Our teams are working hard to get you the latest advice on Covid-19

Our helpline is providing vital support and advice to more people than ever. Help us be there for

every call by donating today – it really does make a difference. Thank you.

Savefor later Page saved! You can go back to this later in your Diabetes and Me Close

Stress hormones and risk of Type 2 diabetes

October 2019
December 2021
University of Birmingham
Stress hormones and risk of Type 2 diabetes

Researchers at the University of Birmingham would like to invite people with Type 2 diabetes, aged 40-80 years who manage their condition with diet, to take part in a study exploring the link between Type 2 diabetes and making too much of the stress hormone - cortisol.

Participants will be asked to attend one visit at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham, lasting approximately 2 hours.

For information please contact Dr Alessandro Prete: alessandro.prete@uhb.nhs.uk 

Brand Icons/Telephone check - FontAwesome icons/tick icons/uk