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Summer Camp Rejuvenation: Hitting the Reset Button

This summer I had the opportunity as a student pharmacist to attend a camp for youth with type 1 diabetes (T1D) and assist as a member of the medical staff. We spent the first few days setting up, going over camp procedures and policies, and preparing for arrival of the campers. This was my first time helping at such an event, and my expectations of how deeply the camp experience would impact the lives of the campers (and myself included!) were greatly exceeded.

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Grenye O’Malley 2018 Complete Interview

Grenye O’Malley, MD, graduated from NYU School of Medicine. She then completed residency in Internal Medicine at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. During residency, she developed an interest in diabetes management and was involved in research on glucose sensor use in patients with type 1 diabetes during pregnancy. She is now a graduating fellow at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai where she will be an Assistant Professor later this year. She is participating in multiple large clinical trials involving type 1 diabetes technologies, including a closed-loop artificial pancreas study, a first of its kind assessment of decision support algorithms for patients using multiple daily injections, and a study of continuous glucose monitoring in the elderly.

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Grenye O’Malley 2018 Transcript

In this Exclusive Interview transcript, Grenye O'Malley talks with Diabetes in Control Publisher Steve Freed during the AACE 2018 convention in Boston, MA about her prenatal diabetes research, the changes that happen for women with type 1 who are pregnant and using insulin pump therapy, and a large multiple trial for the artificial pancreas.

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