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JDRF Slide Presentation: Prevention of T1D

I recently attended a webinar presented by JDRF on current research into the prevention of type 1 diabetes.  Attached is the slide deck the…

Started by Emily Coles

2 Nov 17
Reply by Melitta

Study of the effects of personality and diabetes distress on glycemic control

This is a research study on the effects of personality and diabetes distress on glycemic control and self-care in diabetes. The study is be…

Started by Emily Coles

25 Nov 2
Reply by Cosumne Jan

Faustman Lab Research Interest

Faustman Lab is seeking patients who: are over 18 years old have had type 1 diabetes for less than 20 years   If you are interested and f…

Started by Emily Coles

0 Sep 23

The Goal Motivation Scale: Development of a new measure of motivation in Type 2 Diabetes

Sophie Parham, from the School of Psychology at Queensland University of Technology in Queensland, Australia, is doing a PhD project on Typ…

Started by Emily Coles

1 Sep 22
Reply by Sheepdogs

Study: TuDiabetes member attitudes and experiences

A group of researchers from the Department of Biomedical Informatics of Columbia University is conducting a study of the TuDiabetes communi…

Started by Emily Coles

3 Aug 30
Reply by swisschocolate

Self-monitoring study for people with type 2 diabetes

Researchers from Columbia University are looking for individuals with type 2 diabetes to participate in a self-monitoring study. The purpos…

Started by Emily Coles

0 Aug 29

Feedback on NEW INSULIN PUMP CONCEPTS, please

Are you interested in new insulin pump ideas? An insulin pump manufacturer is currently conducting a research study on some new insulin pu…

Started by Emily Coles

36 Jul 19
Reply by swisschocolate

Newly diagnosed T2 reversal research

Well here's a good one for the T2's anyhow...ok, not if you've had it a while but some interesting research: http://www.ncl.ac.uk/magres/r

Started by Nyadach

8 Jun 9
Reply by Jag1

Safety and Efficacy Study of Mini-Dose Glucagon (G-Pen Mini) in Patients With Type 1 Diabetes

This study will evaluate the usefulness of a mini-glucagon dose for treatment of low blood sugar.  They are looking for individuals 18-50 y…

Started by Emily Coles

4 May 24
Reply by Jen

Seeking survey participants with type 2 diabetes

The folks at Bringing Science Home are currently working on a project to learn about stress and coping in adults with Type 2 Diabetes.  The…

Started by Emily Coles

2 May 16
Reply by Judith in Portland

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