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Clinical Excellence, Personalized Attention

To recognize and thank Lori Laffel, MD, Frank and Nancy  Selldorff recently made a generous gift to support her research focused on the use of new technology to monitor glucose levels in children and adolescents.

A Lifetime of Support

Longtime supporters of the Joslin Diabetes Center, John and Anne Bray, have endowed a new lectureship series named in honor of Donna M. Younger, MD, a pioneer in the field of diabetes who has been an esteemed member of the medical staff for more than 50 years.

Instrumental Support

In 1938, Frank Ring was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at age 12. When he began receiving care under Elliott Joslin, MD, his life changed dramatically. Frank and his family established an inspiring legacy of enduring support, continued today by his son, David Ring, and David's wife, Elaine.

Support Joslin’s Marathon Runners

Learn more about our exceptional marathoners running with Team BILH on behalf of Joslin.

Meet Marty

We sat down with Board of Trustees Chair Martin “Marty” Pasqualini to talk about his longstanding relationship with Joslin Diabetes Center and philanthropy’s vital role in the important, lifesaving work that occurs at the institution.

Culturally Competent Care

The Asian American Diabetes Initiative, pioneered by Joslin and its supportive community members, strives to enhance quality of life and health outcomes for Asian Americans living with diabetes, and its prevention through research, education, outreach and culturally appropriate treatment.

A Journey with Joslin

We sat down with Stefany Shaheen to talk about her relationship with Joslin Diabetes Center, her involvement in the community, and how vital philanthropy is to research and care at the world-renowned diabetes center. Stefany also shares what inspired her to train for the marathon and raise funds for Joslin.