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:: 13. August 2018

Do pancreatic beta cells facilitate their own destruction?

study led by R. Mallone has identified the molecules presented by pancreatic beta cells that mediate their abnormal recognition by the immune system and lead to their destruction in type 1 diabetes (T1D). These discoveries change...

:: 16. July 2018

We were on ADA TV!!

:: 02. July 2018

Job Opening: PhD position in type 1 diabetes research

Prof Chantal Mathieu s research team focuses on the pathogenesis of type 1 diabetes (T1D). Research areas of interest are in particular focusing on...

:: 02. July 2018

Frequent monitoring of c-peptide levels

INNODIA researchers from Cambridge have developed a method to monitor what happens to the ability of type 1 diabetes patients to produce their own insulin over time, at home. They asked 32 children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes to collect a drop of blood at home on a filter paper card, also called ‘dried blood spot’, every week, in the first year from diagnosis.

:: 02. July 2018

Full day meeting at King’s College in London

Last Tuesday, around 60 nurses, clinicians and researchers from 12 different European countries gathered for a full day meeting at King’s College, London, to discuss the progress on the INNODIA clinical study. Members of the communication team, representatives of JDRF and the Patient Advisory Committee also attended the meeting.

:: 13. June 2018

New biomarker for T1D?

T1D scientists have been trying for a long time to find ways to measure changes to the immune system in the blood that could tell us what is happening to the islets and beta cells in the pancreas...

:: 28. May 2018

We have reached a milestone!

We have reached a milestone! We have recruited 1000 patients with type 1 diabetes and family members to the INNODIA study!

:: 05. February 2018

We are not all type 1 diabetic, but we are all ‘auto-immune’!

In an article published on Feb, 2nd 2018 in Science Immunology, INNODIA Investigators report that the self-directed autoimmune T lymphocytes that engender the islet destruction of T1D circulate in all individuals, whether diabetic or not, but reach the pancreas only in T1D patients.

News 2017

:: 09. November 2017

New INNODIA publication

Discovery of a new tracer targeting pancreatic beta cells for non-invasive imaging of
human pancreatic endocrine cells

:: 17. October 2017

EDITORIAL OF THE PATIENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE

The members of the PAC have attended the INNODIA Year 2 meeting in Cambridge in September 2017...

:: 17. October 2017

Annual Meeting Cambridge

Almost 2 years after the official start of its 7-year project, INNODIA participants came together for their second annual meeting in Cambridge...

:: 21. September 2017

Substantial progress made

INNODIA publishes year 1 report

:: 14. February 2017

New video testimony for Innodia

New video testimony for Innodia initiative published by a 38 years T1D experienced person...

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"Ariyana Salek is a 10 year old – she developed Type 1 Diabetes (T1D) at the age of 6 years old. Her brother Arman (7 years old) and mother Tracey have volunteered to join INNODIA. The volunteers give a small amount of blood to see if they have the characteristic antibodies suggesting future risk for developing T1D".

:: 11. November 2016

IMI-supported INNODIA reaches crucial milestone

First patient enrolled in the INNODIA European sample collection effort

:: 11. November 2016

INNODIA videos published

Find out who drives INNODIA

:: 01. November 2016

INNODIA First Annual meeting Oct 10-12, 2016

Nine months after the INNODIA kick-off meeting participants gathered for the first Annual Meeting from Oct. 10.-12., 2016 in Leuven, Belgium...

:: 01. November 2016

INNODIA First Annual meeting Oct 10-12, 2016

Nine months after the INNODIA kick-off meeting participants gathered for the first Annual Meeting from Oct. 10.-12., 2016 in Leuven, Belgium...

Coordinator:
Prof. Chantal Mathieu, KU Leuven

:: 10. March 2016

INNODIA Kick-off meeting held in Frankfurt Jan 17th - 19th

More than 70 scientists have attended the INNODIA Kick-off meeting in Frankfurt/Main on Jan 17th – 19th representing the 33 INNODIA participants from academia, EFPIA and patient organizations...

:: 10. March 2016

INNODIA consortium launched on Nov. 1st 2015

INNODIA was launched on Nov 1st 2015 in response to the first call of the Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI) under IMI2 by an international consortium including...

:: 10. March 2016

INNODIA consortium launched on Nov. 1st 2015

INNODIA was launched on Nov 1st 2015 in response to the first call of the Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI) under IMI2 by an international consortium including...