Research

 

Research

The William Sansum Diabetes Center has been at the forefront of helping to improve the lives of people living with diabetes since its creation in 1944. With an established world class reputation for innovation in the field of artificial pancreas and diabetes in pregnancy, the Center has ambitious plans to broaden its area of technological expertise to positively impact multiple areas to allow people living with the condition to spend less time thinking about diabetes but maintaining great control.

We are continuing to develop new and innovative approaches to the education of people with diabetes and their families and providers of healthcare in partnership with academic institutions, specialist diabetes centers and primary care colleagues. The recent creation of a consortium between The Center and University of California, Santa Barbara campus is especially exciting and forward-thinking as it brings opportunities for fruitful  collaborations with cutting-edge technology industries within and outside of healthcare.