Atypical Diabetes Study

Atypical Diabetes has been a focus of our research at the Kovler Diabetes Center since the 1980s.

Our Atypical Diabetes team is made up of internationally-recognized diabetes investigators with expertise in the pathophysiology and genetics of diabetes. We believe that identifying and studying rare and atypical forms of diabetes will lead to greater insights into the pathways of the more common forms, type 1 and type 2 diabetes.

Learn more about our collaborators.

Our research areas include:

    • Monogenic Diabetes
    • Wolfram Syndrome
    • Lipodystrophies
    • Insulin resistance syndromes
    • Atypical autoimmune type 1 diabetes

We partner with diabetes experts from around the world to study rare and atypical diabetes. Our collaborators include: