Register Now! JDRF nPOD 9th Annual Scientific Meeting

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February 19-22, 2017
JDRF nPOD 9th Annual Scientific Meeting
Fort Lauderdale Marriott Harbor Beach Resort & Spa

The deadline for registration is Friday, January 27, 2017. Details can be found here. We will once again use a master rooming list, so please do not contact the hotel. See the list of confirmed speakers here.

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS!Please use this template to prepare abstracts and email them to Amanda Myers at amandajmyers@ufl.edu.
Deadline for abstract submission is October 14th, 2016.

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Invitation to Submit Reviews of nPOD Cases in “Clinical Images” in Diabetes Care

In their July 2016 issue, Diabetes Care introduced a new manuscript category called “Clinical Images in Diabetes”. We are honored that the first article in the “Clinical Images in Diabetes” series features a review of nPOD case #6196, as written by our own Dr. Laura Jacobsen: “Presumptive Type 1 Diabetes With Comorbidities and Rapid Progression Despite Numerous Insulin-Positive Islets”. We invite all nPOD Investigators to submit articles highlighting nPOD cases to the “Clinical Images” series in Diabetes Care.

Click here to read more about this exciting new opportunity, and to see which nPOD cases are already under review or have been published in “Clinical Images in Diabetes”.

Upcoming Webinar:
Maximizing Your nPOD Sample Request:
Using Online Pathology and DataShare to Select the Right Case for Your Study

Maria Beery, MS & Irina Kusmartseva, PhD
nPOD Organ Processing and Pathology Core

DATE: Wednesday, November 30th, 2016
TIME: 12:00PM (EST) – 1:00PM (EST)

Read more about this and past webinars here.

 

From left, Megan DeNicola, Sally Kent, Jenny Aurielle Babon and David Harlan. Photo by UMass Medical School.

UMMS  Researchers Isolate Immune Cells From the Islets of Donors with Type 1 Diabetes

As recently published in Nature Medicine, nPOD Investigators at UMMS have developed the first large bank of islet-infiltrating T cells isolated from the islets of human donors with T1D. Their findings have direct implications for the design of therapies and preventative strategies for those with T1D and those at-risk for developing it. This work is the result of a collaborative effort made by many Investigators around the world, including those in nPOD’s Autoimmunity Working Group. Congratulations to all involved on this significant achievement!

Read more here.

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