Diabetes & Obesity Research

Hero image credit: Reprinted from Obesity, volume 16, issue 6, Copyright 2008, with permission from Wiley-Blackwell, a publishing business of John Wiley & Sons.

Model of what obesity linked gut microorganisms looks like.

Obesity may be linked to microorganisms living in the gut

Obesity may be linked to microorganisms living in the gut We are conducting the first large-scale human study to show an association between gas production and body weight.

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Sports Spectacular's Transformational Gift

The longtime Cedars-Sinai support group has pledged $10 million to establish the Sports Spectacular Diabetes and Obesity Wellness and Research Center, led by Richard Bergman, PhD.

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Featured Faculty

Viorica Ionut, MD, PhD

"Our research focuses on the role of gut hormones in type 2 diabetes and obesity."
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Featured Research

Bergman Laboratory

"We investigate obesity as a cause of diabetes and seek approaches to ameliorate these two conditions."

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HOMA-IR: Poor Surrogate Measure of Insulin Resistance

HOMA-IR Fails at Low Insulin Secretion

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