Disease Areas of Collaborative Focus


Diabetic Wound Healing

Assess your experimental materials for efficacy in BioModels’ established diabetic wound healing models. Diabetes mellitus defines a group of metabolic disorders characterized by chronic hyperglycemia due to impaired insulin secretion systems or dysregulated insulin sensitivity in an individual. The global prevalence of diabetes and diabetes-related complications (e.g. diabetic ulcers) has increased exponentially over the past several decades, creating a clear need for the development of novel therapeutics in this space.

BioModels has experience with a variety of in vivo models to simulate Type I and Type II diabetes as well as the diabetic wound healing process that can be used to validate compounds in a pre-clinical setting with customizable, experimental endpoints such as:

  • Percent Weight Change
  • Wound Healing Measurements
  • Blood Glucose/Insulin Monitoring
  • Histopathology
  • Custom Assays and Endpoints

Study Models

Diabetic Wound Healing (Splinted & Non-Splinted)

Diabetic Wound Healing (Splinted & Non-Splinted)



Daniel Lichtman

Managing Partner