John Brooks III is CEO of the legendary Joslin Diabetes Center in Boston. He’s unique as the leader of an academic medical center, in that he has a strong background in industry — having previously co-founded Insulet (makers of the OmniPod) and two other life sciences companies. We interviewed him in Spring about his ambitious plans to spread Joslin’s expertise across the country and around the world. It’s all about utilizing tech innovations 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 »
Those of you who read our weekly Ask D’Mine column know what a skeptic Wil Dubois is. We can’t help loving him for it! He’s also one of our devoted editorial team members, so keep that all in mind as you read his take on the 2013 DiabetesMine Innovation Summit that he too attended in Palo Alto, CA, on Nov. 15.
A female pal of mine once told me she’s on an eternal quest for…Read more »
On Friday, Nov. 15, we gathered with about 120 people at Stanford School of Medicine for the 2013 DiabetesMine Innovation Summit — a small-ish gathering designed to spark interactions and discussions that lead to faster, better development and design, and improved access to innovations that will improve life with diabetes. That was a long-winded way of saying: it’s all about new and better ways to improve life with diabetes.
This is the third annual gathering…
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…