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Diabetes, Hormones & Metabolism (Endocrinology)

SEAD Research

Current Clinical Research Opportunities:

CHAT-T1D: Challenge in Healthcare for Adults Transitioning care with Type 1 Diabetes

CHAT-T1D will use one-on-one qualitative phone or in-person interviews to explore care needs and challenges specific to young adults with Type 1 Diabetes and solicit suggestions for solutions for innovative clinical interventions.

Eligibility: Age 18-25 years, Type 1 diabetes (not on steroids, no transplant in past, not pregnant)

Contact Alyssa Jang at alyssa.jang@einstein.yu.edu


The Type 2 Young Adult Talk Study

The Talk study will use one-on-one qualitative phone or in-person interviews to explore issues related to being a young adult with Type 2 diabetes.

Eligibility: Age 18-25 years, Type 2 diabetes (not on steroids, no transplant in past, not pregnant)

Contact Maham Qureshi at mqureshi@montefiore.org for potential eligible participants or questions.

Contact Information:
Fleischer Institute for Diabetes and Metabolism
1180 Morris Park Avenue, 2nd Floor
The Bronx, New York 10461
T: 844-556-6683 X 32