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Dr. Randie R. Little

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Network Coordinator

Local Address: Columbia, Missouri, United States
Company Description: The NGSP is supported in part by National Institutes of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases 1UC4DK096587-01.
Background

Employment History

  • Professor, Resrch
    Missouri Rehabilitation Center
  • NGSP Network Coordinator
    University of Missouri School of Medicine
  • Research Associate Professor of Child Health
    University of Missouri School of Medicine
  • Associate Professor In the Departments of Pathology and Anatomical Sciences and Child Health
    University of Missouri
  • Associate Research Professor and Co-Director of the Diabetes Diagnostic Laboratory
    University of Missouri

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • Ph.D. , Biology
    University of Missouri
  • BS
    State University of New York at Stony Brook
  • Ph.D.
45 Total References
Web References
Contact NGSP
www.ngsp.org, 27 May 2013 [cached]
Randie R. Little, Ph.D. NGSP Network Coordinator Telephone: 573-882-1257 Email: LittleR@health.missouri.edu
NGSP Steering Committee Members
www.ngsp.org, 27 May 2013 [cached]
Randie R. Little, Ph.D. NGSP Network Coordinator Departments of Pathology and Child Health
HealthScout-Blood Test Could Catch Undetected Diabetes
www.healthscout.com, 15 June 2002 [cached]
Randie R. Little, a research associate professor of child health at the University of Missouri School of Medicine, has studied undiagnosed diabetes in the U.S. population.She says the HgA1c test "could be a useful screening test."
"Diabetes can go undiagnosed in adults for many years," says Little."Sometimes, by the time people are identified, they already have some complications."
The longer the disease goes untreated, she says, the higher the risk of complications, including kidney and heart problems and blindness.
"It is important to diagnose it early," says Little."If you make certain lifestyle changes, like losing weight and exercising, you can really change the outcome or delay the onset."
What To Do: Take this true-or-false quiz on the HgA1c test from the National Diabetes Education Program.For general information about diabetes, visit the American Diabetes Association or the International Diabetes Federation.
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SOURCES: Interviews with David Edelman, M.D., research associate, Durham Veterans' Affairs Medical Center, assistant professor, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, N.C.; Randie R. Little, Ph.D., research associate professor, Department of Child Health, University of Missouri School of Medicine, Columbia, Mo.; January Journal of General Internal Medicine
Randie Little, ...
www.BioConferenceLive.com, 16 Mar 2012 [cached]
Randie Little, Ph.D. BioConference Live
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Randie Little, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Diabetes Diagnostic Laboratory, Dept. of Pathology & Anatomical Science, University of Missouri School of Medicine
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Randie R. Little is an Associate Professor in the Departments of Pathology & Anatomical Sciences and Child Health at the University of Missouri and is Director of the Diabetes Diagnostic Laboratory. Dr. Little is also the coordinator of the NGSP network and is a member of the NGSP Steering Committee and the IFCC Integrated Project on HbA1c. Dr. Little received her BS in 1973 from the State University of New York at Stony Brook and Ph.D. in Biology at Florida State University in 1977 prior to joining the faculty at the University of Missouri in 1979. She has published approximately 100 articles in the area of diabetes testing. Her research interests include glycated hemoglobin (HbA1c) testing and standardization, evaluation and comparison of HbA1c methods, use of HbA1c for diabetes diagnosis and screening, and standardization of insulin and C-peptide measurement.
AACC Announces Two Audioconferences for December 2008
www.aacc.org, 1 Dec 2008 [cached]
Dr. Randie R. Little, PhD, Associate Research Professor and Co-Director of the Diabetes Diagnostic Laboratory at the University of Missouri, Columbia, MO, will discuss developments in the standardization of HbA1C;
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