Diabetes: from beta cells to bedsides

The BC Diabetes Research Network (BCDRN) is a collaborative network of academic faculty and trainees engaged in diabetes research across the province of British Columbia, Canada. Join our network today!

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The BC Diabetes Research Network was established in 2018 with a Grant for Catalyzing Research Clusters (GCRC). We are grateful to the UBC Vice President Research & Innovation and the Provost & Vice-President Academic who have enabled the formation and growth of interdisciplinary clusters of research excellence. The purpose of the Grants for Catalyzing Research Clusters is to support a network of researchers spanning multiple disciplines, departments, institutions to work closely together to solve key challenges facing society.

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Excited to announce @BCDiabResNet movie night! Come see Miracle, Baby – the inspirational story of @TBLightning player @conhockey19 living with #T1D. He will join for a video Q and A after the movie.
Proud to partner with @NovoNordiskCA
RSVP: https://t.co/RI9lDWINN4

This week, Dr. Tim Kieffer from @UBC talks about his stem cell technology and the clinical trial that is currently taking place in Canada to test its effectiveness in people with #T1D
#Diabetes360 #podcast https://t.co/0aZEQ8afXl

Excited this "-ve outcome" paper (finally) published. Monumental effort by Prof Norm Boule, student Jordan Rees and >20 collaborators across Canada at 7 institutions. Walking has no apparent impact on glucose control in T2D. Free full-text https://t.co/oRe5UHemaM @JonMcGavock