The pilot and feasibility program fosters innovative and transformative research designed to eliminate disparities in diabetes. Explore our current and past projects below.

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Gabriella McLoughlin, PhD, MS

“Evaluation of a Community Advisory Board (CAB) to Enhance Equitable Partnerships in School Meal Implementation”

Lindsay Underhill, MPH, PhD

“Investigating disparities in geographic accessibility to health services for type 2 diabetes and hypertension in a rural Andean population in Peru”

Sarah Farabi, PhD, RN

“Development of a Prenatal Social Needs Module for Underserved Women at Risk of Diabetes”

Deborah Salvo, PhD and Carrie Howell, PhD

“Context matters: harnessing the CDTR/DRC network to examine the influence of community-level factors and the COVID-19 pandemic on diabetes-related behaviors in emerging Latino communities”

Miriam Jacome-Sosa, PhD

“Efficacy of a behavioral and plant-based dietary intervention in a Latino population with obesity”

Mary Katherine Ray, PhD

“Assessing Barriers to Diabetes Care in Real-Time in Diverse Youth with Type 1 Diabetes”

Proscovia Nabunya, PhD, MSW

“Food and Dietary Acculturation and Diabetes-Associated Risk Factors Among Immigrants and Refugees”

Lincoln Sheets, MD, PhD

“The Effect of Geographic Disadvantage on Diabetes and COVID-19”

Paulina Cruz Bravo, MD

“Framework to mitigate the long-term impact of COVID-19 on women engaged in diabetes research”

Maura Kepper, PhD

“The Implementation of Medical Billing Codes to Assess Social Determinants of Health to Address Diabetes at BJC HealthCare”