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Scientist, Nerds and Researchers

Hey all mathematicians, biologists, physicists, medics, programmers etc.! I'm looking for all the diabetic nerds out there. Also, is any of you working in diabetes R&D?

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Venturing into building Software on Embedded systems

Started by Sai. Last reply by Sai Sep 19, 2013. 3 Replies

Dear all, I have taken the decision to start my Entrepreneurial journey. I have chosen to start software projects on Embedded boards. I have background in VOIP, Telecom and related domains.I was…Continue

So, what's your job?

Started by Vera J.. Last reply by Kelci Aug 23, 2013. 6 Replies

Hi everybody,now that we are some members in this group, I'm curious to know what your jobs are and what you are doing (especially if related to diabetes).I'm a physicist, just finished studying and…Continue

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Your brain before and after diabetes...and what next

Started by Annie. Last reply by Eb Mar 9, 2013. 1 Reply

Hello All, I guess I'm writing this because I'm preparing for my first interview post-diabetes diagnosis and I'm nervous.I was dx'd July 2011 with an A1C of 14.9 and had had symptoms for 1.5 years…Continue

ADA Scientific Session thought

Started by Andrew. Last reply by Mark Horowitz Jul 1, 2012. 1 Reply

Hey, everyone! A friend of mine sent me a condensed review of the ADA Scientific Sessions. This little portion stood out to me:"Medtronic has supported research to find out whether glucose sensors…Continue

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Comment by drdon23 on December 17, 2013 at 2:58am

Why can't one of us invent pre filled cartridges for our pumps?

Comment by bojibridge on August 21, 2013 at 6:30am
Hey folks! I'm getting my PhD on astrophysics, so I guess I probably officially qualify for this group.
Comment by Vera J. on August 21, 2013 at 4:34am

It's so nice to see how many people are in the group by now and which jobs you have! I'm a physicist working as product specialist/consultant for a software company spezialized on planning and optimizing energy production and trading.
Keep posting!

Comment by jebusfu on August 21, 2013 at 1:19am

Hi all,

I m a physicist and currently doing my PhD at CERN in switzerland. Found Tudiabetes yesterday during a lazy day at work. Nice to connect with ppl with the same issues :)

Comment by Eb on March 6, 2013 at 8:32pm

Hi, I'm a control systems engineer. I work mostly on distributed control systems for refineries, and in the past have worked on programmable logic controllers and in industries like mining, power and chemicals.

Comment by Mohanned on October 29, 2012 at 2:19pm

Hi guys,graduated from med-school(in internship) in SA,looking to get in interventional radiology.
and i agree with Timothy,pancreatic transplant is already successful but the problem is in the immunity,needs to be rewired,read an abstract about trying marrow transplant(but i think that approach is very VERY risky).
and noticed these part of tudiabetes is dead :/.

Comment by drmom777 on March 23, 2012 at 5:08am
I'm new to the forum. I'm a psychiatry resident, medical school at Northwestern, undergrad in biology at MIT. Is that merely Enough for this group?
Comment by palomino on March 23, 2012 at 3:55am

Graduating with my DVM in less than 6 weeks.. and (hopefully) will be doctoring on horses and small ruminants.

Comment by Timothy on March 23, 2012 at 3:50am

Working in Clinical Chemistry.
Degree in molecular biology.
I worked on inhaled insulin for 2 years. Now in R/D for clinical instrumentation.( not specific to diabetes )
Creating new testing methods etc.
I stumbled on some research for a fingerstick blood meter that required no reagents or strips.
I can't imagine why it was not brought to market. :)
Ok yes I can.

I think the cure for type 1 diabetes is in immune system manipulation.

Comment by Timothy on March 23, 2012 at 3:45am

 

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