Scientific Topics

Over four days, ISPAD 2014 will feature the latest results and insights from diabetes research, with an emphasis on diversity in diabetes.


Challenges and Opportunities in Diabetes Care Are Diabetes Technologies/Advances Improving Outcomes: sensors, pumps, new insulin analogue
Clinical effectiveness of interventions, prevention/
cure of diabetes
Diversity in Diabetes Care: social determinants of health, experiences from around the world
Lessons from high incident T1DM countries Asymptomatic Celiac Disease and T1DM: To treat or not to treat?
The Economics of Diabetes: Global differences Approaches for Teens Struggling with Diabetes – harm reduction vs gold standard recommendations?
We are what we eat: the politics of food, global differences
in food practices and diabetes education
Exercise and Diabetes; Developmental origins of health and disease and the impact of diabetes and stress on the offspring
The Microbiome and Diabetes Updates on the big RCTs (TrialNet, TRIGR, AdDIT, TODAY); Is Diabetes a Trauma? Diversity in Human Reactions to Diabetes Diagnosis and Ongoing Management
Early Diabetes Nephropathy: urinary proteomics, puberty and nephropathy