Diabetes Technology Meeting

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Thursday, November 14, 2019

Workshop A: Continuous Glucose Monitoring

Panel 1: Technical

8:00

Moderators

Naomi Schwartz, PhD
United States Food and Drug Administration, Silver Spring, Maryland

Koji Sode, PhD
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, North Carolina

8:05

Technology to Improve Performance

Peter Simpson, MS
Dexcom, San Diego, California

8:20

Technology to Improve Performance

Robert Mucic, PhD
Medtronic Diabetes, Northridge, California

8:35

Technology to Improve Performance

Yanan Zhang, PhD
Zhejiang POCTech Co., Ltd., Huzhou, China

8:50

A Novel Implanted Osmotic Glucose Sensor

Andreas Pfützner, MD, PhD
Pfützner Science and Health Institute, Mainz, Germany

9:05

Technology to Improve Performance

Alex Ghesquiere, BS
Senseonics, Germantown, Maryland

9:20

Q & A

9:35

Break

Panel 2: Interstitial Fluid

9:55

Moderators

Jeff Labelle, PhD
Grand Canyon University, Phoenix, Arizona

Dorian Liepmann, PhD
University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, California

10:00

Interstitial Fluid Physiology

Sanjiv Sharma, PhD
American Diabetes Association, Arlington, Virginia

10:15

Limitations of Current Transdermal CGM Devices from a Tissue Perspective

Ulrike Klueh, PhD
Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan

10:30

Sampling Interstitial Fluid from Skin Using a Microneedle Patch

Mark Prausnitz, PhD
Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia

10:45

Harvesting and Assaying ISF Using Microneedles

Philip Mach, PhD, MRSC
US Army, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland

11:00

Q & A

11:30

End of workshop/Lunch

Workshop B: Diabetic Complications: Success and Failure

Panel 1: Success with Foot Ulcers

8:00

Moderators

Robert Burk, MD
Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, New York

Jerry Sydorak, MD
Campus Sugery Center, Burlingame, CA

8:05

NIH Programs for Diabetes Foot Wound Technology

Teresa Jones, PhD
National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland

8:20

Will Smart Technologies Make Our Treatment Smarter? – The Promise and barriers of digital health to manage diabetic foot complications

Bijan Najafi, PhD
Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas

8:35

Smart Shoes and DFU Prevention

Davide Vigano, MBA
Sensoria Inc., Redmond, Washington

8:50

Smart Mat Platform and Prevention of DFU

Jon Bloom, MD
Podimetrics, Cambridge, Massachusetts

9:05

Q & A

9:35

Break

Panel 2: Overcoming Barriers

9:55

Moderators

Stacey Anderson, MD, CDTC
University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia

Ilias Spanakis, MD
University of Maryland, Baltimore, Maryland

10:00

Hypoglycemia Alarms

Bruce Buckingham, MD
Stanford University, Palo Alto, California

10:15

Insulin Pump Occlusion

Guido Freckmann, MD
Institute for Diabetes Technology GmBH, Ulm, Germany

10:30

Modeling CGM or AP Failure

Eyal Dassau, PhD
Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts

10:45

Local Temperature Control of Insulin Absorption

Gabriel Bitton, PhD, MS
InsuLine Medical Ltd, Petah Tikva, Israel

11:00

Q & A

11:30

End of workshop/Lunch

Workshop C: Digital Health

Panel 1: Insulin Dosing

12:30

Moderators

Rosemarie Oshinsky, RN, CDE
Sibley Memorial Hospital, Bethesda, Maryland

Kayo Waki, MD, PhD, MPH
University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan

12:35

Potential Benefits of Smart Insulin Pens

David Kerr, MD
Sansum Diabetes Research Institute, Santa Barbara, California

12:55

Insulin optimization using decision support systems for healthcare providers

Moshe Phillip, MD
Schneider Children's Medical Center, Petah Tikva, Israel

13:15

Insulin Pen Technology

Anders Toft, MD, PhD, eMBA
Novo Nordisk, Copenhagen, Denmark

13:35

Insulin Dosing Metrics

Jennal Johnson, FNP, MS
Eli Lilly, Indianapolis, Indiana

13:55

Q & A

14:05

Break

Panel 2: Lifestyle

14:25

Moderators

David Kerr, MD
Sansum Diabetes Research Institute, Santa Barbara, California

Andrzej Kropwnicki
Alfa Communications, Warsaw, Poland

14:30

Person-Centered Diabetes Technology: Why We Have To Do Better

Korey Hood, PhD
Stanford University, Palo Alto, California

14:45

Using Digital Health to Increase Adherence

Kimberly Driscoll, PhD
University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida

15:00

The Benefits of Integrated Care

Chris Boulton, BSc
Sanofi, Bridgewater, New Jersey

15:15

Cybersecurity of Medical Devices

Aiman Abdel-Malek, PhD
ThirdwayV Inc., Irvine, California

15:30

Q & A

16:00

End of workshop

16:30

Poster Session Night One and Startup Showcase and Inauguration of the 19th Annual Diabetes Technology Meeting

18:15

Posters remain on display for viewing

Workshop D: Blood Glucose Monitoring: What is its Future?

Panel 1: Glucose Data

12:30

Moderators

Mark Arnold, PhD
University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa

Anant Nigam, MD, FRCP
Nigam Diabetes Center, Jaipur, India

12:35

Strategies to Enhance the Value of Glucose Data: Integrating - Sharing - Expanding Access

Rolf Hinzmann, MD, PhD
Roche Diagnostics, Mannheim, Germany

12:50

The Need for a Standard for Color-Coded Blood Glucose Values

Larry Katz, PhD
LifeScan, Wayne, Pennsylvania

13:05

Glycemic Variability Metrics: Comparison of SMBG and CGM

David Rodbard, MD
Biomedical Informatics Consultants LLC, Potomac, Maryland

13:20

Glucose Meter Adverse Events

Jan Krouwer, PhD
Krouwer Consulting, Sherborn, Massachusetts

13:35

Q & A

14:05

Break

Panel 2: The Future

14:25

Moderators

Kong Chen, PhD
NIDDK/NIH, Bethesda, Maryland

Robert Gabbay, MD, PhD
Joslin Diabetes Center, Boston, Massachusetts

14:30

Debate: does SMBG have a future?

Nick Argento, MD, FACE
Maryland Endocrine and Diabetes, Columbia, Maryland

Timothy Bailey, MD, FACE, FACP, CPI
AMCR Institute, Escondido, California

15:20

New Technology for BGM

Andreas Pfützner, MD, PhD
Pfützner Science and Health Institute, Mainz, Germany

15:35

What Do We Want From the Future?

John Pickup, MA, BM, DPhil, DSc, FRCPath
King's College London, London, United Kingdom

15:50

Importance of Cybersecurity for BGMs

Robert Hurtz, MS
Ascensia Diabetes Care, Tarrytown, New York

16:05

Q & A

16:25

End of workshop

16:30

Poster Session Night One and Startup Showcase and Inauguration of the 19th Annual Diabetes Technology Meeting

18:15

Posters remain on display for viewing

Friday, November 15, 2019

7:00

Continental Breakfast

Session 1: Biosensing and Diabetes Data Science

8:00

Welcome/Opening Remarks

David Klonoff, MD, FACP, FRCP (Edin), Fellow AIMBE
Mills-Peninsula Medical Center, San Mateo, California
UCSF, San Francisco, California

8:05

KEYNOTE: Research Opportunities for Diabetes Using Bioengineered Tools

Bruce Tromberg, PhD
National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering, Bethesda, Maryland

8:30

Moderators

Wayne Bequette, PhD
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York

Robert Gabbay, MD, PhD
Joslin Diabetes Center, Boston, Massachusetts

8:35

Optimizing glycemic outcomes through new biosensors, machine learning, and adaptive control

Peter Jacobs, PhD
Oregon Health and Science University, Portland, Oregon

8:50

Accelerating Product Innovation Via Simulation

Stephen Patek, PhD
Dexcom, Charlottesville, Virginia

9:05

Using Big Data for Diabetes Technology Research

Ashutosh Sabharwal, PhD
Rice University, Houston, Texas

9:20

Q & A

9:40

Break

Session 2: Regulation of Diabetes Technology

10:05

Moderators

Zan Fleming, MD
Kinexum, Harpers Ferry, West Virginia

Alberto Gutierrez, PhD
NDA Partners, LLC, Bethesda, Maryland

10:10

MAUDE Database

Kristen Pluchino, PhD, MPH
United States Food and Drug Administration, Silver Spring, Maryland

10:20

Real World Evidence for Clinical Trials

Yiduo Wu, PhD
United States Food and Drug Administration, Silver Spring, Maryland

10:30

Interoperable Devices – CGM and ARE designation

Alain Silk, PhD
United States Food and Drug Administration, Silver Spring, Maryland

10:40

Cybersecurity

Linda Ricci
United States Food and Drug Administration, Silver Spring, Maryland

10:50

SaMD/ Precertification Program

Bakul Patel, MSEE, MBA
United States Food and Drug Administration, Silver Spring, Maryland

11:00

Navigating the FDA Process

Yarmela Pavlovic, JD
Hogan Lovells, San Francisco, California

11:10

Q & A

11:35

End of Session/Lunch

Session 3: CGM Data Analysis

12:35

DTS Leadership Award

12:40

Moderators

Will Cefalu, MD
National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland

John Melish, MD
University of Hawaii, Kailua, Hawaii

12:45

Time in Range: A Critical Appraisal

Lutz Heinemann, PhD
Science & Co., Düsseldorf, Germany

13:00

The Importance of Time-in-Range in Assessing Glycemic Control

Richard Bergenstal, MD
International Diabetes Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota

13:15

CGM Data Structure and Analysis of Time-in-Range and Other Metrics of Glycemic Control

Boris Kovatchev, PhD
University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia

13:30

FDA Perspective on CGM-based Biomarkers

Courtney Lias, PhD
United States Food and Drug Administration, Silver Spring, Maryland

13:40

Q & A

Session 4: Artificial Pancreas

13:45

Moderators

Guillermo Arreaza-Rubin, MD
NIDDK/NIH, Bethesda, Maryland

Jeff Joseph, DO
Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

13:50

Artificial Pancreas Award

13:55

An Overview of Recent Studies

Boris Kovatchev, PhD
University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia

14:05

Project Nightlight

Sue Brown, MD
University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia

14:15

CamAPS FX – taking forward Cambridge artificial pancreas experience

Roman Hovorka, PhD
University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom

14:25

New Technology

Ali Dianaty, MBA, MS
Medtronic Diabetes, Northridge, California

14:35

Closed Loop Without a Meal Announcement

Ali Cinar, PhD
Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, Illinois

14:45

Did we get what we ordered? Insulin, infusion lines, modeling and control

Geoff Chase, PhD
University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand

14:55

Q & A

15:10

End of Session/Break

Session 5: How to Increase Use of CGM

15:35

Moderators

Sammy Choi, MD
Womack Army Medical Center, Fort Bragg, North Carolina

Ronnie Goodstein, PhD
Georgetown University, Washington, District of Columbia

15:40

How to Increase Use of CGM

Roy Beck, MD, PhD
JAEB Center for Health Research, Tampa, Florida

Bruce Buckingham, MD
Stanford University, Palo Alto, California

Francine Kaufman, MD
Senseonics, Germantown, Maryland

David Price, MD
Dexcom, San Diego, California

Andreas Stuhr, MD, MBA
Ascensia Diabetes Care, Parsippany, New Jersey

Robert Vigersky, MD
Medtronic Diabetes, Washington, DC

16:15

Q & A

16:25

End of Session

16:30

Poster Session Night Two and Startup Showcase

18:30

Posters remain on display for viewing

Saturday, November 16, 2019

7:00

Continental Breakfast

Session 6: Novel Insulins

8:00

Moderators

Gerold Grodsky, PhD
UCSF, San Francisco, California

Nestoras Mathioudakis, MD
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland

8:05

Welcome/Recap of First Day and Presentation of Student Award

David Klonoff, MD, FACP, FRCP (Edin), Fellow AIMBE
Mills-Peninsula Medical Center, San Mateo, California
UCSF, San Francisco, California

8:10

Gold Prize Student Presentation: A Comparison of Macronutrient and Energy Content Estimates by goFOOD[TM] vs Eietitians: A Preliminary Analysis

Maria Vasiloglou, MSc
University of Bern, Bern, Switzerland

8:25

Novel Glucagon Formulations

Jessica Castle, MD
Oregon Health Sciences University, Portland, Oregon

8:45

Future Insulins. Gazing into a crystal ball

Tim Heise, MD
Profil, Neuss, Germany

9:05

An Ultra-stable Single Chain Insulin Analog

Michael Weiss, MD
Case Western University, Cleveland, Ohio

9:25

Hepatic Directed Insulin

Doug Muchmore, MD
Diasome, Cleveland, Ohio

9:45

Q & A

10:05

Break

Session 7: Novel Insulin Delivery Technology

10:25

Moderators

Andrew Bremer, MD, PhD
NICHD/NIH, Bethesda, Maryland

Julia Mader, MD, PhD
Medical University of Graz, Graz, Austria

Technologies for improved insulin delivery is necessary, but is it sufficient?

David Harlan, MD
University of Massachusetts, Worcester, Massachusetts

10:40

Smart Insulin

Sanjoy Dutta, PhD
JDRF, New York, New York

10:55

An insulin pill that delivers: Micro-injections in the gut

Alex Abramson, PhD
Stanford University, Palo Alto, California

11:10

Inhaled Insulin

David Kendall, MD
Mannkind Corporation, Thousand Oaks, California

11:25

Critical Factors for Insulin Delivery: Towards an Understanding of Uptake Variability

Ron Pettis, PhD
BD, Research Triangle Park, New Jersey

11:40

Q & A

12:00

End of session/Lunch

Session 8: Disposal of Waste from Diabetes Products

13:00

Moderators

Hubert Vesper, PhD
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia

Alicia Warnock, MD
Stability Health, Worcester, Massachusetts

13:05

Waste and Diabetes-Technology: A call for action

Lutz Heinemann, PhD
Science & Co., Düsseldorf, Germany

13:20

Global burden of diabetes.....from an environmental perspective

Ed Krisiunas, MPH
WNWN International, Burlington, Connecticut

13:35

Challenges for a Manufacturer to Reduce Waste Production

Tobias Stumpe, BS
Convatec, Copenhagen, Denmark

13:50

Q & A

Session 9: Hot Topics

14:05

Moderators

Thanh Hoang, DO
Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Bethesda, Maryland

Victor Schneider, MD
NASA Headquarters, Washington, District of Columbia

14:10

Environmental Causes of Diabetes

Sultan Ayoub Meo, MD, PhD, FRCP
King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

14:25

Hypoglycemia reduction as an end point for trials of diabetes products 

Alexander Fleming, MD
Kinexum Services LLC, Harpers Ferry, West Virginia

14:40

A New Mathematical Link Between A1C and Blood Glucose

Yongjin Xu, PhD
Abbott Diabetes Care, Alameda, California

14:55

Q & A

15:10

Break

Session 10: Do It Yourself

15:35

Moderators

Carol Levy, MD, CDE
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, New York

John Pickup, MA, BM, DPhil, DSc, FRCPath
King's College London, London, United Kingdom

15:40

Factors Affecting Support of DIY Systems in Routine Clinical Care

Katharine Barnard, PhD
Bournemouth University, Hampshire, United Kingdom

15:55

The Bleeding Edge: open source algorithms, research, and what's next

Dana Lewis, BA
OpenAPS, Seattle, Washington

16:10

Q & A

Session 11: Live Demonstration

16:20

Moderator

John Pickup, MA, BM, DPhil, DSc, FRCPath
King's College London, London, United Kingdom

16:25

Outcomes: Mobile-enabled Food Logging Is Associated With Improved Glycemic Management In The Real-world

Ricardo Abad, MA
Glooko, Inc., Mountain View, California

Glooko Mobile App and Pop Tracker with Real Data and Focus on Food Entry

Jeff Chang, BS
Glooko, Inc., Mountain View, California

16:40

Duodenal Mucosa Resurfacing for the Treatment of Type 2 Diabetes

Juan Carlos Lopez-Talavera, MD, PhD
Fractyl Laboratories, Inc., Lexington, Massachusetts

17:00

Adjourn