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The Australasian Diabetes Data Network (ADDN) appoints a new Medical Director

JDRF is pleased to announce the appointment of Prof Maria Craig in a new role as Medical Director of the Australasian Diabetes Data Network (ADDN). Prof Craig has a wealth…

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The Research Pathway: Turning an Idea Into a T1D Breakthrough

You may have heard that getting a new T1D treatment or device to market can take around 12 to 15 years. This is because there’s a huge amount of work…

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How Does a Clinical Trial Work?

Clinical trials are an essential part of T1D research. Before any new intervention – whether it’s a drug, device, or test – can be made available to the public, researchers…

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T1D Research Roundup: August 2020

Every month, we round up the most exciting T1D research stories from around the world – the new advances in treatment, devices and knowledge that are making the biggest impact…

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New Government Funding for Diabetes Research Announced

This week the federal government has announced $47m in funding over the next four years to accelerate research into preventing, diagnosing and treating Heart Disease and Diabetes. The funding will…

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T1D Research Roundup: 5 Biggest Research Advances From This Year’s ADA Meeting

This year, the American Diabetes Association (ADA) Scientific Sessions went virtual – over six days, researchers presented some of the biggest T1D research advances, with the sessions taking place entirely…

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Talking T1D Research with Dr Sybil McAuley

Dr Sybil McAuley is an Endocrinologist and Senior Research Fellow at St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne and the University of Melbourne. She received her first JDRF award in 2013 for her…

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Comment on Emerging COVID-19/T1D Research

You may have seen media coverage today based on research in England that looks at the relationship between COVID-19 and both type 1 and type 2 diabetes. JDRF Australia has…

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A Researcher’s Life in Lockdown: Q&A with Dr Kirstine Bell

Dr Kirstine Bell is a Credentialled Diabetes Educator, dietitian and researcher who runs a type 1 diabetes research program at the Charles Perkins Centre at the University of Sydney. Earlier…

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T1D Research Roundup: May 2020

Every month, we round up the most exciting T1D research stories from around the world – the new advances in treatment, devices and knowledge that are making the biggest impact…

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