UCL Faculty of Medical Sciences


VIRTUAL EVENT: Type one diabetes - exciting new developments in treatment and prevention

28 November 2023, 5:00 pm–6:00 pm

Event poster featuring Dr Miranda Rosenthal's photo

Dr Miranda Rosenthal will discuss about recent research and developments on type one diabetes treatments.

This event is free.

Event Information

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Emiliana Di Donna & Dr Zahra Mohri – Faculty of Medical Sciences

November is National Diabetes Awareness Month, a time when communities across the country seek to bring attention to diabetes. This UCL Faculty of Medical Sciences lecture will focus on recent research on type one diabetes.

Type one diabetes is an autoimmune condition which results in absolute lack of insulin. Treatment has focused for many years on the replacement of insulin but we are entering an exciting new era where there is a real possibility of prevention . In this talk I will cover these new developments and the new treatment options for those living with T1D.

This lecture will be followed by a Q&A with our speaker, Dr Miranda Rosenthal.

Follow the conversation on Twitter: #FMSLectures

Access profile

This event will take place online.

A link to the event will be sent to you prior to the event start time.

Live captioning is available for this event.

We aim to make our events as inclusive as possible, so if you have any accessibility requirements or enquiries that are not covered in the above access profile please contact the events team at fms.education@ucl.ac.uk. If you could contact us allowing as much time as possible before the event we will be able to ensure where required that the appropriate measures are taken.

About the Speaker

Dr Miranda Rosenthal

Dr Miranda Rosenthal's headshot

Dr Rosenthal has a special interest in the mechanism and treatment of hypoglycaemia in Type 1 diabetes and has extensive experience in the use of continuous subcutaneous insulin infusion and continuous glucose monitoring. Her practise includes work in the management of eating disorders and diabetes, obesity and diabetes, antenatal diabetes and diabetic foot disease. She is interested in the interplay of diabetes and the management of diabetes in those patients with multiple co morbidities. Her research interests include aetiology of type 1 diabetes and also treatment of eating disorders in diabetes.