Research Trials

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This resource on Type 1 Diabetes Research was created in partnership with JDRF through the JDRF – Beyond Type 1 Alliance.

Editor’s Note 3/25/2020: Some trials have paused recruiting as a result of the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. This page will be updated as more information becomes available. 


 

All About Clinical Trials


The most publicly understood form of clinical research is the clinical trial, where “patients volunteer to participate in studies to test the efficacy and safety of new medical interventions.” These trials are intended to answer specific questions about the efficacy, or effectiveness, and safety of new or preexisting treatments, which could be drugs or devices.READ MORE

The Different Stages in Clinical Trials


Ever wonder how treatments become available? Have you heard about “phases” of development and FDA approval? Here’s a primer on how treatments get to those who can benefit from them.READ MORE

Meet The Researchers

A Deeper Look at Immunotherapy Research with Jessica Dunne


Jessica Dunne is a Senior Director of Research at JDRF, focusing on prevention of Type 1 diabetes. Recently she spoke with Beyond Type 1 about what it means to prevent T1D, the importance of population screening, exciting trials currently underway and more.READ MORE

A Deeper Look at Beta Cell Research with Frank Martin


Frank Martin is a Director of Research at JDRF, focusing on beta cell therapy. Recently he spoke with Beyond Type 1 about JDRF’s mission to cure T1D, some of the current obstacles of beta cell transplants, exciting trials currently underway and more.READ MORE

Trials We’re Following Closely

Find a Type 1 Trial Near You