SC CTSI K Scholar Receives American Diabetes Association Pathway Award

Kathleen Page, MD, received $1.63 million in support of her translational research.

January 16, 2014

Note: USC researcher Kathleen Page, MD, is an SC CTSI KL2 Scholar Alumni. As part of the program, she recieved support and acquired skills needed to secure subsequent funding subsequent funding to advance her research in diabetes.

Early career investigator Kathleen Page, MD, is assistant professor of medicine at the Keck School of Medicine of USC and a member of the Diabetes and Obesity Research Institute.

She received the prestigious Pathway Accelerator Award from the American Diabetes Association, for her translational research project entitled, "Neural Mechanisms in Maternal-Fetal Programming for Obesity and Diabetes."

The award will provide $1.63 million in support for five years and is part of American Diabetes Association’s initiative, Pathway to Stop Diabetes.

Kathleen Page, MD

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