A multi-disciplinary lab dedicated to increasing equity by decreasing disparities in diabetes.
You may qualify if you are over 18 years of age, have been diagnosed with type 1 diabetes and use multiple daily injections to manage your diabetes. Recruiting now!
People diagnosed with type 2 diabetes within the past 12 months may be eligible to participate in this study! Participants will receive an empowerment intervention that helps them understand how to help prevent blood sugars rising after meals with the goal of delaying the progression of type 2 diabetes. Recruiting soon!
People with prediabetes may be eligible to participate in this empowerment intervention combined with a CGM (continuous glucose monitor) and FitBit to study whether this helps prevent progression of prediabetes to type 2 diabetes. Recruiting now!
Adapting and assessing the feasibility of a diabetes self-management education and support telehealth intervention for rural populations to reduce disparities in diabetes care
Analyzing Caregiver Blog Use in Type 1 Diabetes: An Exploratory Qualitative Study
Analyzing Patient Blog Use and Provider Perceptions to Identify Barriers and Facilitators to Type 1 Diabetes Self-Management: An Exploratory Mixed-Methods Study
Assessing Barriers, Facilitators, and Awareness of Continuous Glucose Monitors in Primary Care
Exploring Barriers and Facilitators to Exercise in Adults with Type 1 Diabetes
Raising a Child with Type 1 Diabetes and Autism: a Qualitative Thematic Analysis
The Underground Trading of Insulin: Is it Saving or Harming?
Using a Mixed-Methods Needs Assessment to Develop a Nutrition Intervention Delivered Through Local Grocery Stores for Families With a Child Newly Diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes
Comparing Safety and Efficacy of a Closed-Loop Bionic Pancreas System when Deployed by Community-Based Primary Care Physicians Versus Academic Endocrinologists
The Underground Trading of Insulin
The use of Libre to educate, motivate, and activate adults with newly diagnosed type 2 diabetes to improve metabolic control and reduce their reliance on medication
Understanding patient and health care provider perceptions of barriers and facilitators to achieving diabetes care in immigrant and refugee populations
Use of Automated Insulin Delivery System in Primary Care