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genes that determine the color of our skin
the sound of our laugh
the way our hair parts just so
Even the parts that develop diseases... diseases like diabetes
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History of diabetes research))
For over 100 years, doctors and scientist have strived to treat and understand diabetes....
despite many advances... everyday over 350 million people wake up with the realities of living with diabetes...
Along with that comes the anxiety of knowing the potential for passing along the diabetic gene....to their children.
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On March 25th The Transitional Research Institute will introduce a ground breaking research facility...
aimed at developing ways to treat diabetes differently. Individually. More effectively.
The core strength of TRI is the collaborative partnership between Sanford-Burnham medical research Institute and Florida Hospital...this partnership bridges the gap
between the research bench and
the patient’s bedside.
TRI will attract an unprecedented gathering of minds and thinkers..
from Scientists..Physicians.. medical professionals...
The discovery of Personalized Medicine.. has introduced a promising new future in disease resolution...A future where breakthrough research will revolutionize the way we diagnose and treat diabetes, obesity, related heart and more. The kind of research that identifies specific markers in our genes and characteristics in our cells--completely unique within each of us--to create precise treatments, customized to our own individual makeup
This new 37-thousand square foot facility houses the latest technology to delve into the causes, effects and potential treatments of Diabetes.
The ability to gather research from participants in 9 clinic exam rooms...
an 11 room overnight research unit...
and a state of the art research kitchen and dining cafe.
Ground breaking technology has been gathered, including the latest in MRI imaging with 3 Tesla MRI units..
two whole-room calorimeters.. that measure the heat of chemical reactions and physical changes all in individually controlled environments.. TRI will have two of only a few dozen in the world.
And two smaller calorimeters, the first of their kind.. that can be used to monitor aspects of patient levels for a specific task or activity.
"...A new era of personalized medicine is being realized here at TRI. Bringing greater hope to the millions of Americans and others across the globe living with diabetes. And the millions more, who may potentially be affected by this epidemic."
“People… whose individuality, is defined by so much more than their diabetes.”
“Welcome to the era of personalized medicine. The Translational Research Institute for Metabolism and Diabetes. Innovate. Discover. Cure.
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