There’s news. And then there’s news. The news that comes out of the Naomi Berrie Diabetes Center can change lives. For people with diabetes and those who care for them, and about them. So it makes sense to stay on top of all the latest. Both the news the Center puts out through this site, and the frequent media coverage we get based on our important and exciting findings and the authoritative voices that speak for us.

The 2016 Salzburg Medical Seminars on Diabetes A week in Austria Presented by the Berrie Center

“It was a huge honor and an incredible experience,” Berrie Center pediatric endocrinologist Dr. Natasha Leibel said about her recent trip to Austria where she participated in the 2016 Salzburg Medical Seminars.

Loving someone with type 1 diabetes: What role do you play in your loved one’s care?

Diabetes is a 24/7 job. The job is only made easier by a comprehensive support system. For spouses and partners of people living with diabetes, knowing how to be supportive is not always obvious. Some days it means speaking up, while on other days being supportive means keeping quiet.

Utpal Pajvani, MD, PhD Receives a Herbert Irving Scholar Award

Congratulations to the Naomi Berrie Diabetes Center’s Utpal Pajvani, MD, PhD, the recipient of a Herbert Irving Scholar Award to support Assistant Professors at Columbia University with promising careers in clinical and translational research.

Living with T2D: Life as a Mitzvah-Maker

Meet Rabbi Joel Soffin, a patient at the Berrie Center—although the last thing he’s worried about right now is his type 2 diabetes.

Berrie Center Patient, 10 A Rising Star in Salsa Scene

When Chanel Roman was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes (she was 2) her mom Karina took to heart a piece of advice she received from everyone, including the doctor: “Keep Chanel active.” And so she

The 2016 Annual Diabetes Research Symposium: "An Opportunity for Lively Debate"

On April 18, 2016, the Naomi Berrie Diabetes Center held its annual Diabetes Research Symposium, an evening that showcases the depth and scope of the science conducted at the Berrie Center.

Joe Linehan, 7, Center Court at Madison Square Garden “Always up for the Challenge.”

The occasion was halftime at an NIT (National Invitation Tournament) college basketball playoff game at Madison Square Garden. The cute redhead in the photo on the court is Joe Linehan, 7, Berrie Center patient and a first grader in Ms.  Narcisco’s class at William O.

Berrie Center Scientists Create First Mouse Model of Anorexia Nervosa

A new mouse model that incorporates three key elements contributing to anorexia nervosa—genetics, stress, and dieting—may reveal new ways to treat the disorder. The Newsroom at Columbia University Medical Center wrote the story.

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