TODAY Genetics Study

Purpose

We are interested in identifying people who were diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes when they were less than 18 years of age and would like to give their DNA sample. The study seeks to help researchers learn more about type 2 diabetes. For more information about this study please contact Brittany Boyd at 352-334-0281 or brittanyboyd@ufl.edu

Keywords

study, diabetes, type 2, DNA, genetic

Principal Investigator

Janet Silverstein, M.D.

Department

PEDIATRICS

Contact Information

silvejh@peds.ufl.edu
(352) 334-1390

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