The Division of Diabetes Translation (DDT) conducts and supports studies, often in collaboration with partners, to develop and apply sound science to reduce the burden of diabetes and to address the research needs of DDT programs and the diabetes community.
Analyses from various studies, such as LEADR and SEARCH, to help improve diabetes surveillance and guide decision-making.
Reviews of the effect of type 2 diabetes-related health policies on various populations, such as the NEXT-D2 study.
Studies with international partners that aim to reduce the global burden of diabetes.
Projects that use computer modeling to simulate long-term health and cost outcomes, financial burden, and cost-effectiveness of diabetes interventions.
Research, including the Diabetes Prevention Program Outcome Study (DPPOS), that evaluates the success of diabetes interventions and strategies.
Collection of the most recent publications and access to archived ones.