Studies on the paths that are entailed in intermediary metabolic process as they affect endocrine and metabolic diseases. The Metabolic Pathways program supports research on the paths that are involved in intermediary metabolic rate as they impact endocrine and metabolic diseases such as diabetes and weight problems. The program advertises research that resolves the advancement, physiology, and life cycle of fat cells, called adipocytes, and the metabolic role of specific fat depots throughout the body. The role of swelling in the pathophysiology of metabolic disease and using mouse models in metabolic phenotyping; Carol Renfrew Haft, Ph, D. Adipocyte advancement and biology in various fat depots; protein trafficking, emergency room, processing and secretion stress in metabolic disease; Maren Laughlin, Ph, D. Integrative metabolic rate and physiology, and in vivo molecular and practical imaging, as relevant to energy equilibrium in metabolic disease; Karen L, Teff, Ph. D. Uploaded: 3/16/2022 RFA-DK-22-004 NIDDK Partnerships with Professional Societies to Enhance Scientific Workforce Diversity and Promote Scientific Leadership Summary.
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