Kovler Family Distinguished Service Professor in Medicine and Human Genetics, Director of the University of Chicago Diabetes Research and Training Center
Dr. Bell is a leading authority on the molecular genetics of diabetes mellitus and directs a large and active program which aims to identify diabetes susceptibility genes. He has identified certain genes that are responsible for the autosomal, dominantly-transmitted maturity-onset diabetes of the young (MODY).
A total of 19 faculty members recently have received named professorships or have been named distinguished service professors. Graeme I. Bell , Philip Bohlman , Eric D. Isaacs and Konstantin...Read more
Graeme Ian Bell, the Louis Block Distinguished Service Professor of Medicine and Human Genetics and an investigator in the Kovler Diabetes Center at the University of Chicago, has been awarded...Read more
Four University of Chicago faculty members are among 539 individuals elected 2011 fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science . The AAAS council recognizes these individuals for...Read more