|Opportunity for those at risk of diabetes or elevated cholesterol
||We are looking for volunteers ages 30-70 on a study about the relationship between cholesterol lowering medications (statins) and type 2 diabetes. The study is looking for people that may have a family history of diabetes, have pre-diabetes, have high cholesterol, and are slightly to moderately overweight. Appointments include glucose tolerance test, insulin resistance test, and microbiome sampling. In the study participants will gain information on their cardiovascular risk, resistance to insulin, and be able to meet with a certified dietitian to make actionable goals to lower risks. For more information please email: Pragya Tripathi or call 650-503-4476.
|Liraglutide for weight loss and cardiovascular benefits
||We are looking for moderately overweight but otherwise healthy pre- and type 2 diabetics between the ages of 40-69 to examine the effects of the FDA approved drug liraglutide on cardiovascular health.
|Type 1 Diabetes and the Brain
||Researchers at Stanford University are studying brain activations during cognitive tasks in children and teenagers with Type 1 Diabetes.
We are currently recruiting 7-16 year olds diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes.
Participation involves two 15-minute cognitive tasks and fNIRS brain recording (safe and noninvasive). Your child will receive a $20 Amazon gift card for his/her participation.
For more information or to participate, please contact Gabby Tong (firstname.lastname@example.org)
|T1D Focus Group
||We would like to learn about where you receive care for your diabetes-related needs and get feedback about your diabetes care experiences.
|Echo Type 1 Diabetes: Democratizing Specialty Knowledge to Improve Health Outcomes
||Stanford University is launching a Project ECHOTM for Type 1 Diabetes (T1D) to support primary care providers who manage adult and/or pediatric patients with T1D who do not receive routine specialty care.
|Development of next Wave of Artificial Pancreas Technology
||We’re looking for people with type 1 diabetes to enroll in trials at Stanford to help develop the next wave of artifcial pancreas technology.
|Optimizing Diabetes Device Uptake and Use Through Virtual Reality
||We are looking for volunteers to participate in a research study that uses virtual reality to expose people with type 1 diabetes to a closed loop (CL) system that semiautomatically adjusts blood sugars.
||The STRONG-D research study aims to help people with Type 2 Diabetes achieve a healthier lifestyle!