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We are an interactive digital platform for scientists who study type 1 diabetes (T1D). We provide curated content, events, and opportunities specifically focused around T1D.

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BUILT WITH dkNET TOOLS: Reckoning the Dearth of Bioinformatics in the Arena of Diabetic Nephropathy (DN)—Need to Improvise, Oh etal, MDPI, July 2020
Weigh in on our paper of the week @ journal club forum

Stay up to date on the newest and most popular t1d related papers

ask the expert
Jonathan Weissman PhD, MIT, MAY 12 @ 1pm PDT

Genome-wide Programmable Transcriptional Memory by CRISPR-based Epigenome Editing

the sugar science presents

State Of The Science

A series of 8 conversations led by
Douglas Melton PhD and
Mark Atkinson PhD

Inaugural event May 20, 8-9 am PDT

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the D-PRIZE

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1.4

MILLION

adults
with T1D

187

THOUSAND

children and adolescents
with T1D under the age of 20

700

MILLION

T1D adults by 2045

$16

BILLION

spent in T1D related
healthcare costs

“The time for scientists working alone is over, collaboration is key”

Ekaterine Bershivili MD, PhD

Senior Scientist at University of Geneva

“theSugarScience is doing an awesome job by bridging the gap in a very diverse community of scientists working to better treat/look for a cure for people with type 1 diabetes and by curating valuable content for researchers in the field. Such a valuable tool for us!”.

José García-Tirado, Phd

University of Virginia Center for Diabetes Technology

“The ideas that you are discussing as part of The Sugar Science are excellent.”

Matthias Hebrok, PhD

University of California San Francisco

“I am a strong supporter of thesugarscience.”

Douglas Melton, PhD

Harvard University

Fantastic Idea!

Mark Atkinson, PhD

University of Florida

A concept like The Sugar Science will be welcomed.

Jeff Bluestone, PhD

University of California San Francisco