JDRF Northern California Center of Excellence

Stanford and UCSF

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Our Mission

Center of Excellence: A center of excellence (COE) brings together people from different disciplines and provides shared facilities/resources

JDRF Centers of Excellence are intended to support Universities and/or Research Institutes that have a track record of excellence in T1D research to develop and pursue collaborative research programs that drive towards translational outcomes and clinical impact and are aligned with JDRF Research goals.

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Dr. Julie Sneddon

Faculty Profile: Julie Sneddon, PhD

Assistant Professor In Residence, Diabetes Center, UCSF

Dr. Sneddon is an Assistant Professor with dual appointments at the Diabetes Center and at the Broad Center of Regeneration Medicine and Stem Cell Research. She is also a faculty member of the Department of Anatomy. Dr. Sneddon has expertise in pancreatic beta cell biology and development, in human embryonic stem cell biology and differentiation to the beta cell lineage, and in genome‐wide approaches for studying transcriptomics. She will draw on this expertise as she helps lead work aimed at generating a detailed cellular and molecular atlas of the islet microenvironment in human T1D.

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