Center Publications

Okoli, A., et al. “The Relationship Between Sleep, Obesity, And Metabolic Health In Adolescents - A Review.”. Current Opinion In Endocrine And Metabolic Research, pp. 15-19.
Wang, Z., et al. “Developing Insulin Delivery Devices With Glucose Responsiveness.”. Trends In Pharmacological Sciences, pp. 31-44.
North Carolina
Baumel-Alterzon, S., et al. “Nrf2: The Master And Captain Of Beta Cell Fate.”. Trends In Endocrinology And Metabolism: Tem, pp. 7-19.
Davidson, R. K., et al. “The Contribution Of Transcriptional Coregulators In The Maintenance Of Β-Cell Function And Identity.”. Endocrinology.
Aronica, L., et al. “Examining Differences Between Overweight Women And Men In 12-Month Weight Loss Study Comparing Healthy Low-Carbohydrate Vs. Low-Fat Diets.”. International Journal Of Obesity (2005), pp. 225-234.
Hoekstra, M., et al. “Genome-Wide Association Study Highlights As A Novel Locus For Lipoprotein(A) Levels-Brief Report.”. Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, And Vascular Biology, pp. 458-464.
Alonge, K. M., et al. “Brain Control Of Blood Glucose Levels: Implications For The Pathogenesis Of Type 2 Diabetes.”. Diabetologia, pp. 5-14.
Mashayekhi, M., et al. “Association Of A Glucagon-Like Peptide-1 Receptor Gene Variant With Glucose Response To A Mixed Meal.”. Diabetes, Obesity & Metabolism, pp. 281-286.
Champakanath, A., et al. “Fracture Risk Assessment (Frax) Without Bmd And Risk Of Major Osteoporotic Fractures In Adults With Type 1 Diabetes.”. Bone, p. 115614.
Chaudhari, S. N., et al. “Bariatric Surgery Reveals A Gut-Restricted Tgr5 Agonist With Anti-Diabetic Effects.”. Nature Chemical Biology, pp. 20-29.
Boston Area
Zaidi, S. K., et al. “Sod2 Deficiency-Induced Oxidative Stress Attenuates Steroidogenesis In Mouse Ovarian Granulosa Cells.”. Molecular And Cellular Endocrinology, p. 110888.
Stone, S. I., et al. “Monogenic And Syndromic Diabetes Due To Endoplasmic Reticulum Stress.”. Journal Of Diabetes And Its Complications, p. 107618.