All Discussions Tagged 'study' (40)

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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

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

Paid online survey

Health Advances, LLC,  a healthcare research firm, is seeking people with diabetes to provide feedback in an online survey to help invento…

Started by Emily Coles

8 May 8
Reply by Jake

Help us develop better tools for displaying discussion threads!

Researchers at Columbia University are inviting members of TuDiabetes community to participate in a research study investigating different…

Started by Emily Coles

6 Apr 24
Reply by swisschocolate

Joslin Study Links High Glutamate Levels in Brain with Depression, Low Cognitive Function

Joslin Study Links High Glutamate Levels in Brain with Depression, Low Cognitive Function. A raised level of glutamate in the brain, is app…

Started by Emmy

5 Feb 18
Reply by Karen

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