We are doing a research study to learn how an increased dose of semaglutide works in people with type 2 diabetes. If you have type 2 diabetes, you may be able to take part.
Have you or your child been diagnosed with type 1 diabetes during the past 12 months? Are you interested in helping researchers learn more about how to delay or prevent type 1 diabetes or how to treat type 1 diabetes? Join a registry to be notified of future opportunities to participate in type 1 diabetes research!
Feeling hungry, feeling full, and your weight can be controlled by certain genes in the brain. Sometimes there is a genetic change (variation) in one of these genes. If you have one of these variations (MC4R), then you may be able to take part in a research study about a drug called setmelanotide.
How hungry, how full you feel, and weight can be controlled by genes in the brain. Sometimes, there is a genetic change (variation) in one of these genes. If you have a Melanocortin-4-Receptor pathway (MC4R) variation, you may be able to take part in this research study.
If you have been diagnosed with prediabetes or Type 2 Diabetes, you may be able to participate in a study to help us learn if drawing blood can help to improve blood sugar control and liver health.
This study aims to define new forms of diabetes that are not yet understood. Participants will be asked to provide medical and family history and may be asked to have clinical lab testing performed.
A blinded Dexcom G6 Pro continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) sensor will be worn by patients in an intensive care unit (ICU) to assess accuracy when compared with routine care blood glucose (BG) measurements.
The purpose of this study is to understand how healthcare providers in primary care manage older adults with type 1 diabetes. We would like to understand whether they are managing them alone or with endocrinology as well as how comfortable providers are with diabetes management technology.