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On-line Diabetes Resources

Part 4: Universities, Hospitals, M.D.'s, and Research Web Sites

By David Mendosa

Last Update: January 18, 2006

This Web page brings together in one place descriptions of and links to only those Web pages of universities, hospitals, MDs, and research dealing with diabetes, but is linked to the 15 other On-line Diabetes Resources pages dealing with other Web pages, other parts of the Internet, and other on-line services. Those links that I think are especially valuable are marked in red.

Diabetes Prevention Trials

The Diabetes Prevention Trial is a national study to test if it's possible to prevent Type 1 diabetes. This DPT-1 study is still recruiting for its oral insulin study. The injected insulin study (a separate study, but nevertheless the other half of the DPT-1) reported out in 2001 and was not successful. The URLs include and
Stanford University's School of Medicine at

A study to prevent type 2 diabetes, called the Diabetes Prevention Program, has been concluded. It reported out a year early in August 2001 because its findings strongly conclude that type 2 diabetes can be delayed and possibly prevented by either lifestyle changes or medication.The URL is

  1. The Translational Pain Research Group at the Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts is under the direction of Dr. Christine N. Sang. It conducts a variety of studies to treat painful diabetic neuropathy. The URL is

  2. Dr. Brian Richman is a podiatric physician and surgeon who practices in Layton and Logan, Utah. He tells me that he has new and successful treatments for diabetic foot ulcers and charcot foot. His URL is

  3. TRIGR stands for Trial to Reduce Insulin-Dependent Diabetes in the Genetically at Risk. It is a multinational clinical trial aimed at reducing the incidence of Type 1 diabetes in children. More than 40 centers in the U.S., Canada, Europe, and Australia will be involved in TRIGR. They are recruiting about 6000 families with a history of type 1 diabetes and expecting a baby. When babies are weaned from breastfeeding, they will receive infant formulas that contain no, or a reduced amount of, intact foreign food proteins typically found in baby formulas. TRIGR will enroll babies from across 17 countries. Recruitment will span two years, with follow-up for 10 years. It will investigate potential environmental factors, specifically the early introduction of cow's milk into the baby's diet. Participating institutions in the U.S. are located in Los Angeles, New York, Pittsburgh, Ponce, Puerto Rico, Seattle, and St. Louis. The URL is

  4. Diabetes Counselling includes an on-line counselling service and a discussion board. This site free and is for people living in Australia. The counsellor is Helen Edwards, who herself has type 1 diabetes. The URL is

  5. Alan Greene, M.D., is assistant clinical professor, Packard Children's Hospital, Stanford University School of Medicine, and an active physician on the Internet. A practicing pediatrician, Dr. Greene has a Web site,, that focuses on children's health. The site has several articles about diabetes including:
  6. Diabetes Roundtable is an online resource for physicians who want the most reliable and up-to-date diabetes information and continuing medical education. The site offers instant access to information on the effective treatment and management of patients with diabetes, with particular focus on pharmacologic approaches and insulin therapy. The URL is

  7. In addition to his articles, Dr. Greene has a one hour daily chat during which parents have the opportunity to ask children's health and behavior questions and receive immediate answers. The URL is

  8. aims to provide information for patients and professionals on research and clinical care in genetic types of diabetes. The website is run by the Department of Diabetes and the Centre for Molecular Genetics at the University of Exeter and Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital, Exeter, UK. The URL is

  9. is the Web site devoted to the study of the glucagon-like peptides. Dr. Daniel J. Drucker , an endocrinologist and professor of medicine in the Division of Endocrinology, Department of Medicine, Toronto General Hospital, University of Toronto, maintains this site. The URL is

  10. The Genetics of Kidneys in Diabetes (GoKinD) Study is a JDRF research program being conducted in both the U.S. and Canada. The study will help scientists better understand how to prevent and better treat diabetic nephropathy in people with type 1 diabetes. The study is enrolling adults ages 18-54 who have type 1 diabetes. Half of these individuals will have diabetic kidney disease and half will be free of kidney disease. The GoKinD Study also seeks to enroll both parents of these individuals. If parents are unavailable, adults with type 1 diabetes may join the study on their own. The URL is

  11. Amyloid diabetes is the term that M.R. (Pete) Hayden, M.D., of Camdenton, Missouri, uses for what we usually call type 2 diabetes. Islet amyloid (a scar tissue) forms in the islets of people with type 2 diabetes. "This scar tissue creates a diffusion barrier and causes an insulin secretory defect as well as an insulin absorptive defect around the vessels within the islets of the pancreas," Dr. Hayden tells me. He is a family physician on sabbatical to pursue his interest in islet amyloid. The URL is

  12. The Virtual Health Care Team has written up a case about a person with diabetic retinopathy and resulting low vision. It describes medical treatment, rehabilitation principles, and resources. It is one of the interdisciplinary cases sponsored by the School of Health Professions and the School of Medicine, University of Missouri, Columbia. The URL is

  13. The Web site of the Diabetes Center at the University of California San Francisco includes its "eUpdate," a newsletter published approximately once per month by its scientists and staff. The URL is

  14. The Endocrine Metabolic Medical Center in Redwood City, California is a clinic for people with diabetes, diabetes complications, or weight control issues. J. Joseph Prendergast, M.D, founded Endocrine Metabolic Medical Center in 1986. The URL is

  15. Diabetes One on One is a program for people with diabetes, their families, and friends. The Endocrine Metabolic Medical Center in Atherton, California, which Dr. Joseph Prendergast heads, sponsors this program. A Diabetes Nurse Education serves as the coach and resource to each member of the program. Support is via phone and email. The URL is

  16. Diabetes Health Care Providers and Researchers in India consists of information from professional organizations and academic institutions and is a companion to the lay site, Asian Indians with Diabetes at . The have the same Webmasters, Professor P.V. Rao, the head of the Department of Endocrinology and Metabolism of the School of Diabetology, Nizam's Institute of Medical Sciences, and Dr. Paturi Ushabala of the Diabetes Education and Treatment Center, both in Hyderabad, India. The URL is

  17. "Clinica Diabetológica" is the Web site of Dr. Antuña de Alaiz in both Spanish and English. His clinic is in Gijón, Asturias, Spain, and the URL is

  18. The Diabetes Clinic Online in Kerala, India, lets people with diabetes consult their doctors online for blood glucose control from home, reducing the frequency of personal visits to the doctor's office. They send their blood glucose results by mail. Dr. J.J. Kannampilly is chairman, The URL is

  19. The AIDA diabetes simulator development team has started a novel research program to evaluate the educational usefullness of the freeware AIDA diabetes simulator in small group diabetes clinic teaching sessions. The approach involves making use of the diabetes simulator as a computer-based "interactive blackboard" during diabetes education lessons. A randomized controlled trial approach is being used where half a group of patients receive lessons with the diabetes simulator and the other half receive lessons with more standard (non-computer based) lectures. So far the approach has only been tested with 24 patients, however a larger scale study is planned, and any diabetes educators or endocrinologists who might be interested in running such a study locally in their own clinic(s) are invited to contact the AIDA authors via the AIDA Web site. Further information about the freely available protocol and study materials can be found at

  20. The Diabetes Institute for Immunology and Transplantation at the University of Minnesota was founded in 1994 to develop and implement cures for diabetes through the disciplines of transplantation and immunology. The URL is

  21. The Tallahassee Memorial Diabetes Center is one of the largest diabetes treatment centers in the southeast. The URL is

  22. Diabetes TIME means Total Individual Management and Education. This a three-day intensive outpatient educational program is designed for those people looking to take charge of their diabetes. The program is a joint venture between Chesapeake Health and the Leonard R. Strelitz Diabetes Institutes at Eastern Virginia Medical School. The URL is

  23. Diabetes TIME, in Chesapeake, Virginia, was developed by Chesapeake Health's Diabetes Education Program and The Leonard R. Strelitz Diabetes Institutes at Eastern Virginia Medical School to help you become much more aware of how to manage your diabetes. It offers a three-day on-site "Total Individual Management and Education" program at Chesapeake Health's Lifestyle Center. The URL is

  24. SmithKline Beecham Pharmaceuticals, headquartered in London, England, is conducting a long-term research study to compare the effects of three FDA-approved medications on Type 2 Diabetes. Qualified participants will receive at no cost a physician's assessment, laboratory tests, and study medication. They don't name the medications (probably for regulatory reasons), but Avandia is probably one of them, because it is their only FDA-approved medication. The URL is

  25. The Naomi Berrie Diabetes Center at Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center in Dallas emphasizes its family approach to care of patients with diabetes. The URL is

  26. The Pasadena (California) Diabetes & Endocrinology Group is affiliated with the City of Hope Medical Group. The URL is

  27. The DiabCare Quality Network in Europe is a European consortium of partners in health care, industry, and research to improve diabetes care through telemedicine. The URL is

  28. The International Diabetes Center in Minneapolis is part of the Institute for Research and Education HealthSystem Minnesota. HealthSystem Minnesota, an integrated care system, also includes Methodist Hospital, Park Nicollet Clinic, and The Foundation. The Center is a leader in the development, evaluation, and implementation of education and treatment models designed to improve the health and lives of people with diabetes. The URL is

  29. The Web site has two detailed and technical articles about diabetes:

    • Diabetes Mellitus, Type 1 - A Review, by Scott R. Votey, M.D., Associate Professor, Division of Emergency Medicine, University of California at Los Angeles Medical Center and Anne L. Peters, M.D., Director of Clinical Diabetes Program, Associate Professor of Medicine, UCLA Department of Medicine, UCLA Medical Center. The URL is

    • Diabetes Mellitus, Type 2 - A Review, also by Scott R. Votey, M.D., Associate Professor, Division of Emergency Medicine, University of California at Los Angeles Medical Center and Anne L. Peters, M.D., Director of Clinical Diabetes Program, Associate Professor of Medicine, UCLA Department of Medicine, UCLA Medical Center. The URL is

  30. Recombinant Capital's search engine for biotech clinical trials is an excellent resource to find out what upcoming diabetes drugs are being studied. Hint: enter the word diabetes in the text string field at the bottom of the form without entering any other values and click on the search button. The URL is

  31. The CenterWatch Clinical Trials Listing Service is a listing of ongoing clinical research trials run by a publishing company that focuses on the clinical trials industry. You can use this listing to search for clinical trials, find out information about physicians and medical centers performing clinical research, and to learn about drug therapies recently approved by the Food and Drug Administration. When I looked at the site in June 1997 there were 272 diabetes trials underway (look under endocrinology), a huge increase from the 58 reported a year earlier. The URL is

  32. HealthStream's Primary Care Update has a two-hour continuing medical education (CME) lecture on diabetes by Martin Abrahamson, MD, Clinical Director, Diabetes Care Center, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. The URL is

  33. Diagnosis and Management of Type 2 Diabetes, Monograph No. 1, 1999, is an American Family Physician monograph designed to provide family physicians with high-quality continuing medical education that reflects the spectrum of family practice. The on-line and print versions of these monographs are identical. The URL is

  34. The American Academy of Family Physicians released "The Benefits and Risks of Controlling Blood Glucose Levels in Patients With Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus" in August 1999. This review of the evidence and recommendations is available in a 39-page PDF document. The URL is

  35. Dr. Stuart Brink, M.D., is the senior endocrinologist at NEDEC, the New England Diabetes & Endocrinology Center in Waltham, Massachusetts. The URL is

  36. Incyte Pharmaceuticals Inc. in Palo Alto, California, announced that scientists at Incyte, in collaboration with researchers at the University of Cambridge, UK, have confirmed a key gene responsible for type 2 diabetes, severe insulin resistance, a trait associated with type 2 diabetes and early onset hypertension using single-nucleotide polymorphism technology. This discovery, reported in the December 23, 1999, issue of the journal Nature, will aid the development of more effective drugs for type 2, which accounts for 90-95 percent of all diabetes cases. The URL is

  37. The Biochemistry of Type 1 and 2 Diabetes Mellitus is by Michael W. King, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, at the Indiana University School of Medicine. This page is especially valuable in describing the ICCA, ICSA, and AntiGAD antibodies by which type 1 diabetes is most positively diagnosed. The URL is

  38. The Endocrine Pancreas: Introduction and Index is a first-rate professional introduction. It is a part of the Biomedical Hypertextbooks from Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado. The URL is

  39. The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio Department of Orthopaedics/Podiatric Service has an extensive information about foot care. While the title of this link is quite a mouthful, the URL is simple:

  40. The Diabetes Control Center is a Web site is dedicated to shining light on the bad news of diabetes, so that it can be avoided, and broadcasting the good news for the sake of good health. The site addresses the potential complications of diabetes and how they can be prevented. It also includes tips for handling for sick days and provides diet information. The site was constructed by Charles H. Raine, III, M. D. a specialist in diabetes who also has the disease, takes insulin, and regularly checks his blood sugar. The URL is

  41. Nancy J. Bohannon, MD, a San Francisco specialist in endocrinology and metabolism, writes me that she does respond to e-mail requests by forwarding copies of her papers when they seem appropriate, including vulvovaginal candidiasis in diabetic women, coronary artery disease in people with diabetes specifically and also in other special populations such as women and smokers, and her research, including information on pimagedine, Humalog, insulin pens, new monitors, and inhaled insulin. "I do have concerns," she writes, "about advice given to people who are not established patients and so do not advise them except regarding general info such as enhanced glucose monitoring." Her office phone is (415) 648-7622, her e-mail address is, and her URL is

  42. The Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center's Division of Vascular Surgery in Boston is a leading center for the treatment of the vascular complications of diabetes, especially for problems of the diabetic foot. Their techniques have led to a marked reduction in the need for amputation commonly associated with diabetes. This care is multidisciplinary, and access to care is by calling the Diabetic Foot Center (1-888-FEET) or by selecting and calling directly any member of the Vascular Surgery staff. The URL is

  43. The Texas Diabetes Institute in San Antonio focuses on type 2 diabetes. Its new $28 million facility is scheduled to open in May 1999. Unlike any facilities found elsewhere in the United States, the facility will allow for a continuum of care, including early prevention, patient education, routine treatment, research, and state-wide professional and physician training. The URL is

  44. The University of Utah Medical School can show you microscopic views of the pancreas, kidneys, eyes, and other tissues of diabetic patients. These images of the "Pathology of Diabetes Mellitus" illustrate why good control is important. Its URL is

  45. The Web site of the "Joslin Diabetes Center DNA Core Facility" offer information to researchers on DNA sequencing, DNA synthesis and DNA Fragment Analysis and how the Core provides these services. The URL is

  46. The Department of Anaesthesia in Basel, Switzerland, includes the "Resident's Electronic Handbook for Diabetes mellitus." Its URL is

  47. The five Usenet FAQs from on diabetes are on-line. The URL is

  48. The University of Texas-Houston's Office of Public Affairs has news about a "Culturally Sensitive Project Aims To Improve Health of Diabetic Mexican Americans" available on-line. Its URL is

  49. "Ask NOAH About: Diabetes" has detailed information about diabetes in both English and Spanish. NOAH's diabetes pages connect you to a large number of well-organized resources on all aspects of diabetes, both on the NOAH site and linked to other sites. Who is NOAH? It stands for New York Online Access to Health and consists of four partners: The City University of New York, The New York Academy of Medicine, New York Metropolitan Reference and Research Library Agency, and The New York Public Library. The URL is

  50. "Screening for Diabetes Mellitus" is an extensive discussion of the need for and efficacy of screening for the disease prepared by the Health Sciences Division of Columbia University and the Presbyterian Hospital in New York. The URL is

  51. "Mapping Disease Susceptibility Genes - NIDDM" is a technical paper by Stephen S. Rich, Ph.D. The URL is

  52. The Diabetes Research & Treatment Centre is an interdisciplinary center whose function is to promote research, education and treatment of diabetes in Manitoba. It has some good information at

  53. Projekt-D is a model project funded by the Bundesgesundheitsministerium, Bonn, Germany, focusing on young type 1 patients. The work is done at the university's hospital for children and adolescents, Erlangen, Germany. Dr. Christian Renner (who also runs the diabetes-max mailing list) maintains the URL at

  54. The Family Practice Handbook by Mark A. Graber, M.D., Rhea J. Allen, M.D., Co-Chief Resident, and Barcey T. Levy, M.D., Co-Chief Resident, all of the Department of Family Practice, University of Iowa College of Medicine, Iowa City, Iowa, has valuable sections in chapter 5 on hypoglycemia, diabetes mellitus, diabetic ketoacidosis, and hyperglycemic-nyperosmolar nonketotic syndrome. Start at

  55. The University of California, Davis, has lots of on-line information about diabetes, including particularly an article by Arthur C. Huntley, M.D., in Dermatology Online Journal, December 1995, reviewing skin manifestations of diabetes. The URL is

    Other articles from Dermatology Online Journal dealing with dermatology and diabetes can be found at

  56. The Barbara Davis Center for Childhood Diabetes is the largest diabetes and endocrine care program in the Colorado community. The Center is managed as a distinct administrative unit of the University of Colorado School of Medicine and is located within a building on the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center campus in Denver, Colorado, but is moving to a new location in May 2005. The URL is

  57. The Diabetes page of the University of California, Berkeley, is about vision care. Researchers at the University's School of Optometry are investigating the direct effects of blood glucose levels on vision in people with and without diabetes. That research depends on participation of diabetic volunteers. In return for two to four hours of their time, participants receive a brief eye exam, $15/hour, and a better understanding of their vision and diabetes. People with diabetes who are interested in or who wish to participate in studies of should contact Dr. Marilyn Schneck at the school of optometry, phone (510) 642-5904. The URL is

  58. The Iowa Diabetes and Endocrinology Research Center (DERC) fosters a multidisciplinary approach to the study of diabetes and hormone action at the cellular and molecular level. Investigations relate primarily to insulin, IGFs, and glucose transporters, but also include investigation of cellular effects of steroid hormones, GnRH, prolactin, CGRP, LH/FSH and growth factors (glia maturation factor, TGF-beta, cytokines). The URL is

  59. The Endocrinology & Diabetes Unit at the British Columbia's Children's Hospital in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, has developed a home page for patients, families and professionals interested in pediatric endocrinology and diabetes. The webmaster is Daniel L. Metzger, MD. The URL is

  60. The "Alberta Foundation for Diabetes Research" in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, raises funds to support clinical trials as well as other promising diabetes research projects being carried out in Alberta. It also provides general information on diabetes. The URL is

  61. The "Michigan Diabetes Outreach Network" offers health professionals in diabetes care access to the most current information and the latest therapies in caring for patients with type 1 and type 2 diabetes. Resources at this site include a Quick Reference Guide to Diabetes for Primary Care Physicians, Recommendations for Community Diabetes Screening, Diabetes & Exercise - A Guide for Health Professionals, and Diabetes and Eye Disease - A Guide for Health Professionals. The URL is

  62. The "National Glycohemoglobin Standardization Program" seeks to standardize glycohemoglobin test results so that clinical laboratory results are comparable to those reported in the Diabetes Control and Complications Trial (DCCT) where relationships to mean blood glucose and risk for vascular complications have been established. A key component of the program is the Reference Laboratory Network. The network interacts with manufacturers of GHB methods to assist them first in standardizing their methods and then in providing comparison data for certification of traceability to the DCCT. Randie R. Little, Ph.D. of the Department of Pathology at the University of Missouri School of Medicine is the programs's network coordinator. The site's URL is

  63. "Alan L. Rubin, M.D." is an endocrinologist practicing in San Francisco. The site's URL is

  64. "The Only Stand-up Endocrinologist - in the World!" is the unique Web site of Harold Bays M.D. He really is a doctor, researcher, and a standup comic. He is the medical director of a research center (conducting phase II-IV clinical research trials in new cholesterol, diabetes, hypertension, and other metabolic treatments), an endocrinologist in private practice, and assistant clinical professor of the department of endocrinology and metabolism at the University of Louisville School of Medicine. The URL is

  65. The Endocrine Treatment Centers Inc. in Providence, Rhode Island, is the Web site of Michael David Hein, M.D. The URL is

  66. Paul A. Fitzgerald, M.D., is a board-certified endocrinologist practicing in San Francisco. The URL is

  67. "Cure Diabetes" is the Web site of Dr. Tom Dorsch, an adult endocrinologist in Peoria, Illinois. The URL is

  68. "The Brown Schools" have two facilities that have both inpatient and outpatient diabetes programs for children, adolescents, and adults having difficulty managing their illness both physically and emotionally. Cumberland Hospital located in New Kent, Virginia, is recognized by the National Juvenile Diabetes Association. The A.D.A.P.T. program at West Oaks Hospital located in Houston, Texas, serves individuals of all ages and those with neurological impairments. The URL is

  69. The Diabetes Treatment Center affiliated with Loma Linda University Medical Center in Loma Linda, California, offers patient education to persons with diabetes and their family members. The URL is

  70. The "COHIS Notebook: Diabetes" site is presented by the Boston University Medical Center's Community Outreach Health Information System. It consists of several Web pages with basic information about diabetes. The URL is

  71. The Diabetes Research Institute is an international center at the University of Miami School of Medicine dedicated exclusively to the cure and treatment of diabetes. The URL is

  72. The Leonard R. Strelitz Diabetes Institutes of the Eastern Virginia Medical School serves Hampton Roads and the Commonwealth of Virginia. The URL is

  73. Eric A. Orzeck, MD, an endocrinologist in Houston, Texas, sounds from his Web page to be the type of physician who will aggressively help his patients to control their diabetes. Take, for example, this paragraph: "Your blood sugar should run between 70-150 mg/dl. Your hemoglobin A1c' s (a test that averages all blood sugars for the last 3 months) should be under 8, but will vary by the lab chosen. These number can and should be the goal of most of our patients. Very few excesses should be accepted." His Web site tells prospective patients about what to expect in his office and includes some of his published articles. The URL is

  74. Type 2 Diabetes: Case Studies in Patient Care by Mary Anne Koda-Kimble of the University of California, San Francisco's School of Pharmacy, is another excellent pharmacy lesson. The URL is

  75. Taking Control of Diabetes by Michael S. Monaghan of Creighton University's School of Pharmacy and Allied Health Professions is another useful program for continuing pharmaceutical education. The URL is

  76. Monitoring for Control of Type 2 Diabetes is another lesson by Dr. Monaghan. The URL is

  77. The "Diabetes Doctor" is Yair Litvin with offices in Englewood and West Orange, New Jersey. The site includes a valuable "Diabetes Newsletter," with news about recent important developments in the field of diabetes. The URL is

  78. The Diabetes Centre of the Endocrine & Diabetes Service, The Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Woodville, South Australia, has some basic information on diabetes, including a catalog of printed diabetes resources. The URL is

  79. Gary M. Glickman, MD, in New York City invites you to the Web site for his practice, which features very useful information and links on diabetic retinopathy and treatment. Dr. Glickman specializes in diseases and surgery of the retina. The URL is

  80. The Diabetic Eye Center in New York has what promises to be an important Web site. It is under development now (November 22, 1998). The URL is

  81. Sweet Success: California Diabetes and Pregnancy Program is a model of care for pre-pregnant and pregnant women with diabetes. The California Department of Health, Maternal and Child Branch sponsors the program. The contact for more information is Jane Darany, RN, MS, Region Seven Coordinator for the Sweet Success Program. The URL is

  82. The Charcot Foot: Management of Diabetic Charcot Arthropathy by Bret M. Ribotsky, DPM, FACFAS, FACFAOM is an extensive and authorative discussion of this diabetes-related complication. The URL is

  83. Primary Care Clinical Practice Guidelines - Diabetes is—like it says—for the primary care provider. It's an introduction to using guidelines with source links, major studies, journal articles, and other resources for treating diabetes. The URL is

Diabetes Research and Training Centers

Six Diabetes Research and Training Centers are funded by the National Institutes of Health. The URL is

  1. The Diabetes Research and Training Center is one of three divisions of the Diabetes Center of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. The URL is

  2. University of Chicago Diabetes Research and Training Center. The URL is

  3. The Indiana University Diabetes Research and Training Center at the Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis doesn't have its own Web site. But see

  4. The Michigan Diabetes Research and Training Center (MDRTC) is a multidisciplinary unit of The University of Michigan Health System. The URL is

  5. The Diabetes Research and Training Center at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, Tennessee. The URL is

  6. Washington University Diabetes Research and Training Center in St. Louis, Missouri, doesn't have any Web site. But there is an online description of its work at

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