EMRI is a pioneering institute with a mission to combine clinical care, research and education in diabetes, ocrine and metabolic diseases. By encouraging and supporting innovative research, the Institute aims to enhance understanding of these diseases and to accelerate the search for new treatment options and cure possibilities. ocrinology and Metabolism Research Institute is affiliated to Tehran University of Medical Sciences and is comprised of three affiliated research institutes each ...
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As the highest ranking Iranian institute for research, teaching, and training in ocrinology, the EMRI vigorously pursues its mission ...
- Dr. Larijani in a meeting with president Rouhani:: Observing new areas of science to take role in the global arena
- TUMS Chancellor makes a visit to EMRI
- Representative of Lebanese company visits Endocrinology and Metabolism Research Institute
- Diabetes Education Program for Nurses, EMRI June 2014
- eNOS Gene Polymorphism Association with Retinopathy in Type 1 Diabetes
- Replication of TCF7L2 rs7903146 association with type 2 diabetes in an Iranian population
- Interleukin-1 receptor antagonist gene polymorphism in patients with biopsy-proven erythema nodosum
- VEGF gene polymorphism association with diabetic neuropathy
Since its establishment, EMRI has attained several prominent achievements which can be considered as unique in the field of research and treatment. They include: Angipars: a Novel Herbal Medication for Diabetic Foot Ulcer Angipars is a novel treatment option for patients with diabetic foot which is developed by the ocrinology and Metabolism Research Institute. It is a plant derivative, and the active ingredients are assumed to be coumarin-like compounds that are abundant in the plant Melilotus Officialis. The plant is harvested, processed, and subsequently, the active ingredients are extracted and purified with the use of a complex technology so that to preserve therapeutic acteristics of the components. Angipars was introduced to the Iranian pharmacologic ...
EMRI as a multi-disciplinary biomedical and clinical research institute looks forward to expanding capacity for basic, clinical, and translational research on diabetes and metabolic disorders. Any offer of assistance, partnership, orMore »
Considering the disabling complications of diabetes, their being preventable, and their economic burden on the Iranian national health care system, Endocrine and Metabolism Research Institute has launched a Virtual Diabetes Clinic so thatMore »
The Industry Relations Department aims to advance private-public partnerships that involve the Institute with a focus on facilitating collaborative activities with industry including direct or cooperative funding of research, licensing of university-ownedMore »