Save the Date: JDRF nPOD 9th Annual Scientific Meeting

Back to the Beach in 2017!Harbor Beach

February 19-22, 2017
JDRF nPOD 9th Annual Scientific Meeting

Fort Lauderdale Marriott Harbor Beach Resort & Spa
3030 Holiday Drive, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316

More information will be announced soon.
We will once again use a master rooming list, so please do not contact the hotel.


Our scientists are not locatedin one lab,on one campus,or in one country…


We are united in one goal, to cure type 1 diabetes.


One Life
One Gift
One Hope

diabetesMarthanPOD Insulitis Case 6243 Featured on Cover of Diabetes

Research led by Dr. Martha Campbell-Thompson was featured on the cover of the March 2016 issue of Diabetes. Insulitis in a 13-year-old organ donor with type 1 diabetes for 5 years (nPOD 6243). Immune cell phenotypes in insulitic islets were determined by multi-immunofluoresence. An insulitic islet is shown with a lymphocytic infiltrate consisting of both CD3+ T cells (pink) and CD20+ B cells (green). α-Cells are detected with antiglucagon antibodies (yellow).


Upcoming Webinar:laura
Venue for Highlighting Unique nPOD Cases:
Clinical Images in Diabetes

Laura Jacobsen, MD
University of Florida

DATE: Tuesday, July 26th, 2016
TIME: 12:00PM (EST) – 1:00PM (EST)

Read more about this and past webinars here.


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May Investigator Spotlight:

Lars Krogvold, MD

Dr. Lars Krogvold is a researcher at Oslo University Hospital. He works with nPOD Investigator, Dr. Knut Dahl-Jorgensen.

Read more.

The JDRF nPOD Investigators Who Seek the Cure for T1D
Each month, we highlight one of nPOD’s Investigators who are working for a cure. Check out all of our Investigator Spotlights to learn more about our Investigators, their lives, and their research.

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