JDRF Research Spotlight 2019

May 14, 2019, Minneapolis, MN
6:30 pm

Speakers

Venue

McNamara Alumni Center

The McNamara Alumni Center is connected via tunnel to the University Avenue and Washington Avenue parking ramps. Parking fees apply. The Green Line and Metro Transit Bus stations are also nearby. Please visit https://mac-events.org/directions/index.html for more info.

University Avenue Ramp: 1926 University Ave. SE, Mpls. 55455

Washington Avenue Ramp: 501 Washington Ave. SE, Mpls. 55455

200 Southeast Oak Street
Minneapolis, MN 55414
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Research Keynote

Dr. Sanjoy Dutta, JDRF Associate Vice President of Research & International Partnerships, will share exciting insights into the latest type 1 diabetes research advancements, including beta cell encapsulation, closed loop systems and immunotherapy. There will be time for Q&A with Dr. Dutta.

Motivational Message

Rob Howe has been living with T1D for 14 years, and founded Diabetics Doing Things in an effort to raise awareness for the amazing things that people with T1D are doing around the world. Rob will share an inspirational message of what he calls the T1D Renaissance and why this is the best time to be living with T1D.

FREE to attend. Questions? Contact Kristin Jahnke at kjahnke@jdrf.org or 952-851-0770.

Event Contact

Kristin Jahnke
952-851-0770 | kjahnke@jdrf.org

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