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Drs. Teri Hernandez and Linda Barbour have been selected to present findings on the relationship between maternal triglycerides in women with gestational diabetes and increased newborn hepatic fat, independent of subcutaneous fat. Their presentation will be on June 10, 2019 during the American Diabetes Association’s Diabetes and Pregnancy Session.

Linda Barbour receives the Norbert Freinkel Award

The Norbert Freinkel Award honors a researcher who has made outstanding contributions—including scientific publications and presentations—to the understanding and treatment of diabetes in pregnancy.  Dr. Barbour delivered her Norbert Freinkel Award Lecture at the ADA’s 78th Scientific Sessions in Orlando, Florida.

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Steven Fadul Award -December 2016


Becky De la Houssaye recently won the Steve Fadul Award for excellence in medical research as a Professional Research Assistant (PRA). Becky has been with the University of Colorado for 28 years, and with our team for 9 years. With Becky's strong passion for science, lengthy background in research, and unfaltering kindness towards research participants and team members alike, the award could not have been given to someone more deserving.

American Heart Association- November 2016 


Every year, members from our research team attend the American Heart Association conference. 

Women's Health Research Luncheon- 2016 & 2017


Our team had the privilege of attending the 2016 and 2017 Annual Community Luncheon put on by the Center for Women's Health Research. They are empowering afternoons as we were surrounded by hundreds of smart, passionate, research-minded women! The keynote speakers always impress us all with talks on sex differences in the brain and body and their effect on research and clinical application. 

Diabetes Prevention Conference- November 2016 


American Diabetes Association- June 2016 


Like the AHA, members of our team attend the American Diabetes Association conference every year. This year, the conference was held in New Orleans. Not only does the Infant Gold team get to share our research, but we stay up to date with cutting edge discoveries in diabetes research and care.