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Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
Dr. Aaron Kowalski is assistant vice president for glucose control research for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF), the worlds' largest funder for type 1 diabetes research. In this role, he oversees research for the JDRF Artificial Pancreas Project which is a multi-million dollar initiative aimed at acceleration progress towards a closed-loop automated insulin-delivery system and diabetes technologies that will improve blood sugar control in people with diabetes. Dr. Kowalski oversees JDRF-funded research in the area of diabetes technologies, hypoglycemia, and non-device based approaches to restore glucose control in people with diabetes.
Dr. Kowalski is an internationally recognized expert in the area of diabetes technologies, having published numerous articles in the field, including being an author of the landmark New England Journal of Medicine publication demonstrating the effectiveness of continuous glucose monitors in type 1 diabetes. Dr. Kowalski has been an invited speaker at the ADA Annual Scientific Sessions, EASD, AACE, AADE and many other national and international conferences.
Prior to joining JDRF, Dr. Kowalski completed his Ph.D. in Molecular Genetics from Rutgers University and the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey.
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