Artificial Pancreas research from the T1D team has been featured in Science Daily (and made the reddit frontpage)! See here for details on our latest work: implantable AP. Related Group Members
Frank’s lab will be moving to Harvard starting in August, click to see Frank’s Q&A in the Harvard Gazette.
The artificial pancreas is noted as a particularly important patent filed by the UCs: http://www.independent.com/news/2015/jun/21/ucs-best-rest-utility-patents/
Research from our own Eyal Dassau presented at the 2015 conference of the ADA was featured on Healio: http://www.healio.com/endocrinology/diabetes/news/online/%7B45a15cc6-2354-47ff-9716-fca2261a2ea4%7D/insulin-pump-settings-ideal-for-maintaining-glucose-levels-with-artificial-pancreas
Frank’s lab will be moving to Harvard starting in August! View the story in the Harvard Gazette here: http://news.harvard.edu/gazette/story/2015/05/a-new-dean-for-seas/
Our own Jason Shoemaker recently joined the faculty at the University of Pittsburgh’s Swanson School of Engineering. View the press release here: http://engineering.pitt.edu/News/2015/Systems-biology-specialist-Jason-Shoemaker-joins-Department-of-Chemical-and-Petroleum-Engineering/
NIH-funded research on a pediatric artificial pancreas could make sleepless nights and high anxiety a thing of the past for parents of children with Type 1 diabetes To view the complete story, view the press release. Also see the story from UCSB. Related Group Members
A news article in the Santa Barbara independent recently covered our progress on the article pancreas: http://www.independent.com/news/2015/jan/30/ucsb-research-edges-closer-artificial-pancreas/