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INNODIA

Trial categories: Diabetes

Sponsoring organisation: Oxford University Hospitals

An Innovative approach towards understanding and arresting type 1 diabetes

Innodia is a large study that is recruiting individuals with newly diagnosed type 1 diabetes and parents, siblings and children of those with type 1 diabetes in order to gain a greater understanding of the development and progression of the condition.

People with type 1 diabetes will be approached at clinic visits, but family members who would like to find out more can contact the research nurses as follows.

Nicky McRobert or Ursula Taylor - diabetes research nurses

diabetes.research1@ouh.nhs.uk

or by telephone: 01865 857146

Family members will be asked to attend a screening visit which takes about one hour where a sample of blood is taken for genes and autoantibody testing. We will also ask about medical and family history. Depending on the results of the initial blood test family members may or may not be invited for further study visits.

Travel expenses are provided for study visits.