The Center for Disparities in Diabetes, Obesity, and Metabolism (CDDOM) is a new and exciting research nexus at the University of Arizona, cultivating collaborations and providing expertise in the area of biomedical research. The center serves as a nucleus for interdisciplinary research that forms the foundation for translation of biomedical research to advanced, evidence-based clinical care in the community with a focus on diabetes, obesity, or metabolism on any level from cellular to animal studies to clinical research to epidemiology and genetics to health outcomes research. A major focus of the center is to facilitate development of innovative approaches to delivery of care and prevention, serving a diverse population in one of the most high-risk yet underserved regions in the nation. By participating in this thriving community of biomedical researchers, Members have the opportunity to more deeply explore and create solutions for the unique challenges faced with the translation of biomedical research to advanced, evidence-based clinical care in the community
CDDOM has two categories of Membership, one for faculty and staff (Members) and another for trainees (Associate Members). All applications for membership in CDDOM are forwarded to the Center Director and Administrator for primary review of the application and recommendation of the applicant to the Membership Committee. Authority for appointment and discontinuation of membership in CDDOM rests with the Director of CDDOM, who has final approval authority of Membership Committee recommendations.
To apply for membership in CDDOM please follow the link to the appropriate application form below. The membership committee will review your application and get back with you soon.
Membership Application Form: cddom_membership_application.pdf
Associate Membership Application Form: cddom_associate_membership_application.pdf
Thank you for your interest in CDDOM!
For more information on CDDOM membership, please contact:
Oscar D. Parra, MPH, MAdmin
Deputy Director, UA Center for Disparities in Diabetes, Obesity, and Metabolism
Phone: (520) 626-6485 Email: email@example.com