The improved systems should provide greater glycemic control and eliminate the need to count carbohydrates at meals.
Researchers found an important factor that explains why women store more visceral fat than men.
A novel neoadjuvant approach can essentially cure a disease that often gives patients a year or less to live.
Research testing an intervention to combat obesity could lower cancer rates in southwest Virginia.
New research attempts to help those with end-stage renal disease avoid extreme hypoglycemia.
This trailblazing initiative brings together endocrinologists, neurosurgeons, and other specialists to provide seamless pituitary care.
As one of very few U.S. centers with a dedicated transplant endocrinologist, UVA Health is improving care for transplant patients with varied endocrinopathies.
Over the past 2 decades, a UVA researcher has found new sites in the genome related to type 1 diabetes that could revolutionize screening and therapy.
UVA's Center for Diabetes Technology pioneers technology and analytics to improve glycemic control in people with type 1 diabetes.
To help ensure your patients get the specialty care they need when they need it, the UVA Diabetes and Endocrine Clinic at Fontaine Research Park has introduced a new, more in-depth referral request form.