Find a Clinical Trial Near You

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Type 1 diabetes (T1D) clinical trials and surveys vary in many aspects but all have one thing in common – the goal to drive better health outcomes for people living with T1D.

There are clinical trials and surveys happening right in your back yard that drive critical T1D research forward! Check out some T1D clinical trials happening in Kansas & Missouri or share your feedback through a research survey below.

Rise Therapeutics R-5280 Clinical Study – Kansas City, MO

Do you have a child living with type 1 diabetes? Rise Therapeutics is actively enrolling newly diagnosed children between the ages of 11-17 into its R-5280 clinical study. This study is looking for children ages 11-17 who have been newly diagnosed with type 1 diabetes within the last 2 years and have a BMI <85%.

For more information, please visit

University of Kansas Medical Center – Kansas Young Adults Study

The University of Kansas Medical Center is conducting a study to understand the experience of young adults who were diagnosed with type 1 diabetes (T1D) who live in rural areas of Kansas. This study is for young adults (18-26).

Learn more and register today at The survey code is KXRWW9EXM.

Children’s Mercy MyCare App – Kansas City, MO

Are you or your child a Children’s Mercy Patient and interested in testing out a NEW app for diabetes? Be part of the MyCare App study at Children’s Mercy! You are eligible if:

  • You/your child has type 1 or type 2 diabetes
  • You/your child takes short and long-acting insulin or on an insulin pump
  • Your primary language is English
  • You must be 18 years or older to complete this form or have a parent complete it with you

If you are interested in completing a screening survey for the study, use survey link here. Once you have completed the screening and you are eligible, you will receive a participation code via email to access the MyCare app.

Are you interested in participating in or learning more about clinical trials and studies in the Kansas and Missouri area? Please reach out to our Chapter Clinical Trial Volunteers, Brandee Faille ( and Mark Cagwin ( You can also learn more at