FREDER1K STUDY IN SAXONY AND THURINGIA

 

Freder1k study in Saxony and Thuringia: early detection of an increased risk of developing type 1 diabetes

In Saxony and Thuringia, all infants up to the age of four months can be tested for an increased risk of type 1 diabetes, free of charge, as part of the Freder1k study. The test can be carried out at any maternity hospital.

 

FREDER1K STUDY TEAM FOR SAXONY AND THURINGIA

© CRTD Center for Regenerative Therapies TU Dresden

Study centre
DFG Research Center for Regenerative Therapies Dresden (CRTD) Technische Universität Dresden

Contact: Fetscherstraße 105,
01307 Dresden, Germany

Phone. 0800 – 724 5148 (freephone),
E-Mail: diabetesstudie.crtd@tu-dresden.de

Principal investigators
Professor Dr Ezio Bonifacio
Professor Dr Reinhard Berner (POInT principal investigator)
Professor Dr Pauline Wimberger/Dr Katharina Nitzsche (Freder1k principal investigator)

Study coordination
Dr Angela Hommel

Freder1k study coordination
Dr Petrina Delivani

POInT study coordination
Anja Loff

Study assistant
Manja Gottschalk

Laboratory coordination
Dr Yannick Fuchs
Sevina Dietz
Anne Karasinsky
Robert Morgenstern
Marc Weigelt

POInT study centre
Fabian Lander
Dr Gita Gemulla
Sophie Heinke
Franziska Ehrlich
Bianca Schlee
Nicole Zubizarreta
Sari Arabi
Ruth Blechschmidt