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Diabetes Clinical Research: Finding a Cure

Currently Enrolling T1D Studies

  • For individuals between the ages of 2.5-45 years with a first-degree relative (parent, child, sibling) with type 1 diabetes
  • For individuals between the ages of 2.5-20 years with a second-degree relative (grandparent, aunt, uncle, niece, nephew, cousin or half-sibling) with type 1 diabetes

Purpose: To identify individuals at-risk for T1D and offer close monitoring for disease progression as well as potential prevention study opportunities.

For more information visit TrialNet on the web. 

Study Cordinator:  Juanita O'Brian, CMA, CCRC

Contact: usfdiabetesresearchc@usf.edu

  • For individuals ages 2-17
  • Diagnosed with type 1 diabetes or insulin-requiring type 2 diabetes
  • Has NOT used a Continuous Glucose Monitoring device (CGM) in the last year

Purpose: To evaluate the safety of non-adjunctive CGM use in CGM naive participants, by assessing the number of hypoglycemic and diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) events with use of CGM 

Study Coordinator: Janet Rodriguez, BSN, RN, CDCES, CRA-USF/ADVANCED

Contact: usfdiabetesresearchc@usf.edu

TEDDY Study compares characteristics of children diagnosed with type 1 diabetes before and after age 6

New findings from the international The Environmental Determinants of Diabetes in the Young (TEDDY) study add to the growing body of evidence indicating that type 1 diabetes is not a single disease.

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USF Awarded Four-Year, $69.9 Million NIH Grant to Continue Type 1 Diabetes Research

The Environmental Determinants of Diabetes in the Young study is led by USF Health’s Jeffrey Krischer, who has built a worldwide epidemiological hub for T1D research at USF. 

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Nature highlights USF Health-led TEDDY study as a diabetes research milestone

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USF Health Informatics Institute contributes to new NIH study indicating that measuring gene expression changes over time may help predict type 1 diabetes progression in at-risk children, and lead to earlier diagnosis of the autoimmune disease.

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USF Diabetes Center Focuses on Pathway to Prevention

How Can I Help Find A Way to Prevent Type 1 Diabetes?