This will be an

Free

Fellows Training with Vanita Aroda, MD

October 26, 2023; 12pm - 1pm; SLU conference rooms E130 A&B in E-building There will be a training session with Dr. Vanita Aroda Pragmatic Interactive Research Workshop: IDPs and grants: Tips for

Free

The Biology & Clinical Applications of GLP-1 and the Incretin Family

Brotman Auditorium 850 Republican Street, Seattle

Local Speakers: Megan Capozzi, PhD, Research Assistant Professor, UW Department of Medicine – Division of Metabolism, Endocrinology & Nutrition Christian Roth, MD, Professor – UW Department of Pediatrics & Seattle

Free

Diabetes Day 2023

Brotman Auditorium 850 Republican Street, Seattle

This will be an in-person event with option to attend via Zoom. World Diabetes Day and 50 Years of DRC Poster Sessions Brunzell Award Announcement *** View Event Schedule here. 

Free

Sugar in Metabolism: From Biology to Policy

Brotman Auditorium 850 Republican Street, Seattle

Local Speakers: Melissa Knox, PhD, Associate Teaching Professor; UW Department of Economics Jesse Jones-Smith, PhD, MPH, RD Professor; UW Dept. of Health Systems & Population Health Epidemiology Guest Speakers: Kyle

Free