- Links between obesity and childhood leukemia
- Interactions between brown fat and muscle cells
- Novel approaches to treating childhood obesity
- Iodine intake and sufficiency in children
- Laboratory: The Pediatric Endocrine laboratory encompasses 2600 square feet of laboratory space, equipped for molecular biology and tissue culture.
- Animals and animal care: The small animal facilities at UCLA house our animals. These facilities are extensive and meet all regulatory requirements, are fully staffed, and appropriately supervised.
- Endocrine faculty take advantage of a number of cutting edge UCLA core facilities, including transgenic and knockout mouse; proteomics; mouse metabolic and physiology, human genetics, assay development and sequencing cores.
- Research faculty in the Division participate in the School of Medicine's Metabolism Research Theme.
UCLA is a proud affiliate member of TrialNet, an international consortium supported by the National Institutes of Health, National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, JDRF, American Diabetes Association, and Helmsley Charitable Trust. The Mission of TrialNet is to prevent T1D and stop disease progression by preserving insulin production before and after diagnosis. As a TrialNet affiliate, UCLA is proud to offer our patients and families screening for diabetes risk and access to available TrialNet studies. For more information please click here.
For a complete up-to-date list, please cross-reference individual faculty in PubMed.