The seven cores of the CDTR offer a range of services that support and enhance diabetes translation research for our members.
- Provides leadership for the Center, with the goal of providing support to a research base of investigators, with the ability to evolve and incorporate new developments and changing scientific needs
- Provides assistance in implementing, disseminating, and sustaining evidence-based approaches to eliminate disparities and translate diabetes prevention and control practices through integration in real-world settings
- Supports advancement in the study of health communication and health literacy in diabetes translational research aiming to reduce diabetes disparities
- Provides health informatics expertise to researchers pursuing strategies related to eHealth, mHealth and big data analytics
- Enhances the ability of researchers to link policy and systems interventions to diabetes outcomes and prevention
- Addresses the unique challenges of indigenous-focused research and provides culturally specific services through partnership with the National Congress of American Indians
- Works to advance the field of diabetes research in Black Americans by providing methodological and content expertise to disparities research