CDC’s Division of Diabetes Translation (DDT) conducts and supports studies, often in collaboration with partners, to develop and apply sound science to reduce the burden of diabetes and to address the public health research needs of DDT programs and the diabetes community.
LAST UPDATE: 02/02/2021
The next IDF Congress will take place in Bangkok, Thailand on 6-9 December 2021.
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The IDF Congress 2021 will offer the best of both worlds to the global diabetes community. We will gather in Bangkok and on the IDF Congress virtual platform to exchange knowledge, chat with experts and peers and present the latest findings and scientific work. A fully digital poster area, live streamed sessions, live Questions and Answers for our onsite and online delegates and an exciting exhibition space will take the IDF Congress to the next level, keeping everyone engaged and connected.
More details on the format of the IDF Congress 2021 will be published here as they are made available.
The PLAID Journal is an open access, peer-reviewed interdisciplinary research journal that includes research and perspectives that encourage dialogue between healthcare professionals and people living with diabetes.This online journal aims to gain from the insights of individuals, families, friends, colleagues, advocates, healthcare professionals, and researchers who work to raise awareness of and create solutions to the complexities of living with diabetes. The PLAID Journal is published by the Charlotte Edwards Maguire Medical Library, Florida State University College of Medicine.