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T1D EXCHANGE DIABETES INNOVATION CHALLENGE

Launched in 2016, the Challenge is an international competition to identify, nurture, and fast-track innovative scientific and clinical solutions for all aspects of diabetes research, clinical care, and patient quality of life. The Challenge is critical to advancing the frontier of diabetes innovation beyond what we can envision today.

  • The innovations of our Challenge alumni have already made an impact on medical research and treatment.
  • The prizes and notoriety have helped jump-start the careers of budding research entrepreneur.
  • The event has promoted collaboration between innovators, entrepreneurs, and investors in the diabetes community.

Congratulations

TO THE WINNERS OF THE
2018 INNOVATION CHALLENGE

AND THE WINNER IS…SMART GLUCAGON

Protomer Technologies in Pasadena, CA, just nabbed first place in T1D Exchange’s 2018 Diabetes Innovation Challenge for its concept of a “smart glucagon” that would, in essence, prevent severe hypoglycemia.

 

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WHERE ARE THEY NOW?

Spotlight: 2016 Winner Enable Biosciences Now Finalizing its Early Diagnostic

It was the closest thing to a Eureka moment—at least as it happens today in science. While a graduate student at the University of California, Berkeley, chemist Peter Robinson had an idea, a test, and then a company. It was an entrepreneurial journey that brought him and his partners to T1D Exchange. Now he and his team at Enable Biosciences are close to finalizing their über-sensitive diagnostic for regulatory approval.

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2018 CHALLENGE FINALISTS

2nd Place

Bonbouton
New York, NY

3rd Place

Cam Med
Boston, MA

Autonomous_ID
Ottawa, Canada
SciDogma Research
Bengaluru, India
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HAVE AN IDEA?

While we are not accepting applications for the Innovation Challenge right now, we are always willing to hear new ideas from smart innovators who might have the next breakthrough in diabetes treatment. Please submit your idea.

 

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