HAPPY NEW YEAR 2014!!
At the close of each year, we like to tap the top diabetes advocacy organizations to share what they feel they’ve accomplished, and what kinds of plans / goals / strategies they have in mind for the new year ahead.
So, once again we asked the pointed questions: Did they live up to their own expectations for 2013? And what do they envision for continuing to help the D-community in 2014?…
HAPPY NEW YEAR 2014!!
Well, we’ve all made it through another year!
Amazing that it’s almost time to turn the page on 2013 and move into 2014… With about a week left, we are about 98% sure we can say that all the big diabetes news of this year has probably materialized already.
There have been some exciting steps forward on long-awaited product developments, from FDA filings to approvals that the Diabetes Community has been anticipating. Not to mention…
Dr. Anne Peters is one of our favorite endocrinologists in the limelight. She’s director of the Diabetes Program at the University of Southern California (USC), head of the nation’s largest outreach program for community-based diabetes prevention and treatment in Los Angeles, and author of the best-selling book Conquering Diabetes. She does a series of regular videos on diabetes for Medscape and other sites, and we’ve interviewed her and featured her here several times in the…Read more »
Jiangfeng Fei is the new Senior Manager of New Technology Development for the JDRF Artificial Pancreas Project (APP). His responsibilities include “identification of new device development opportunities that fill key gaps to accelerate the goals of the JDRF APP, and acting as the scientific lead on current device-related partnerships with industry and academic investigators.” We were thrilled to include him in the recent 2013 DiabetesMine Innovation Summit at Stanford University — and equally thrilled to…Read more »
We are nearing November and getting excited about meeting the ten 2013 Patient Voices Contest scholarship winners who’ll be joining us at our Summit at Stanford School of Medicine.
Today, we’re delighted to introduce 27-year-old Amy Tekrony from Canada, who’s been living with type 1 for more than 15 years now. And she wasn’t the only child with diabetes in their home — her younger brother Jonathan had been diagnosed about four years before her!…