Type 2 diabetes Research study
Together we can help work toward lowering blood glucose for patients with T2D.
There is no cure for diabetes, but it can be managed. Balancing the food you eat with exercise and medicine will help control your weight and can keep your blood glucose in a healthy range.
Diet, exercise, and education are important in the management of Type 2 Diabetes (T2D), but many people also require drug therapy to manage their illness.
Investigators are looking for subjects to participate in a clinical trial to demonstrate the benefit of an investigational medication within ethnically/racially diverse patients.
If you have Type 2 Diabetes that is inadequately controlled, you may be eligible to participate in a clinical research study of an investigational medication for type 2 diabetes.
You may qualify for this study if you:
- Are 18 years or older
- Have been diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes for at least 1 year
- Have uncontrolled diabetes (HbA1c levels between 7.5-10%)
- Are Hispanic of any race, non-Hispanic black/African American, or non-Hispanic Asian*
- Are treated with any basal insulin (e.g. glargine [100 U/mL or 300 U/mL], detemir, degludec, intermediate-acting [human NPH]) for at least 6 months
- Are receiving 1 or 2 of the following oral anti-diabetic drugs: metformin, pioglitazone/rosiglitazone, an SGLT-2 inhibitor, or a sulfonylurea (SU)
*Decision for ethnic/racial inclusion will be made based on patient self-identification
Qualified participants may receive all study-related care and medication at no cost; You may be compensated for time and travel and Medical insurance is not needed.
If you are interested, please complete the form below.
Please fill out this brief survey below, and a Study Coordinator will get back to you.
Please note that upon filling out and submitting the information below, you may be contacted by phone, and your information may be added into a database.