Research and Collaboration

Affiliated with the Renaissance School of Medicine at Stony Brook University, members of our faculty and staff engage in meaningful investigative research exploring multiple aspects of diabetes care and prevention. We have relationships with numerous academic centers throughout Stony Brook University in support of ongoing areas of research that include:

Continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) in hospitalized patients

Relationships between diabetes, metabolic syndrome and risk of colorectal cancer

Health disparities among immigrant populations at risk for diabetes

Impact of diabetes on patients with COVID-19

Mobile delivery of the diabetes prevention program (DPP)

Impact of big data on diabetes outcomes in the hospital

Role of podocyte damage in development of type 2 diabetes


Pharmacologic mechanisms underlying antidiabetic drug metformin’s chemopreventive effect against colorectal cancer
Michelle Jaromy a Joshua D.Miller b

Mobile Delivery of the Diabetes Prevention Program in People With Prediabetes: Randomized Controlled Trial
Tatiana Toro-Ramos 1, Andreas Michaelides 1, Maria Anton 2, Zulekha Karim 2, Leah Kang-Oh 2, Charalambos Argyrou 2, Elisavet Loukaidou 2, Marina M Charitou 2, Wilson Sze 2, Joshua D Miller 2

The Role of Podocytes and Podocyte-Associated Biomarkers in Diagnosis and Treatment of Diabetic Kidney Disease
Igor Kravets1 and Sandeep K Mallipattu2,3