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 »
John Sjolund is the CEO and co-founder of Timesulin, a company that makes a clever digital insulin pen cap that keeps track of your dosing. You may have heard about their launch in Canada on Oct. 1 and Finland in mid-November, but we’re still awaiting word on the timeline for a U.S. launch… Meanwhile, as head of this company and also a person living with type 1 diabetes for over a quarter-century, John is uniquely…Read more »
A boatload of preparation went into the 2013 DiabetesMine Innovation Summit — not least was compiling the sentiments from our 10 Patient Voices Winners into a brand new video expressing “What Patients Really Want.”
Remember, the three questions we asked you all to consider this year were:
What improved health outcomes in diabetes matter most to you and why?
How do you want diabetes technology to fit into your daily life?
What are your biggest…
Today we’re at Stanford School of Medicine conducting the 2013 DiabetesMine™ Innovation Summit – a gathering of key stakeholders in which patients act as catalysts for change.
We’re excited to share with you all the results of our patient-views-on-diabetes-tech survey, being unveiled at the Summit today. Here’s the scoop:
The DiabetesMine™ 2013 Patient Voices Survey has found that according to patients, the factors that would most improve their quality of life are not being sufficiently…
Like the rest of the D-community, we’ve been dreaming for a long time about a hands-free way to observe what’s happening with our blood sugars — either non-invasively, without having to even prick our skin, or at least with some kind of “smart watch” viewer that allows us to see our BG levels with just a flick of the wrist.
But from the untimely death of the early GlucoWatch and Glucoband to the unclear possibilities…