-Stanford DRC Committee Members-

Korey Hood, PhD Professor, Departments of Pediatrics and Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences Dr. Hood has made important contributions to the understanding of psychosocial aspects of diabetes management, particularly with diabetes technology, and how these factors contribute to disease outcomes. He is co-leader of the Bioengineering and Behavioral Sciences Research Affinity Group in the SDRC.

Korey Hood, PhD

Professor, Departments of Pediatrics and Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences

Dr. Hood has made important contributions to the understanding of psychosocial aspects of diabetes management, particularly with diabetes technology, and how these factors contribute to disease outcomes. He is co-leader of the Bioengineering and Behavioral Sciences Research Affinity Group in the SDRC.

Fredric Kraemer, MD Professor, Department of Medicine Chief, Division of Endocrinology, Gerontology and Metabolism Dept. of Medicine and PAVAHCS   Dr. Kraemer investigates insulin and glucose metabolism, as well as cellular lipid metabolism. Additionally, Dr. Kraemer leads the SDRC Pilot & Feasibility (P&F) Program.

Fredric Kraemer, MD

Professor, Department of Medicine
Chief, Division of Endocrinology, Gerontology and Metabolism
Dept. of Medicine and PAVAHCS

 

Dr. Kraemer investigates insulin and glucose metabolism, as well as cellular lipid metabolism. Additionally, Dr. Kraemer leads the SDRC Pilot & Feasibility (P&F) Program.

Mary Leonard, MD Arline and Pete Harman Professor and Chair, Department of Pediatrics Adalyn Jay Physician-in-Chief, Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Director, Stanford Child Health Research Institute Associate Dean of Maternal Child Health Dr. Leonard investigates the impact of chronic diseases, such as Type 1 Diabetes, on bone metabolism and nutrition.

Mary Leonard, MD

Arline and Pete Harman Professor and Chair, Department of Pediatrics
Adalyn Jay Physician-in-Chief, Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital
Director, Stanford Child Health Research Institute
Associate Dean of Maternal Child Health

Dr. Leonard investigates the impact of chronic diseases, such as Type 1 Diabetes, on bone metabolism and nutrition.

 
Michael Snyder, PhD Stanford Ascherman Professor and Chair, Stanford Department of Genetics Director of the Center of Genomics and Personalized Medicine Dr. Snyder investigates large-scale functional genomics in diabetes. In addition and has developed many technologies in the fields of genomics and proteomics.  

Michael Snyder, PhD

Stanford Ascherman Professor and Chair, Stanford Department of Genetics
Director of the Center of Genomics and Personalized Medicine


Dr. Snyder investigates large-scale functional genomics in diabetes. In addition and has developed many technologies in the fields of genomics and proteomics.

 

Paul J. Utz, MD Professor of Medicine, Rheumatology Division, Director Stanford MSTP Dr. Utz investigates pathogenic mechanisms involved in autoimmunity, and develops bench-to-bedside technologies utilizing multiplexed diagnostics and therapeutics for human immune diseases including Type 1 Diabetes.

Paul J. Utz, MD

Professor of Medicine, Rheumatology Division,
Director Stanford MSTP


Dr. Utz investigates pathogenic mechanisms involved in autoimmunity, and develops bench-to-bedside technologies utilizing multiplexed diagnostics and therapeutics for human immune diseases including Type 1 Diabetes.

Joseph Wu, MD, PhD Simon H. Stertzer, MD Professor, Departments of Medicine and of Radiology, Stanford University School of Medicine, Director, Stanford Cardiovascular Institute (CVI) Dr. Wu investigates multiple areas of cardiovascular biology and regeneration related to diabetes.

Joseph Wu, MD, PhD

Simon H. Stertzer, MD Professor,
Departments of Medicine and of Radiology,
Stanford University School of Medicine,
Director, Stanford Cardiovascular Institute (CVI)


Dr. Wu investigates multiple areas of cardiovascular biology and regeneration related to diabetes.