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Sarah L Gray is the assistant professor at Northern medical program in university of Northern British ColumbiaHer international experience includes various programs, contributions and participation in different countries for diverse fields of study. Her research interests reflect in Her wide range of publications in various national and international journals. She speaks at various event and conferences .She have worked with various association and member of various reputed organisation. She has connection with medical offices, clinics, and hospitals, and work closely with physicians and specialists.Dr Gray's interests lie in how changes in adipose tissue mass, as sseen in obesity, contribute to the development of type 2 diabetes. Obesity, diabetes and associated complications cause long term suffering for patients and are a massive economic burden to countries around the world. Understanding the mechanisms by which type 2 diabetes develops may lead to treatments to control or reverse the metabolic complications associated with obesity and importantly provide clear mechanistic data to suppor the promotion of a healthy lifestyle for the prevention of obesity and type 2 diabetes.
The central theme of research would be the molecular mechanisms of type 2 diabetes, with sepcific focus on the following interrelated areas of research: -Adipose tissue expandability in the regulation of metabolic homeostasis -Endocrine regulation of glucose homeostasis -Molecular mechanisms that control energy expenditure -Type 2 diabetes in First Nations popluations of British Columbi
Review Article: J Metabolic Synd 2014, 3: 162
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