The Harold Schnitzer Diabetes Health Center Research Department is committed to promoting and conducting excellent clinical research. Our goal is to enhance the quality of life of those living with or affected by diabetes.
Our efforts to find a cure for diabetes, and to improve life for people with this condition, are made possible by volunteers who participate in research studies. When you volunteer, you help us answer important questions about diabetes.
If you would like to be considered as a potential volunteer for our research studies, please call 503-494-4704, complete our Online Application Form for more information.
T1D: Dexcom CGM Exercise Study
We are studying exercise &the new Dexcom ContinuousGlucose Monitoring (CGM) system.
The purpose of this study is to test a new Dexcom CGM and to determine if weekly insulin dose changes by the study investigator will improve managing blood sugar in people living with type one diabetes and exercising.You will use a mobile app to track your physical activity and meal data while at home. Meal tracking will include before &after meal images. You also will be given short &long acting insulin pens. You will be compensated up to $500 for participating.
You may be eligible if you:
- Have type 1 diabetes
- Are between the ages of 18 to 50
- Are using multiple daily insulin injections
- Physically able to perform exercise for 30 minutes ofexercise
- Six visits to OHSU, each visit is 2.5 hours
- Study is for 28 days, you'll wear a Dexcom G5,Dexcom G6 and a Fitbit Watch
- Exercise and you'll receive an insulin pen to track data
Evaluating the dynamics of insulin and non-insulin mediated effects on glucose during aerobic exercise in subjects with type 1 diabetesCurrently recruiting patients for this study? Yes
Study started on: 6/16/2017
Principal Investigators: Joseph El Youssef, MD MCR and Peter Jacobs PhD
Co-Investigators: Jessica Castle, MD
Kathy Hanavan RN MSN ANP-BC
Leah Wilson MD
You may qualify to participate if you:
- Between ages 18 and 45
- Diagnosed with type 1 diabetes for at least 1 year
- Physically able to perform exercise for 45 minutes
- Have a hemoglobin A1c less than 10%
- 2-hour screening visit
- 10-hour study visits with 45 minutes of aerobic exercise during each visit
- 3 short follow-up phone calls after each study visit
Is compensation provided?$150 for each of three visits for a maximum of $450.
To learn more about participating in this study contact: Debbie Branigan email@example.com or call 503-494-4739.