The Utah Diabetes and Metabolism Research Center supports several interdisciplinary community-building activities including seminar series, research and outreach symposia, and research interest groups.
Seminars in Metabolism (SIM)
The Seminars in Metabolism is a weekly lecture series that hosts external speakers, research in progress seminars, and student journal club. This seminar is on Thursdays at 4pm via zoom.
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Health Behaviors Seminar Series (HBSS)
The Health Behaviors Seminar Series is designed to foster interdepartmental collaboration and engagement in research related to health behaviors, especially as it relates to diabetes and obesity prevention and management. The series includes a monthly seminar and a monthly work-in-progress session. The seminar is held the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month at 12pm.
Sponsored by the UDMRC and the Driving Out Diabetes, a Larry H. Miller Family Wellness Initiative, this monthly series features both internal and external speakers and is open to all faculty, trainees, and staff across the University of Utah to attend.
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Research Interest Groups
Metabolism Research in Progress (RIPs) Meeting
An interdisciplinary, weekly meeting to present new and ongoing research projects and to receive feedback from peers. The Metabolism RIPs meets weekly on Mondays at 9am in the Eccles Institute of Human Genetics. For more information, contact Brittany Bellows (email@example.com).
Health Behaviors Work-in-Progress Session
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Metabolism Rising Stars Symposium
Biennial research symposium featuring postdoctoral fellows working in elite research laboratories around the country sharing emerging metabolism research.
Innovations in Health Behaviors Symposium
Research symposium highlighting influential researchers across the country conducting innovative health behaviors research in the space of diabetes and obesity-related diseases and their complications.
Graduate Student Rising Stars Symposium
Research symposium highlighting graduate students conducting exceptional research in the domains of the Metabolism Interest Group. With a strong focus on spotlighting scientists from under-represented groups, the Graduate Student Rising Stars Symposium also provides career development and mentorship for these late-stage trainees.
2022 Diabetes and Metabolism Research Retreat
In September 2022, members of the Utah Diabetes and Metabolism Research Center community came together for external keynote addresses from Jean Schaffer, MD and Bethany Kwan, PhD, MSPH, internal research presentations, trainee lightning talks, and a poster session. Learn more about the symposium here.
2021 Diabetes and Metabolism Virtual Research Recharge
In the fall of 2021, the Diabetes and Metabolism Research Center Community gathered to explore cutting edge research from University of Utah faculty and trainees. Due to COVID-19, all activities were online. See the program of events and learn more about the 2021 symposium.
2020 Diabetes and Metabolism Research Center and Driving Out Diabetes Initiative Fall Retreat
In the fall of 2020, the Diabetes and Metabolism Research Center Community gathered to explore cutting edge research from University of Utah faculty and trainees. Due to COVID-19, all activities were online, but DMRC members enjoyed the opportunity to host speakers from all over the country in professional development panels. See the program of events.