ATTD 2019, Berlin - Scientific Program

Scientific Program

While we are planning an exciting scientific program for ATTD 2019 have a look at the Speakers with their topics:

Katharine Barnard (UK)

  • Evaluation of Patient-Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs).
  • Psychosocial Aspects & Diabetes Technology- Head to Head or Hand in Hand?

Roy Beck (USA)

Time in Range as an outcome in clinical trials

Philip Bourne (USA)

The five pillars of health data science – An introduction

Jessica Castel (USA)

Stable Glucagon

Pratik Choudhary (UK)

  • Impact of hypoglycaemia on cognitive function
  • Future of Islet transplantation, latest outcomes and who should be referred

Marcello Ciaccio (Italy)

Glycated Albumin: From Biochemistry to clinical applications

Eyal Dassau (USA)

  • Closed-Loop Systems – where are we now?
  • Adaptive Automated Control of Diabetes – the Ultimate Personalized Diabetes Treatment

Martin De Bock (New Zealand)

Diabetes Technologies in pediatrics: ISPAD guideline update and the future – Continuous Glucose Monitoring

Hans DeVries (The Netherlands)

CGM for hypoglycaemia-prone patients

Satish Garg (USA)

Emerging role of Adjunctive Therapies for T1D

Michal Gillon (Israel)

Complementary sensors technologies for food consumption monitoring

Lutz Heinemann (Germany)

Integrated Personalized Diabetes Management: Results of the Pro Value Studies

Simon Heller (UK)

Exploring and explaining the rational for a new and extending classification of hypoglycemia in an era of CGM

Pau Herrero (UK)

A better care for diabetes

Korey Hood (USA)

Preventing poor psychological and glycemic outcomes in teens with type 1 diabetes

Neal Kaufman (USA)

Evidence-based behavior change intervention

David Klonoff (USA)

Rapid Acting Insulin in CSII

Boris Kovatchev (USA)

  • Building a virtual image of patient – the VIP approach to precision medicine for diabetes
  • Decision support system for patients with diabetes: concept, goals and feasibility

Aaron Kowalski (USA)

Interoperable and Do-It-Yourself systems

Lori Laffel (USA)

Debate on: What is more important - Structured Education of Diabetes Technology (Closed-loop)
Lori Laffel - Structured education

Dana Lewis (USA)

Do-It-Yourself in Diabetes

Laurel Messer (USA)

The importance of education in Closed-loop

Mark Palmert (Canada)

A Mobile App for the Self-Management of Type 1 Diabetes Among Adolescents: A Randomized Controlled Trial

Susana Patton (USA)

Adherence to Insulin Pump Behaviors in Young Children With Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus: Opportunities for Intervention

John Pickup (UK)

values vs. affordability of diabetes technology

Gérard Reach (France)

Decisions in the psychology of glucose monitoring

Andrea Scaramuzza (Italy)

  • Education in Predictive Low Glucose Management (PLGM)
  • Efficacy of an app to count carbs to limit the post-meal glucose rise in children with type 1 diabetes

Desmond Schatz (USA)

Novel Biomarkers identified by international prevention-studies

Jay Skyler (USA)

Beta cell replacement 2019 and beyond

Stuart Weinzimer (USA)

Brain and cognitive consequences of type 1 diabetes – the DirecNet Project

Lorena Wright (USA)

Novel Diabetes Biomarkers: An Update of 1,5 AG and Glycated Albumin for the Clinician


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