Category: CDT News & Articles

Dr. Kent Visits Center for Diabetes Technology

The Center for Diabetes Technology (CDT) welcomed Dr. K. Craig Kent, Chief Executive Officer of UVA Health and Executive Vice President of Health Affairs, to tour the Center on September 28, 2021.  Dr. Kent met…

Dr. Boris Kovatchev Named to National Academy of Inventors

Dr. Boris Kovatchev, the founding director of the Center for Diabetes Technology, was one of two UVA scientists named to National Academy of Inventors this year. Learn more in this…

CDT Research Featured in UVA Year in Review 2019-2020

Last year the center developed artificial pancreas technology that was approved by the FDA in December 2019. This is a major breakthrough in diabetes technology and the center is thrilled…

Using Meal Detection Software to Further Advance Diabetes Technologies

The Center for Diabetes Technology is excited to be working with Klue to explore the use of meal-detection software for meal bolus reminders. In this article, CDT Associate Director, Marc…

New Research Presented at the American Diabetes Association Scientific Sessions

Dr. Sue Brown, CDT Endocrinologist and protocol chair of DCLP3, presented the study's results at the annual American Diabetes Association Scientific Sessions this past Sunday, June 9th. DCLP3, or the…

Launchpad Ignites Breakthroughs in Diabetes Research

  The University of Virginia is highlighting the impact that the LaunchPad for Diabetes Innovation Fund has had on diabetes research, leading to 34 projects on Grounds, a number of…

Diatribe – Tandem’s Hybrid Closed Loop Pivotal Study: Control-IQ and Dexcom G6

Check out this Diatribe article describing an on-going study, The International Diabetes Closed Loop (iDCL) Trial: Clinical Acceptance of the Artificial Pancreas, that the Center for Diabetes Technology is running…

Advancing Knowledge To Improve the Human Condition

The Center for Diabetes Technology was featured in a University of Virginia Health System report that focused on complex challenges facing medicine and the research that is being done to…

The Health Issue: Modern Miracles

Check out the C-ville Weekly article, "The Health Issue: Modern Miracles - In today's health care world, smartphones are more than just fun and games—they're life-saving devices", describing new technological advances from the University of…