Learn more about our recent publication, “Atypical Diabetes: What Have We Learned and What Does the Future Hold?” in Diabetes Care.
Our fantastic research technician, Katie Liu was accepted to the R25 Rare Disease Clinical Research Training Program via Children’s National.
The lab decided to celebrates the release of the Barbie Movie by dressing up in style.
The lab is growing! McKinlee Gobble, recent Kansas University Graduate joined the lab as a Technician.
Today we wish Michelle Phan congratulations for her amazing work in the lab. We are proud that she will be staying on at Washington University as she pursues her PhD studying diabetes.
Michelle was selected to deliver an oral presentation at the 83rd American Diabetes Association Scientific Sessions in San Diego, CA
The lab is growing! Aluet Borrego-Alvarez joined the lab as a Staff Scientist and Katie Liu joined the lab as a Technician.
Stephen Stone, MD was awarded funding from the Clinical and Translational Research Funding (CTRFP) from the ICTS. His project is titled, “Precision Modeling of Genetic Variants in Atypical Diabetes.”
Stephen Stone, MD, was interviewed by BuzzFeed for a story on a breast buds and lactation in infancy.
The Stone lab opened its doors on November 1st, 2022! We are looking forward to this opportunity.