FOEDRC Research Day, 2/26/18

Making the Rounds

A day set aside for the dozens and dozens of investigators and their scores of lab members is beneficial for a few reasons. It gives everyone a sense of just how broad the project they are involved with is, seeing the scope and variety of research being performed. It helps break down barriers between working groups as they meet other members and discuss potential new collaborations or ideas. And it allows a large organization such as the Fraternal Order of Eagles Diabetes Research Center (FOEDRC) an opportunity to celebrate and thank all its members for their dedication and hard work.

01editMarc Reitman, MD, PhD, began the afternoon with a presentation on “Regulation of Metabolic Rate and Body Temperature: Mouse as a Model for Human (A quest to understand the physiology of obesity).” Dr. Reitman is the Senior Investigator and Chief of the Diabetes, Endocrinology, and Obesity Branch of the National…

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