touchENDOCRINOLOGY were delighted to speak to Jose Florez, Committee Chair for the ADA’s Scientific Sessions Meeting Planning Committee, about his highlights of the conference, organising such a large virtual platform, advances in genetics in patients with type 2 diabetes and gestational diabetes and how healthcare biobanks can accelerate clinical research.
1. What were your highlights of the 80th ADA 2020 Virtual Scientific Sessions? (0:06)
2. What was your experience organising a virtual conference of this size, and are you pleased with how it has turned out? (1:41)
3. Please summarise the research that you are involved in on genetics in patients with type 2 diabetes and gestational diabetes (3:09)
4. Please provide an overview of the benefits of healthcare biobanks and how they can accelerate clinical research (5:24)
Speaker disclosure: Jose Florez has received one honorarium from Novo Nordisk to speak at a scientific meeting on a topic of his choice.
Support: Interview commissioned and filming supported by Touch Medical Media.
Filmed in coverage of the ADA 2020 Virtual 80th Scientific Sessions
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