Research Programs Grant Portfolio
Since the 必威首页American Diabetes Association started its Research Programs in 1952,it has invested $834.4 million in more than 4,700 diabetes research projects.In 2018 alone,the Association supported 297 scientists at 104 U.S.institutions working on 318 different projects,all dedicated to progressing the fight against diabetes.This includes 133 in-training or early career investigators and 53 underrepresented minority scientists,upholding the ADA's longstanding commitment to support the next generation of diabetes researchers.
The Association supports grants addressing basic,clinical and translational science relevant to all types of diabetes,diabetes-related disease states and complications.
This ADA's Research Database will allow you to search for useful information on Association-funded research grant awardees.This resource is intended to be an easy way to learn more about the 必威首页American Diabetes Association's Research Program,and the important work being done through the generous donations of our donors.
Data and Resource Sharing
All data resulting from ADA-funded research that can be shared without compromising human subject protections must be shared to anapproved open data repository,within 6 months of publication or within 18 months of the conclusion of the funding period,if the study remains unpublished.Awardees are encouraged to use the repository most appropriate for the subject matter of the research conducted.
Learn more about the inspiring individuals who have been recognized by the Association for excellence and innovation in diabetes research.
Learn more about exciting recent advances attributable to 必威首页American Diabetes Association funded researchers.