Providing information for patients and professionals on research and clinical care in genetic types of diabetes.

Genetic types of diabetes including maturity-onset diabetes of the young (MODY) aims to provide information for patients and professionals on research and clinical care in genetic types of diabetes.Please select the tabs on the left for more information on Making a Diagnosis of Monogenic Diabetes, Maturity Onset Diabetes of the Young (MODY), Neonatal Diabetes, Renal Cysts and Diabetes, Hyperinsulinism or choose Exeter Research if you would like information about our current projects or individual researchers.This website is run by the Diabetes Research department and the Centre for Molecular Genetics at the University of Exeter Medical School and Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital, Exeter, UK.

*New for 2018!

Monogenic Diabetes training course: Wed 31st Jan - Thurs 1st Feb 2018 

If you would be interested in attending a 2 day course on monogenic diabetes please register your interest with Becky Dobbs: (01392 408182). For more information please click here 

Free Massively-Open Online Course in Genomic Medicine

Course duration: 4 weeksCourse frequency: ~6 times yearlyThe University of Exeter diabetes research teams and the Molecular Genetics team have collaborated to recently develop a MOOC (Massively-Open Online Course) with This free online course introduces the topic of genomics and illustrates the clinical application of current knowledge in genomics, with particular focus on monogenic diabetes.This course is designed for anyone who wants to learn about how the genomic era is changing medical science, including healthcare professionals, science undergraduates and non-specialists who just want to learn more about genomic medicine.

Diabetes Diagnostics App

The Diabetes Diagnostics app is now available on the App Stores for Apple & Android devices, combining the MODY clinical prediction calculator, information from national and international diabetes guidelines, and expert opinion from world leaders in monogenic diabetes to provide a resource to help guide diabetes classification.

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