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CLUB HOUSE March 5 from 2-3pm PT

Meet up for women scientists who study T1D

Pregnancy induces pancreatic insulin secretion in women with long-standing type 1 diabetes, Magnusson etal
Weigh in on our paper of the week @ journal club forum

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

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Episode 48

Teresa Rodriguez-Calvo, DVM, PhD
Junior Group Leader in the Type 1
Diabetes Pathology Research Unit at
the Institute of Diabetes Research,
Helmholtz Zentrum Munich

Teresa Rodriguez-Calvo joins us to discuss her type 1 diabetes
research at the International Helmholtz Research School for Diabetes.

off the record #4
February 25 from 9-10am PT

Does Impaired Autophagy Lead to Senescence in beta cells?

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Episode 52

Scott Soleimanpour, MD
Associate Professor Director
of the Michigan Medicine
Diabetes Transition Program

Dr. Soleimanpour provides details about a
recent publication, Mitophagy protects β
cells from inflammatory damage in diabetes.

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