JDRF @ ADA 73rd Scientific Sessions: Monday Summary

Welcome to our final daily summary of type 1 diabetes (T1D) research highlights from the ADA’s 73rd Scientific Sessions! Each night, we have been posting summaries of notable sessions and presentations. Below are two relevant sessions from Monday, June 24: From Mice to Men and Back in Diabetic Kidney Disease Diabetic kidney disease remains one of […]

JDRF @ ADA 73rd Scientific Sessions: Friday Summary

Welcome to our daily summary of type 1 diabetes (T1D) research highlights from the ADA’s 73rd Scientific Sessions!  Each night, we will be posting summaries of notable sessions and presentations.  Below are two relevant sessions from Friday, June 21.  Beta Cell Failure in Type 1 Diabetes – Cause or Consequences? The fact that T1D is a complicated […]

A Guide to JDRF’s Presence at the American Diabetes Association’s 73rd Scientific Sessions

JDRF-supported research is at the forefront of the American Diabetes Association’s (ADA) 73rd Scientific Sessions this year, June 21-24 in Chicago, with 13 oral presentations, 14 poster presentations, three symposium discussions, one scientific workshop, more than a dozen meetings with research partners, and 20 JDRF staff and senior leadership in attendance to represent scientific progress […]

Letter from Leadership: Peter Cleary

As we head into the holiday season and toward a new year, we are especially thankful for our friends and supporters around the world. As the stories in this issue of Countdown show, the type 1 diabetes (T1D) community has much to celebrate at year’s end. December also marks the halfway point of JDRF’s fiscal […]

Walk with Us! Every Step Brings JDRF Closer to a Cure

On average, it takes a person 2,000 steps to walk one mile. A classic JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes travels a little more than three miles. Now here’s math we love: with 900,000 participants in last year’s JDRF Walk program, our walkers took nearly six million steps toward helping JDRF fund research to cure, better […]

For Your Attention: The Special Diabetes Program

The Special Diabetes Program (SDP) of the National Institutes of Health was established in 1997. The SDP is a key component of the federal government’s commitment to type 1 diabetes (T1D) research. There are two parts of the program: the Special Diabetes Program for Type 1 Diabetes and the Special Diabetes Program for Indians. In the […]