RESOURCES

Glu is an online community of patients and caregivers who support, empower, and educate one another while participating directly in real-time research.
T1D Exchange Clinic Network supports a large registry of adults and children with T1D for the purpose of conducting multiple studies proposed by T1D Exchange investigators, other researchers, and corporate members.
T1D Exchange Clinic Registry supports research and development projects and programs in T1D by helping researchers characterize individuals living with the disease, conduct exploratory or hypothesis-generating analyses, and identify participants for future clinical studies.
T1D Exchange Biobank centralizes thousands of biological samples—together with clinical, demographic, and study-derived information—and aims to be a world-class resource for innovative research, a catalyst for exchange of knowledge and collaboration, and addresses the unmet need of having biological samples to better understand the causes of T1D, the heterogeneity in clinical course over time, and responses to therapy.

RESEARCH + STUDIES

Why Do Some People with T1D Stop Using a Pump and CGM?

T1D Exchange researched factors associated with discontinuation of pump and CGM Data show that the use of an insulin pump and/or continuous glucose monitors (CGM) improve glycemic control. Yet, only a small percentage of people [...]

Six-Month Clinical Trial Reveals Addition of Metformin Fails to Improve Glycemic Control in Adolescents Living with Type 1 Diabetes

Showed improvements to cardiovascular risks—reduced weight, BMI, total daily insulin usage BOSTON, December 1, 2015––Six months of adjunctive metformin therapy does not improve glycemic outcomes in obese adolescents with type 1 diabetes, according to new [...]

Insulin Pump Use Varies Across Globe Despite Benefits in Diabetes Control

Age, gender, ethnicity, and geography shown to impact access in largest international study of pediatric insulin pump therapy BOSTON, November 9, 2015 – In one of the largest studies of its kind, T1D Exchange researchers [...]

NEWS

T1D Exchange Awards Pilot Grant to University of Florida Faculty to Develop Diabetes Mentoring Program for Youth

GAINESVILLE, Fla.—While low socioeconomic status is known to negatively affect children with type 1 diabetes, little is known about the underlying causes of such disparities. With the help of a new grant from a national [...]

Biobank Spotlight on Dr. Maria J. Redondo

The T1D Exchange Biobank is an important resource developed to advance the understanding of T1D and support a new generation of innovative research, collaboration, and the exchange of knowledge. This quarter, we are spotlighting one [...]

T1D Exchange and M2D2 Open the Diabetes Innovation Challenge Request for Applicants

Ambitious initiative aims to excite and incentivize researchers, inventors, entrepreneurs, investors, and the industry to innovate new and inventive approaches to combat diabetes at the inaugural Diabetes Innovation Challenge Boston, MA – June 1, 2016 [...]

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