The study is being conducted in collaboration with the Leadership Sinai Centre for Diabetes at Mount Sinai Hospital and the University Health Network in association with the Joslin Diabetes Center at Harvard Medical School. Funding provided by the JDRF.
Located in the heart of the discovery district in Toronto, Mount Sinai Hospital is a state-of-the-art, 472-bed patient care, teaching, and research hospital. The hospital focuses on three broad organizational goals: patient and family-centred care; increasing their role as an academic health sciences centre and teaching hospital fully affiliated with the University of Toronto; and enhancing their community health partnerships.
For more information visit: www.mountsinai.on.ca
The University Health Network (UHN) is a major landmark in Canada’s healthcare system and a teaching hospital of the University of Toronto. Spanning across all major disciplines, the UHN is made up of the Toronto General Hospital, Toronto Western Hospital, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, and Toronto Rehab. Their mission involves exemplary patient care, research, and education and their vision is to achieve global impact.
For more information visit: www.uhn.ca
The Joslin Diabetes Center is a teaching and research affiliate of Harvard Medical School at Harvard University. They are a one-of-a-kind institution on the front lines of the world epidemic of diabetes and are leading the battle to conquer diabetes in all of its forms through cutting-edge research and innovative approaches to clinical care and education. Their vision is a world free of diabetes and its complications and their mission is to prevent, treat, and cure diabetes.
For more information visit: www.joslin.org
The JDRF, formerly known as the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, is a global leader in the search for an end to type 1 diabetes through research funding and advocacy. They are committed to improving the lives of every person with type 1 diabetes and to curing the disease. The JDRF supports research projects in three basic areas: Cure, Treat, Prevent.
For more information visit: www.jdrf.ca