This in-person course provided by Indiana University will be available from 31 July to 4 August 2023. This course is designed to expose researchers to the language and methodology of mathematical science and obesity, facilitate collaborations, and more. Scholarships are available. Registration will be open until enrollment is filled. For more information, including how to apply, please visit

The American Diabetes Association “Making Diabetes Technology Work” free continuing education program is designed to help the diabetes care team on the front lines of primary care master the latest evidence-based recommendations for the implementation and management of cutting-edge diabetes technology. To explore the self-paced online modules, please visit

Final registration to access virtual sessions from the 83rd annual American Diabetes Association Scientific Sessions is 25 August 2023. For more information, please visit

Diabetes Care periodically publishes special article collections related to a specific topic, study, or aspect of diabetes care, prevention, and treatment. These collections appear in the print and online editions of Diabetes Care. Learn more about previously published collections at

If diabetes has had an impact on your life, whether you have diabetes or care for someone who has diabetes, please consider submitting your original artwork for publication on the cover of an issue of Diabetes Care. Artwork submission and selection are completely independent from manuscript submission and the peer review process—artwork sent for consideration on the cover is not required to be related to an article submitted to or published in the journal. Diabetes Care will consider images of artwork of any subject or medium. For more information, please visit

Diabetes Care “On Air” is the monthly podcast of the American Diabetes Association’s premier clinical research journal Diabetes Care. In each episode, co-hosts Alice Cheng, MD, FRCPC, and Michael Rickels, MD, MS, interview key authors of editor-selected feature articles and highlight the latest research presented in Diabetes Care. The podcast is intended for diabetes researchers and specialists, endocrinologists, and other health care professionals. Join Alice and Mike as they explore the latest high-impact research and information on diabetes care, treatment, and prevention. Access the most recent episode at

Diabetes Day by Day is the monthly podcast of the American Diabetes Association’s premier original research journal Diabetes. In each episode, co-hosts Neil Skolnik, MD, and Sara Wettergreen, PharmD, BCACP, BC-ADM, discuss the everyday challenges of living with diabetes and will offer advice to overcome those challenges. The podcast is intended for people with diabetes as well as their caregivers. Access the most recent episode at

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