Center for Diabetes and Endocrine Research (CeDER)


To foster interactions and promote continuing education of its scientists, CeDER has implemented several enrichment programs:

Journal Club meetings: CeDER scientists meet weekly to discuss newly published papers with high impact in the field of metabolism and endocrine research pertaining to ongoing research in the center.

Data Club meetings: CeDER scientists and trainees meet weekly to discuss newly generated data and obtain feedback on ongoing projects.

Seminar Series: Co-sponsored by the Cardiovascular and Metabolic Disease graduate program (CVMD) and several departments in the College of Medicine and Life Sciences, this biweekly seminar series invite extramural experts in the field to share their newest findings with CeDER members and establish successful collaborations.

Faculty Workshops: CeDER’s principal investigators meet monthly to promote interdisciplinary interactions and review planned grant applications and overall research strategies.

Diabetes Annual Meetings: CeDER members participate in these annual meetings, organized by the Endocrine Division at the institutional Internal Medicine Department.

MEND Research Conferences: As members of the regional diabetes center, CeDER scientists participate in the Metabolism, Endocrine and Diabetes (MEND) Research conferences held weekly by the diabetes center at the nearby University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.

MDRTC Annual Symposium: CeDER scientists participate in the Michigan Diabetes Research and Training Center (MDRTC) symposium held annually at the nearby University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.

Last Updated: 6/23/23