Study Seeks Participants Diagnosed with Type 1 or Type 2 Diabetes, and Currently Using Insulin Injections.


We are currently seeking volunteers diagnosed with Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes and who are treating with multiple daily injections for a research study that is collecting data on several diabetes/health devices and applications (apps).

Participants must be on 3 or more insulin injections per day, one of which must be a long-acting/basal insulin injection. (If you have any questions about eligibility, please contact us.)

Throughout the study, participants will wear the Guardian Connect System (real-time CGM) continuously. They will also need to use the study provided smart pen insulin delivery devices and a study meter for the duration of the study. Participants will also wear an Apple Watch (during waking hours), a Fitbit (during sleeping hours), and carry a sponsor provided smartphone with multiple study apps that are used during the study.  All insulin delivery, sleep, physical activity (as applicable) and food intake data are collected through multiple applications using the sponsor provided iPhone and Apple Watch.  Participants must check their blood sugars 2-3 times per day.

This is a 90-day study that will require 4 clinic appointments and 2 phone call appointments (may require more due to technical difficulties of the devices, i.e. sensor failure, etc.). Visit 2 is a training visit that will take 3-4 hours. Participants will be provided with all components (devices, apps, tech, etc.) to complete the study, except their insulin and insulin pen needles. (Please contact us about the use of pen needles – if you currently do not use pen needles, you can still participate.)

Please contact us for further details by filling out this volunteer form below or calling us at 1-888-478-8343 or 425-251-1720.