Towards innovative therapies against type 1 diabetes
Type 1 diabetes (T1D) is an autoimmune disorder associated with the destruction of pancreatic islet beta cells, leading to little or no insulin production. The EU-funded INNODIA HARVEST project is undertaken by a large network of experts that aim to prevent or arrest T1D through innovative strategies. The project builds on the strong foundations of the INNODIA consortium, its origin. Partners will perform a series of intervention trials to study the mechanisms of T1D, identify biomarkers and study pathways associated with disease pathobiology. Through a beta-cell focussed and an immune-focussed intervention trial, the team hopes to deliver key knowledge for new combination therapies and to establish discovery pipelines for future T1D therapeutics. The people living with T1D remain at the center of INNODIA HARVEST, driving the implementation of patient-centered results, shaping our clinical trials and making meaningful change in the disease perspective.
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Funding SchemeIMI2-RIA - Research and Innovation action
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