Developing a cure takes the synergy of brilliant and creative minds, state-of-the-art facilities and robust funding to ensure our scientists can do their work.

The Schulze Diabetes Institute brings it all together, thanks in large part to the world-class talents of our distinguished faculty. Our scientists are international leaders in diabetes research and islet transplantation. And while they work in laboratories and medical facilities, their work remains sharply focused on what it can do for the patient.

Because of our faculty, we are able to attract more of the best and brightest to our team, and the funding needed to propel our efforts forward.

 
Melena Bellin, MD
Associate Professor

612-624-5409
bell0130@umn.edu

Full bio

Bernhard Hering, MD
Executive Director

612-626-5697
bhering@umn.edu

Full bio

David Sutherland, MD, PhD
Professor Emeritus

612-625-5609
dsuther@umn.edu

Full bio

Christopher Burlak, PhD
Associate Professor of Surgery

612-625-7912
cburlak@umn.edu

Full bio

Tom Gilmore, BS
Cellular Manufacturing Core

Gilmo005@umn.edu

Full bio

Kate Mueller, BS
Quality Control

Full bio

Sabarinathan Ramachandran, PhD
Assistant Professor

612-625-9067
sramacha@umn.edu

Full bio

Josh Wilhelm, MS
Cellular Manufacturing Core/R&D

Full bio

Anders Matson, BS
Transplant Tolerance Lab

matso198@umn.edu

Full bio

David Heller, BS
Cellular Manufacturing Core

hell0215@umn.edu

Full bio

Muhamad Abdulla
Cellular Manufacturing Core

abdul014@umn.edu

Full bio

Sarah Hilbert, CCRP
Neurology and Regulatory

hilbe010@umn.edu

Full bio

Nora Hosny, MS
Genetic Engineering Lab

ahmedn@umn.edu

Full bio

Ravi Maisuria, BS
Transplant Tolerance Lab

maisu002@umn.edu

Full bio

Mandkhai Molomjamts
Cellular Manufacturing Core

molom002@umn.edu

Full bio

Yoshihide Nanno, MD, PhD
Cellular Manufacturing Core

ynanno@umn.edu

Full bio

Zach Swanson, BS
Cellular Manufacturing Core

zaswanso@umn.edu

Full bio

Anna Tran, BS
Transplant Tolerance Lab

tranx641@umn.edu

Full bio

No Results