Clinical Trials

 

Partnering with Patients to Improve Care

Patient care and research specialists at the Diabetes Center at UCSF are committed to translating scientific discoveries and laboratory breakthroughs into patient therapies and a potential cure for diabetes. These efforts involve a form of patient research called clinical trials.

The Diabetes Center is internationally renowned in the clinical trials arena. Our team includes experts who conceptualize, design, and execute trials related to all aspects of type 1 and type 2 diabetes. In addition, UCSF is one of only a select number of programs worldwide to serve as a Clinical Center for TrialNet, a National Institutes of Health- and JDRF- sponsored research consortium charged with developing preventive therapies for diabetes.

 

Learn more about our current trials and how you can participate:

Type 1 Diabetes Trials

Type 2 Diabetes Trials

Non-Diabetes Trials

For a summary of clinical trials throughout the United States and the world that is maintained by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), see “NIH Clinical Trials.”