Karen Evans, Diabetes Research Program Administrator
I was born in New York City where I attended Walden School. After that I went to Ladycliff College for three years and then transferred to Fordham University where I received a B.A. I started working at Columbia University and worked in the following departments: Pharmacology, Center for Radiological Research, Radiation Safety, Neurology (Stroke and Critical Care Division). In 1995, I worked for seven months for Capital Market Risk Advisors, a midtown financial firm. In 2005, I joined Dr. Schmidt’s lab as the Divisional Administrator in the Department of Surgery (Division of Surgical Science). In 2010, our lab transferred to NYU Medical Center, where I presently work as the Divisional Administrator in the Diabetes Research Program.
News & Highlights
- Ravi Ramasamy, PhD was awarded a shared instrumentation grant from the National Institutes of Health for the acquisition of Seahorse system. <<more>>
- The Diabetes Research Program and NYU's Initiative in Data Science and Statistics were awarded a research grant from Independence Blue Cross. The goal of this collaboration is twofold; detect undiagnosed diabetes cases and predict potential cases of the disease. <<more>>
- Ann Marie Schmidt, MD and Ravi Ramasamy, PhD were awarded a grant from the NYU Abu Dhabi Institute. In collaboration with the NYU Abu Dhabi Public Health Research Institute, the project will examine the growing obesity and diabetes epidemic in Abu Dhabi.
- Ravi Ramasamy, PhD and Gabrielle Gold-von Simson, MD were awarded a multi-PI R25 grant from the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIH). " <<more>>
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