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The Legacy of Insulin Discovery: Origins, Access, and Translation

On Day 4 of the 2020 Celebration of Excellence and Engagement, experts convened by the University of Toronto produced “The Legacy of Insulin Discovery: Origins, Access, and Translation”, a virtual symposium that provided  an overview of the history of insulin discovery followed by  streams that explored different thematic aspects of insulin discovery and its legacy:

Introduction | Moments of Discovery 


Insulin Discovery at the Intersection of Academia and Industry

 

STREAM 1 - Patient Perspectives

Patients at the Moment of Insulin Discovery 

Patient-Driven Healthcare

STREAM 2 - Public Health Challenges: Building on the Resilience of Communities to Achieve Health Equity

Environmental and Socioeconomic Factors at T2D

Student Panel on Health Equity

Indigenous Populations and TD2 

STREAM 3 - Commercialization and the Future of Insulin and Diabetes Research

Commercialization and Innovation

Trainee Innovation and Entrepreneurship Panel

Digital Health Care Technologies

The Future of Insulin Treatment and Diabetes Prevention Science

Celebration of Excellence and Engagement
November 15, 2021 to November 20, 2021

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