Seeking For People With Type 1 Diabetes
Looking for people with TYPE 1 DIABETES to help in developing an artificial pancreas
Investigators are conducting a research study in people with type 1 diabetes who use insulin pumps to understand how glucose, physical activity and insulin affect each other. This information will be used to help in developing an artificial pancreas.
* You may qualify for the study if you have type 1 diabetes and use an insulin pump and are between the ages of 18-40 years.
* The study will take place at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC)-College of Nursing for a period of three weeks and will include 6 visits.
* Subjects will visit the UIC-College of Nursing on six occasions and will:
- Complete surgeys
- Have blood sugar measured
- Wear 2 monitors that measure blood sugar continuously
- Wear an armband monitor that measures physical activity continuously
- Perform an exercise stress test
- Perform a test of muscle strength
- Participate in exercise sessions such as walking on a treadmill
- Wear 2 heart rate monitors continuously for the exercise test and sessions
Subjects will be reimbursed for time and travel. For further information about this study, please call: Laurie Quinn PhD, RN (312-996-7906; firstname.lastname@example.org), UIC-College of Nursing
Compensation: $200 parking fee
Compensation: $200 parking fees