Research on Open Source Diabetes Technology
The “OPEN” project brings together an international and intersectoral consortium of patient innovators, clinicians, social scientists, computer scientists and patient advocacy organizations in order to investigate various aspects of Do-it-Yourself Artificial Pancreas Systems (DIY APS) that are used by an increasing number of people with diabetes.
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OPEN published their 2nd scientific paper:
Evidence on User-Led Innovation in Diabetes Technology (The OPEN Project): Protocol for a Mixed Method Study
Professor in Paediatrics and head of the department.
Medical Doctor and post-doctoral researcher, focussing on the digital transformation of diabetes care.
Founder of OpenAPS and principal investigator of related research projects
Global health researcher and has experience with MSF Canada’s program unit.
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A collaborative research cooperation of
This project has received funding from the European Commission's Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Action Research and Innovation Staff Exchange (RISE) grant agreement number 823902.