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DI Facilities

The Diabetes Institute at Ohio University supports a cross-campus collection of collaborators whose work in diabetes addresses all aspects of this devastating disease spanning research, education, clinical services and outreach. Under the current structure, The Diabetes Institute houses its administrative offices in the Konneker Reseach Center, The Ridges.  Research, Educational, Clinical and Outreach faculty and staff are located in multiple academic units at Ohio University.  Detailed information about the facilities housing these academic units can be found by clicking on to the links below.

 HCOM

HCOM

 CHSP

CHSP

 EBI

EBI

ARC 

ARC

 DEC

DECC

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Facilities of the Future

 

The Clinical Diabetes and Metabolic Diseases Research Center
The historic $105 million gift to the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine (OU-HCOM) from the Osteopathic Heritage Foundations will allow the institute to establish a state-of-the-art facility in which to deliver patient-centered diabetes and endocrine clinical care, cutting edge translational and clinical diabetes research, and exceptional training for future physicians, fellows, and allied health professionals.
The 20,000 square feet will accommodate patient-centered clinical diabetes and metabolic disease care, collaborative clinical research, and training for future physicians, fellows, and allied health care professionals all in one centralized location.  Space will be allocated in this facility for the clinical research program coordinator, clinical research nurses, six research exam rooms, and two procedure rooms. Procedure rooms will be designed to accommodate translational clinical research techniques such as insulin clamps, drug or hormone infusions, and IV glucose tolerance tests.
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Three Campuses, one college:
Two new campuses will mean greater engagement of the health systems' specialists who, as clinical faculty members, will share their knowledge and experiences with students at all three campuses.  For more information about the future extension campuses, click HERE.