Diabetes & Metabolism HIV/AIDS
Studies on the metabolic complications of HIV infection and treatment, including endocrine and body composition abnormalities.
The Diabetes and Metabolism HIV/AIDS program supports innovative basic science and clinical research on the role of HIV infection, including relevant host conditions, or antiretroviral therapy (ART) on metabolic and endocrine dysfunction. Specific areas of support include, but are not limited to:
- Studies to elucidate the mechanisms underlying the effects of HIV and/or ART on metabolism (including glucose, lipid, and skeletal metabolism), body composition, and general endocrine function through basic and clinical research
- Studies that elucidate novel approaches to prevent or manage diabetes and/or other endocrine disorders in HIV-infected individuals. However, such studies should target pathways unique to the development of these disorders in the context of HIV infection and/or its treatment rather than simply testing treatments accepted in non-HIV-infected individuals
- Studies that elucidate the interactions between HIV, ART, and/or HIV-associated inflammation and diabetes-related medications to provide a basis for individualized therapy
- Studies that determine the extent to which HIV and its therapy increase the risk of diabetes and/or other endocrine or metabolic dysfunction and identify factors which augment or ameliorate the risk
- Studies that discover and validate biomarkers for metabolic and/or endocrine disease progression as a result of HIV infection or its treatment
- Studies that employ non-invasive or minimally invasive means to assess tissue-specific or whole body metabolic changes in vivo due to HIV infection or therapy
NIDDK Program Staff
- Andrew Bremer, M.D., Ph.D. Clinical studies in gestational diabetes and maternal outcomes, and HIV/AIDS-associated metabolic and endocrine dysfunction
Recent Funding OpportunitiesView More Recent Funding Opportunities
PHS 2017-02 Omnibus Solicitation of the NIH, CDC, and FDA for Small Business Innovation Research Grant Applications (Parent SBIR [R43/R44])
PHS 2017-02 Omnibus Solicitation of the NIH for Small Business Technology Transfer Grant Applications (Parent STTR [R41/R42])
NIDDK Information Network Coordinating Unit: dkNET-CU (U24)
Center for Identification and Study of Individuals with Atypical Diabetes Mellitus (U54)
NIDDK Central Repositories Non-renewable Sample Access (X01)
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- Ancillary Studies to Major Ongoing Clinical Studies to extend our knowledge of the diseases being studied by the parent study investigators under a defined protocol or to study diseases and conditions not within the original scope of the parent study but within the mission of the NIDDK.
- NIDDK Central Repository for access to clinical resources including data and biospecimens from NIDDK-funded studies.
- NIDDK Information Network (dkNET) for simultaneous search of digital resources, including multiple datasets and biomedical resources relevant to the mission of the NIDDK.
Additional Research Programs
NIDDK supports the training and career development of medical and graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and physician scientists through institutional and individual grants.Learn about NIDDK Research Training Programs
The NIDDK offers and participates in a variety of opportunities for trainees and researchers from communities underrepresented in the biomedical research enterprise. These opportunities include travel and scholarship awards, research supplements, small clinical grants, high school and undergraduate programs, and a network of minority health research investigators.Learn about NIDDK Diversity Programs
NIDDK participates in the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs. These programs support innovative research conducted by small businesses that has the potential for commercialization.Learn about NIDDK Small Business Programs
Human Subjects Research
NIDDK provides funding for pivotal clinical research, from preliminary clinical feasibility to large multi-center studies.Learn about Human Subjects Research
NIDDK provides funding opportunities and resources to encourage translation of basic discoveries into novel therapeutics.Learn about NIDDK Translational Research Opportunities
Meetings & Events
September 18-19, 2017 | Rockville, MD
October 12, 2017 | Bethesda, MD
October 30 - November 3, 2017 | Nashville, TN
October 31 - November 1, 2017 | Bethesda, MD
November 1-2, 2017 | Bethesda, MD