Participate in a T1D Clinical Trial


There are tons of clinical trials for type 1 diabetes! T1D clinical trials vary in many aspects but all have one thing in common – the goal to drive better health outcomes for people living with T1D. You can learn all about clinical trials and if they are the right fit for you by visiting

Check out some T1D clinical trials happening now below!

Study to Learn About Sugar-free Foods and Beverages for Diabetes Management

This study is a collaboration between the George Washington University and Children’s National Hospital and is funded by the National Institutes of Health: R21 DK12234501A1.

Can I participate?
This clinical  trial is looking for children ages 5-14 who:

– Have been diagnosed with type 1 diabetes for at least 12 months
– Typically drink sugar-free beverages (e.g., diet sodas, diet sports drinks, light fruit drinks, diet iced teas)

What do I have to do?
– Either continue to drink what you usually drink or make some changes to what you drink for 12 weeks

– Share your blood glucose data with the research team
– Complete food, beverage, and activity logs
– Attend study visits (2-3 in person, 1-2 virtual)
– Provide a small sample of your urine and blood at two of the study visits
– Undergo an DXA scan (optional)

Anything else?
– Participants will receive reminders throughout the study

– Participants can receive up to $400 for participating

For more information, please email or call (202)-618-2207.

Recruiting Children & Adolescents For A Study About Type 1 Diabetes (Virtual)

Can I participate?
This clinical  trial is looking for youth between the ages of 11 and 17 who have had type 1 diabetes for at least 12 months.

What do I have to do?
– Attend a 30-minute online (Zoom Telehealth) meeting

– Complete surveys about sweetener use, feelings related to living with type 1 diabetes and type 1 diabetes management

For more information, please email Compensation provided.

Are you interested in participating in or learning more about clinical trials in the Kansas and Missouri area? Please reach out to our Chapter Clinical Trial Volunteers, Brandee Faille ( and Mark Cagwin (