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GluCog - Glycemic Variability and Fluctuations in Cognitive Status in Adults with Type 1 Diabetes

GluCog - Glycemic Variability and Fluctuations in Cognitive Status in Adults with Type 1 Diabetes

Associated Conditions

Diabetes, Type 1

Principal Investigator

Sponsor

JAEB CENTER FOR HEALTH RESEARCH

To better understand the impact of glycemic excursions (high blood sugar or low blood sugar) on cognition in adults with type 1 diabetes.

To be enrolled in this study, you must meet certain requirements. You may be eligible to participate if you meet the following criteria:

Study Commitment: 1 month

Age: 25+ years old

Sex: Male & Female

Conditions/Eligibility:

  • Clinical diagnosis of insulin dependent presumed autoimmune type 1 diabetes for at least 1 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 continuous glucose monitoring
  • Able to complete questionnaire assessments between 9am – 9pm through the study period

Study Procedures:

  • Medical history and medication review
  • Vital signs
  • Fingersticks or 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.


Interested in Participating?

Please call (407) 303-7193 or fill out the Contact Form below for more information.