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CONTACT THE CDTR

Center for Diabetes
Translation Research
1215 21st Avenue South
Suite 6000-North Tower
Nashville, Tennessee 37232

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CDTR Cores

 

The CDTR consists of 5 Cores:

1) Translational Methods Core
led by Russell Rothman, M.D. MPP and Shari Barkin, M.D. MSHS

2) Community Engagement Core
led by David Schlundt, Ph.D.

3) Technology Core
led by Betsy Weiner, R.N., Ph.D.

4) Community Outreach & Health Disparities (COHD) Unit
led by Margaret Hargreaves Ph.D.

5) Administrative Core

The CDTR and it cores provide services to investigators with externally funded, diabetes-related translational research addressing the following areas: innovations in care, community engagement, culturally-sensitive/competent interventions, clinical trials, quality improvement, quality assurance, health services research, environmental studies, and community-based participatory research.

Please see the below flowchart for more details.

 

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