Jason Adams is a molecular biologist by training and business development executive for Roche Diagnostics. After setting up Nightscout for his T1D daughter, Jason founded the CGM in the Cloud Facebook group for members to share their experiences with open source solutions to send CGM data to the cloud. He lives in Carlsbad, CA with his wife and their three daughters.
Jason Calabrese Jason Calabrese is a software developer who graduated from Virginia Tech with a degree in Management Science and Information Technology. He is the father of 7 year old twins, Andrew and Katie. Andrew was diagnosed with Type 1 at age 3 in 2010. In 2013, John Costik replied to a tweet posted by Jason about a talk he attended, given by Gary Scheiner. That was the catalyst for Jason's active involvement with the #WeAreNotWaiting movement, the CGM in the Cloud group, and as a co-founder of the Nightscout Project. When he actually has some free time, Jason enjoys camping trips with Andrew's Cub Scout Den, and playing Minecraft with his twins. Jason is not waiting to reduce the burden of living with Type 1 for Andrew, his family, and so many others.
Ali Mazaheri currently works at Microsoft as a solution architect out of the Microsoft Technology Center in Irvine. With a degree in applied math and computer science, Ali has more than 20 years experience in software development and solution architecture with a focus in cloud computing. Ali's son Sam was diagnosed with T1D in August of 2014 and since then he has been working with the Nightscout team on various related projects. Ali is also working with Dexcom on various projects related to Share and Follow apps including Microsoft Band integration. Ali lives with his wife Nasim and their son Sam in Irvine, CA.
Father of five, grandfather of two, Weston Nordgren II has teamed up with his wife of 30 years to advocate for the Nightscout Project and Open Source solutions that help alleviate the suffering of those struggling with type 1 diabetes. With the T1D diagnosis of their son 7 years ago at 12 months of age, it became very apparent that the tools available for the care of those suffering from T1D were insufficient. Weston and his wife have made it their mission in life to passionately advocate for real life solutions found in the #WeAreNotWaiting community.
James Wedding is the President of the Board of Directors of the Nightscout Foundation, a non-profit seeking to deliver open-source tools to live a life less impacted by type 1 diabetes. In February of 2011, James' daughter was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, and he began searching for technology solutions to the challenges ahead. Years later, discovering a quickly growing community of patients and caregivers that have given up on the industry and on the FDA, James has become part of a worldwide movement to free health care from the current rules. A rallying cry of #WeAreNotWaiting has catalyzed over 10,000 to adopt an open-source solution for a portion of type 1 diabetes care, and has spurred new conversations across the entire industry.
Ben West is an advocate for open science and open source. Research interests include interaction between technology and society and measuring fidelity of therapy. He enjoys working on projects like Nightscout, which provide a forum for everyone to use their talents to increase liberty and decrease burden. Ben was diagnosed with T1D in 2003 while a college student. He lives in San Francisco, California.
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