The Indiana University Center for Diabetes and Metabolic Diseases (CDMD) offers seminars and other programming throughout the year. The center’s Annual Symposium is especially popular and well-attended by diabetes specialists throughout the United States.
Co-directed by NIH-funded diabetes researchers and IU School of Medicine faculty Peter Roach, PhD, and Núria Morral, PhD, the Center for Diabetes and Metabolic Diseases Enrichment Program creates a rich dynamic environment for learning and collaboration.
Investigators and students have the opportunity to learn from internationally recognized researchers through the Enrichment Program Seminar Series. The CME-certified series includes lectures, research reports and literature reviews.
Since 2014, the annual symposium has aimed to expand and integrate research on diabetes, obesity and metabolic diseases in Indiana and beyond. The event introduces attendees to novel ideas, discoveries and trends related to diabetes, metabolism, obesity and more.
In 2020, the 6th Annual Symposium occurred in a virtual forum and attracted more than 200 registrants, including international attendees. To learn more, visit the annual symposium webpage.