Yale School of Medicine and Yale New Haven Hospital work together to treat both adult and pediatric diabetes to provide state-of-the-art care, utilizing new treatment options available. Our providers will work with you to better understand your individual treatment concerns and options to provide you with the best clinical outcomes possible. We care about you and your treatment goals.
The Yale Diabetes Center provides care for adults with diabetes at our Howard Avenue office in New Haven.
For decades, Yale School of Medicine has been committed to a better understanding of the causes and treatment of diabetes and provides research resources that support a wide range of clinical, translational and basic science studies. From the first successful studies of insulin pump technology in the 1970s, to current investigations directed at understanding the cellular mechanisms underlying Type 2 diabetes and the immunologic basis of type 1 diabetes, Yale has been at the forefront of diabetes research. Clinician-scientists at Yale School of Medicine have received numerous grants from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the American Diabetes Association and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) to support ongoing innovative and cutting-edge research in diabetes and metabolic disorders.
Yale also provides research resources for investigators involved in diabetes research from other universities and other countries, through the Diabetes Research Center (DRC), NIH-sponsored Mouse Phenotyping Center and the Yale Center for Clinical Investigation.