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To help get the word out about the Registry and the opportunities it offers to participate in research, members of the Registry team here at T1D Exchange traveled to a range of type 1 diabetes events, walks, and other gatherings.

In the spirit of resilience and bravery that they exhibit, here's a video of some of the kids we met telling us the one thing that they want people who don't have type 1 diabetes to know about the lifelong chronic condition.

Craig is Glu’s new content manager and community manager, and he comes to Glu via Insulin Nation. Here, he interviews himself, because why not? Interview:  Craig Idlebrook: Well this awkward. Whose idea was this? Craig Idlebrook: Yours? Ours? I’m confused. Maybe we should move on. Craig Idlebrook: Good idea. So what qualifies you to be […]

Hi everyone! I’m the newest member of the T1D Exchange team working on an exciting pilot project that aims to improve care in clinic for people with type 1 diabetes. I’m so excited to join this great organization and work with so many leaders in research, as well as highly respected Endocrinologists. I started here […]

My summer used to consist of 10 weeks at diabetes camp — theme days, cafeteria food, and 2 a.m. finger pricks galore. As I moved into the professional world, my summers still revolve around diabetes, but in a much different way. In just a few days, the Glu team takes off again for our third […]


Big thanks to all of our friends and colleagues who visited our booth or attended our talk on Citizen Scientists at Friends for Life in Orlando last week!  Dr. Henry, GluAnna and I were delighted to share our mission to advance research and improve outcomes for all who live with type 1 diabetes. If you […]

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We’re delighted to announce a new addition to our team! Dr. Henry Anhalt joined T1D Exchange as chief medical officer, and you’ll be hearing from him from time to time on Glu. As part of his new role with us, he’ll serve as a principal investigator and also be responsible for our long-term clinical priorities, […]

AmyB and family

Hello! It’s a pleasure to introduce myself to you as the newest member of the T1D Exchange team. My name is Amy Bevan, or GluMom, and I working on the Glu team here at T1D Exchange. I am very excited about this role, as it allows me to combine my personal experience with type 1 […]

Me nate and dad

It’s the end of the summer, and our amazing interns are headed back to school! Ben talks about the challenges of shifting from a summer to regular school routine, and then we followed up with his mom for her advice on helping teens transition to the school year. Most of the time, diabetes is handled […]

The Unwanted Wedding Guest

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Thanks to one of the places I’m registered at, I’m reminded that in a month, I’ll be walking down the aisle in something white. Yes, that’s right—GluAnna is getting married! I think what is most nerve-wracking to me the about my wedding day isn’t the all-eyes-on-me part, messing up whatever I’m supposed to say to […]