Researchers at the University of California, Irvine
are seeking Type 1 diabetic adults and healthy controls
to participate in a study looking at biomarkers
of glucose metabolism in exhaled breath.
- 2 sessions at UCI Hewitt Hall (main campus)
- First session includes: blood sugar and insulin manipulation to maintain specific glucose levels (normal and high), measurements of exhaled breath, and blood sampling.
- Second session includes (session only for Type I diabetics): same as session one except additional insulin manipulation to reproduce insulin levels similar to non-diabetics.
Type 1 Diabetic Adults and Healthy Controls 18-40 years old.
Volunteers will receive up to $200 compensation for completing both sessions.
For further information, please call:Stacy Oliver Assistant Clinical Research Coordinator
University of California, Irvine
Department of Pediatrics
Voice: (949) 824-4433
Pietro Galassetti, MD, PhD: Lead Researcher
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