STUDENT RESEARCH TRAINING PROGRAM (SRTP)
      in DIABETES and OBESITY, KIDNEY DISEASE, and DIGESTIVE DISEASE
WELCOME to the VANDERBILT SRTP WEBSITE

Welcome to the website for the Vanderbilt Student Research Training Program.

The Vanderbilt Student Research Training Program (SRTP) is sposored by the National Institutes of Health and allows medical students to conduct research under the direction of an established scientist in the areas of diabetes, obesity, kidney disease, or digestive disease at Vanderbilt during the summer between the first and second year or second and third year of medical school.

SRTP offers three areas of emphasis: Diabetes and Obesity, Kidney Disease, and
Digestive Disease.

Diabetes and Obesity: Research areas include pancreatic islets/insulin secretion, neuroscience related to obesity and diabetes, carbohydrate physiology, hormone action/signal transduction, immunology related to diabetes, complications of diabetes, exercise physiology, and patient education or behavior related to diabetes.
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