PNRI researchers are leaders in exploring what triggers and protects against Type 1 diabetes.
An Update on Type 1 Diabetes Research
New Type 1 Diabetes Test Among 2020's Top Genomic Advances
Viruses Linked to Type 1 Diabetes in High-Risk Children
Scientists have long suspected that viruses play a role in the development of Type 1 diabetes (T1D), although evidence has not been consistent enough to show a connection. Until now.
Redefining Genetics: In a 90-Second Video
This fun, animated video gives you a glimpse into our unconventional — and daring — approach to genetic research.
Protecting Children at High-Risk for Celiac Disease
PNRI research reveals clues about how the timing and amount of gluten exposure affects the development of celiac disease in genetically at-risk children.
New Screening Method for Type 1 Diabetes Risk
Our scientists published a study in January 2019 that will help identify who will develop Type 1 diabetes.
What We Are Learning About Type 1 Diabetes
Bill Hagopian, MD, PhD, of PNRI is one of six scientists around the world studying more than 8,000 children to identify the environmental triggers of Type 1 diabetes.
Diabetes Study Unlocks Clues About Diet & Gut Microbiome
Bill Hagopian has devoted his career to finding ways to predict and prevent Type 1 diabetes for people at high risk. His groundbreaking work with the TEDDY Study is unlocking new clues.
Modifier Genetics: Genetic Variations Affect the Severity of Disease
It turns out that not everyone with a single-gene mutation will develop the same disease.