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GluCog: Glycemic Variability and Fluctuations in Cognitive Status in Adults with Type I Diabetes

GluCog: Glycemic Variability and Fluctuations in Cognitive Status in Adults with Type I Diabetes

Associated Conditions

Diabetes-Mechanisms

Principal Investigator

Sponsor

JAEB Center for Health Research

The purposes of this study is to understand how thinking, emotions, and blood glucose fluctuate over hours and days in people with type I diabetes.
Study Commitment: 1 Month
Aged ≥ 18 years
Sex: Male and Female
Conditions/Eligibility:
Clinical diagnosis of insulin dependent presumed autoimmune type 1 for at least one year
Fluent in English (capable of consenting to the study and following task instructions in English)
Has 24-hour access to a smart phone with reliable internet access
Able to complete cognitive assessments
No clinical diagnosis of dementia
No current use of real-time glucose monitoring
Able to complete questionnaire assessments between 9am - 9pm through the study period
Study Procedures:
Medical history and medication review
Vital signs
Fingerstick and blood draws
Cognitive questionnaire assessments
3 short questionnaires per day during enrollment
Wear a blinded continuous glucose monitor for 20 days
Compensation: Up to $135

This study is currently enrolling.