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Stuart Alan Weinzimer, MD

Professor; Interim Section Chief, Pediatric Endocrinology & Diabetes

Contact Information

Stuart Alan Weinzimer, MD

Mailing Address

  • Pediatric Endocrinology & Diabetes

    PO Box 208064

    New Haven, CT 06520-8064

    United States

Research Summary

My research focuses on the application of new technologies to the treatment of diabetes. As part of my collaborations within the Diabetes Research in Children Network (DirecNet) and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Artificial Pancreas Project, I have been studying the safety, accuracy, and effectiveness of continuous glucose sensors to improve diabetes therapy, as well as investigating basic physiological questions of hypoglycemia counter-regulation. My main focus now is on the development of a so-called "artificial pancreas", in which an insulin pump automatically delivers the appropriate amount of insulin at any given time based upon receiving information from glucose sensor devices. I am also collaborating with several other pediatric endocrinologists and neuroimaging specialists to deterimne the effects of childhood diabetes on brain growth and function in children diagnosed with diabetes at a young age.

Specialized Terms: Insulin pump therapy; Continuous glucose sensors; Artificial pancreas


Research Interests

Diabetes Mellitus, Type 1; Endocrinology; Insulin; Insulin Infusion Systems; Pediatrics; Pancreas, Artificial

Selected Publications

Clinical Trials

ConditionsStudy Title
Diabetes Mellitus - Type 1; Diabetes Mellitus - Type 2FreeStyle Libre 2 Flash Glucose Monitoring System Intervention Phase Study for Pediatric Patients
COVID-19 Inpatient; COVID-19 Outpatient; Diseases of the BloodMechanisms for restoration of hypoglycemia awareness
Diabetes Mellitus - Type 1; Diseases of the Endocrine System; Diseases of the Nervous SystemImpact of Hypoglycemia on Brain Ketone and Neurotransmitter Metabolism in Type 1 DM
Children's Health; Diabetes Mellitus - Type 1; Diseases of the Endocrine SystemPathway to Prevention Study