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A prolonged infection by a common virus might sometimes trigger the immune system attack on the pancreas that ultimately leads to Type 1 diabetes. The finding from The Environmental Determinants of Diabetes in the Young, or TEDDY, study was recently published in the journal Nature Medicine by a team of scientists that includes a University of Florida Health researcher.
Meet, mingle and have flipping fun with other families living with type 1 diabetes! RSVP by 12/7 for this free event.
A group of UF researchers will use a new $3.3 million grant to evaluate safety, tolerability, and general response to the probiotic Lactobacillus johnsonii N6.2 in people with T1D. The scientists aim to determine if the probiotic has a positive impact on gastrointestinal health and general wellness for individuals with T1D.
Join us for a free and family-friendly health and wellness event at Depot Park on 11/17! Click the link to learn more about the event.
Join us in celebration of World Diabetes Day on the UF campus on 11/14! Click to learn about our scheduled events.
The UFDI director was awarded the 2019 Jacobæus Prize, one of the top international honors in the field of endocrinology & metabolism, for contributions to groundbreaking T1D research.
All for ONE is seeking two female UF students with T1D to serve as mentors for teenagers with T1D. Email Xanadu Roque at email@example.com for more information.
We are now accepting abstracts for our World Diabetes Day Poster Session on Nov. 14th from 9:30-11:00 am in the HPNP Reception Hall.