Welcome to the third installment of our new weekly podcast series called “It’s Friday – Let’s Journal Club.”
This week’s guest interview is with Sarah Taylor, a type 1 diabetes patient, registered nurse (RN) and friend of the company. Sarah stopped by PatientsLikeMe headquarters last Friday to talk about being diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at age nine and how PatientsLikeMe has become a part of her life today.
After this engaging “Journal Club” session, PatientsLikeMe’s Aaron Fleishman sat down with Sarah to learn more about how type 1 diabetes affects her day-to-day decisions – from eating to exercising – and how as a nurse she envisions shared patient data helping medical providers. Listen in below to hear what that might look like and also what advice she has for those who are newly diagnosed with type 1 diabetes.
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Last Friday we kicked off our new weekly podcast series called “It’s Friday – Let’s Journal Club.” Thanks to everyone who tuned in. This week’s guest interview is with Dr. Kevin Dykstra, PhD, who is President and CEO of qPharmetra, a pharmacometric consulting company. Dr. Dykstra stopped by PatientsLikeMe headquarters to talk to our team about the use of modeling and simulation to aid drug development.
After this insightful “Journal Club” session, PatientsLikeMe’s Aaron Fleishman sat down with Dr. Dykstra to learn more about how his team is working to measure the clinical utility of treatments in a systematic, quantitative way. Listen in to hear what exactly that involves and why Dr. Dykstra feels PatientsLikeMe is a “treasure trove of information” that is “incredibly useful” for both patients and drug developers