Diabetes Research

We have an amazing team of extraordinary doctors and researchers supporting the National Diabetes Institute advancing medical science through technology and research, each with a personal mission to improve the lives of millions of people living with diabetes in our community.


Be part of an exclusive experience. Meet friendly faces and enjoy the support of our medical professionals at one of our in person or online FREE events.

Our Mission 

Our mission is to fund and engage in research to fight, manage and find a cure for diabetes.

We sponsor and perform the following FREE activities:


1.  Educational Grants and Camps

2. Educational Seminars and Conferences

3. Research

4. Youth Group and Family Support Teams

5. Free Nutrition Consultations

6. Diabetes Newsletter


Support Groups

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World Diabetes Day


This year's World Diabetes Day marks 100 years since the discovery of Insulin by Fredrick Banting.


The day was first introduced in 1991 to raise awareness about diabetes: its causes, prevention, and the effects it has on human lives and healthcare systems worldwide


COVID - 19 

Ever wondered what is the link between COVID - 19 and Diabetes? 

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Here at the DNI, one of our missions is to prevent and cure Diabetes. Are You fascinated by prospect treatments and drugs that could possibly cure Diabetes in the future? Click to find out more about our research!



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Breaking! The FDA approved Tzield for treating Diabetes

The formulation can delay the onset of type 1 diabetes (T1D) in adults at stage 3 and children at stage 2.
Teplizumab, marketed under the brand name Tzield, is a monoclonal antibody that modifies T-cells to prolong the pancreas' ability to create Insulin.

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Are patients with diabetes at greater risk for COVID-19

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The promising field of miRNA predictive biomarkers 

miRNA biomarkers New study suggests miRNA may serve as a screening biomarker for the stratification of children at risk for type 1 diabetes. 

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