In Profile – William V Tamborlane
Emily Chu and Nicole Meinel of the Diabetic Hypoglycemia Editorial Team
Diabetic Hypoglycemia October 2012, Volume 5, Issue 2: page 17-19
Professor William V Tamborlane completed his residency in pediatrics at Georgetown University School of Medicine, and then a post-doctoral fellowship in pediatric endocrinology at Yale. He has received many awards and honors, including the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation’s Mary Tyler Moore and S Robert Levine Award for Excellence in Clinical Research in Type 1 Diabetes in 2006 and 2011, the Diabetes Technology Society’s Diabetes Technology Leadership Award in 2009, the American Diabetes Association Outstanding Physician Clinician Award in 2010, and the National Award for Career Achievement and Contributions to Clinical and Translational Science by the Society for Clinical and Translational Science in 2011. Professor Tamborlane is Chair of the Pediatric Diabetes Consortium and Co-Chair (for pediatric studies) of the Type 1 Diabetes Exchange, and the current focus of his research is the application of insulin pump and continuous glucose monitoring technology towards the development of an artificial pancreas.