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Randie Little

Randie R. Little PhD

NGSP Network Coordinator, Co-Director Diabetes Diagnostic Laboratory, Depts. of Pathology & Anatomical Sciences and Child Health, University of Missouri School of Medicine, Columbia, Missouri

Randie R. Little is a 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 the coordinator of the NGSP network and is a member of the NGSP Steering Committee.  Her research interests include HbA1c testing and standardization, evaluation and comparison of HbA1c methods, HbA1c interferences, use of HbA1c for diabetes diagnosis and screening, use of glycated albumin and standardization of insulin and C-peptide measurement.  Recent publications include those on the effects of Hb variants on HbA1c measurements, analytical goals for HbA1c measurement and standardization of C-peptide measurements. 

Disclosures

Dr. Little reports no disclosures.