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Efficacy, Safety, and Pharmacokinetics of Tirzepatide Once Weekly versus Placebo in Adolescent Participants Who have Obesity, or are Overweight with Weight-Related Comorbidities: A Randomized, Double-Blind Trial

This study is being done to see how safe an investigational drug is and how well it will work to help people with obesity, or overweight with weight-related conditions like hypertension, dyslipidemia, obstructive sleep apnea, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, or diabetes. If you qualify to be in the study, you will be given frequent lifestyle and behavioral counseling for the first 12 weeks of the study. The counseling will consist of advice on physical activities and dietary advice on healthy eating. During the treatment period, you will receive either tirzepatide or placebo. Placebo is a solution that looks like the study drug but has no medicine. The chance that you will get the study drug is 2 in 3. This phase will last about 72 weeks.

Claudia Fox
Up to 18 years old
This study is NOT accepting healthy volunteers
STUDY00019351
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• 12 to 17 years old
• have obesity, as defined by BMI equal to or above the 95th percentile for age and sex, on age- and sex-specific growth chart
• OR be overweight, as defined by BMI equal to or above the 85th percentile but less than the 95th percentile for age and sex, on age- and sex-specific growth chart, with at least 1 weight-related comorbidity. These include: dyslipidemia, pre-hypertension, hypertension, nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, obstructive sleep apnea, prediabetes, or Type 2 Diabetes
• those with Type 2 Diabetes have been treated with either diet and exercise alone or stable treatment with metformin for at least 90 days prior to screening and have a HbA1c<9.0% Type 2 Diabetes
Exclusion Criteria:

• decrease in body weight more than 5 kilogram (kg) (11 lbs.) within 90 days
• have Type 1 Diabetes
• have taken within 90 days before screening or intend to start prescribed or over-the-counter medications, or alternative remedies including herbal or nutritional supplements, intended to promote body weight reduction
• have or plan have a weight reduction surgical procedure
• additional exclusion criteria apply (study staff will review)
Children's Health, Diabetes & Endocrine
BMI, Obesity, Overweight, T2D, Type 2 Diabetes
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Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics of Topiramate for Weight Loss in Youth: PHARMATOP (PHARMATOP)

Topiramate is a commonly prescribed medication at weight management clinics. While doctors know that some people respond better to topiramate in terms of weight loss and changes in eating behaviors, the reasons WHY some respond better than others are not known. Knowing more about the relationships between topiramate doses, concentrations of topiramate in the blood stream, and an individual’s response to this medicine will help doctors determine those who may be more likely to benefit. Doctors also want to know if someone’s genes (their DNA) may help explain why some people respond better to topiramate than others. We expect that you will be in this research study for about 14 weeks (3.5 months).

Eric Bomberg
Up to 18 years old
This study is NOT accepting healthy volunteers
STUDY00013488
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• ages 12 to less than 18 years old
• Body mass index (BMI) greater than or equal to 1.2 times the 95th percentile (age and sex-adjusted) and/or BMI greater than or equal to 35 kg/m2
• deemed appropriate candidates to receive topiramate (without contraindications) for weight loss by an obesity medicine specialist at the University of Minnesota
Exclusion Criteria:

• history of metabolic/bariatric surgery
• obesity associated with a diagnosed genetic disorder
• clinically diagnosed hyperthyroidism or uncontrolled hypothyroidism
• history of acute angle closure glaucoma
• see link to clinicaltrials.gov for additional exclusion criteria
Diabetes & Endocrine, Children's Health
Weight management
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Role of Pharmacotherapy in Counteracting Weight Regain in Adolescents with Severe Obesity

In this study we want to find out more about weight loss and how diet and medications can affect weight loss. This study will last for up to 58 weeks. There are two phases to the study: - A weight loss phase with prescribe meals that lasts 6 weeks. - A study medication/placebo phase that lasts up 52 weeks. You will not know if you are receiving the medication or the placebo.

Aaron Kelly
Up to 18 years old
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STUDY00008743
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• severe obesity (BMI >/= 120% of the 95th percentile or BMI >/= 35 kg/m2)
• 12 to less than 18 years of age at enrollment
• female participants who are sexually active with males and who are able to get pregnant must agree to use two forms of contraception throughout the trial
Exclusion Criteria:

• diabetes (type 1 or 2)
• current or recent (< six months prior to enrollment) use of anti-obesity medication(s) (use of naltrexone or bupropion alone is not an exclusion)
• previous metabolic/bariatric surgery
• current use of a stimulant medication
• history of glaucoma
• current or recent (<14 days) use of monoamine oxidase inhibitor
• history of treatment with growth hormone
• history of bulimia nervosa
• major psychiatric disorder
• any history of active suicide attempt
• history of suicidal ideation or self-harm within the previous 30 days
• current pregnancy or plans to become pregnant during study participation
• current tobacco use
• history of cardiac, endocrine, kidney disease (study staff will review)
Children's Health, Diabetes & Endocrine
Clinics and Surgery Center (CSC), Obesity, overweight, weight loss
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INHALE-1: A 26-week Primary Treatment Phase, with 26-week Extension, Open-label, Randomized Clinical Trial Evaluating the Efficacy and Safety of Afrezza? Versus Rapid-acting Insulin Analog Injections, Both in Combination with a Basal Insulin, in Pediatric Subjects with Type 1 or Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (INHALE-1)

To assess the safety of Afrezza in a pediatric population when compared to the usual standard of care insulin.

Muna Sunni
Up to 18 years old
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SITE00001625
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• 4 years to under 18 years old
• diagnosis of type 1 diabetes mellitus (T1DM) or type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM)
• using insulin for at least 6 months for T1DM, or at least 3 months for T2DM
• treated with basal-bolus insulin therapy delivered by multiple daily injections for at least 2 weeks
• bolus insulins are restricted to the RAAs insulin lispro, insulin aspart or insulin glulisine, including biosimilar products
• basal insulins are restricted to insulin glargine, insulin degludec or insulin detemir, including biosimilar products
• HbA1c between 7.0% and 11%
• average prandial dose of insulin 2 or more units per meal
• used CGM for at least 70% of the time over a consecutive 14-day period before starting the study
• access to stable WiFi connection
Exclusion Criteria:

• history of recent blood transfusions (within previous 3 months)
• recent history of asthma (defined as using any medications to treat within the last year) or any other clinically important lung disease
• history of serious complications of diabetes
• any other illness that isn't stable (study staff will review)
• uncontrolled eating disorder (e.g., anorexia or bulimia nervosa)
• current drug or alcohol abuse or a history of drug or alcohol abuse
• smoking (includes cigarettes, cigars, pipes, marijuana, and vaping devices) for the preceding 6 months
Diabetes & Endocrine
diabetes, insulin, type 1 diabetes, type 2 diabetes
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A Phase 1/2, First-in-Human, Open-Label, Dose-Escalation Study of the Safety and Pharmacodynamic Activity of Gene Therapy for Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia through Administration of an Adeno-associated Virus (AAV) Serotype 5-Based Recombinant Vector Encoding the Human CYP21A2 Gene

This is a study designed to evaluate the safety, tolerability, and efficacy of a one-time gene therapy (BBP-631) for adult patients diagnosed with classic congenital adrenal hyperplasia (CAH). The goal of gene therapy for CAH is to give the body a functioning CYP21A2 gene using a vector (an agent used to deliver a gene into the body). Having a functioning CYP21A2 gene in the adrenal gland may allow the body to naturally produce its own cortisol and aldosterone. The study treatment and follow-up lasts 1 year with a long-term follow-up of 4 more years.

Kyriakie Sarafoglou
18 years and over
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STUDY00012144
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• adults with classic Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia (CAH)
• on stable oral hydrocortisone (HC) regimen as the only glucocorticoid (GC) maintenance therapy
• no prior gene therapy or AAV-mediated therapy
Exclusion Criteria:

• positive for anti-AAV5 (Adeno-Associated Virus Type 5) antibodies
• history of adrenalectomy and/or significant liver disease
• women who are pregnant
Diabetes & Endocrine
Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia
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Collaborative Solutions for Breaking Up Sedentary Time in Black Older Adults with Type 2 Diabetes: The Interrupt T2D Study

Black Americans are 60% more likely to be diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes (T2D) and 2 times more likely to die from T2D than non-Hispanic White Americans. Recent research has shown that sedentary behavior (such as sitting or lying down) have a significant negative impact on health. We are doing a small study with older people who identify as Black or African American and have T2D to look at ways to reduce sedentary behavior. The study will last about 1-2 months for each participant.

Mary Whipple
18 years and over
This study is NOT accepting healthy volunteers
STUDY00021174
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• self-identify as Black or African American.
• 55 years and older
• speak and read English.
• self-reported diagnosis of type 2 diabetes (T2D)
Exclusion Criteria:

• evidence of cognitive impairment that could impact ability to consent and/or participation
• physical impairment or disability that interferes with ability to engage in physical activity such as severe osteoarthritis, lower extremity amputation (other than toe(s) or partial foot), regular use of a walker or wheelchair, etc.
• unstable medical or mental health condition (study staff will review)
Diabetes & Endocrine, Heart & Vascular, Prevention & Wellness
behavior change, community engaged research, diabetes, physical activity, sedentary behavior, T2D
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FAM (Follower, Action Plan, and Remote Monitoring) Intervention to Reduce Severe Hyperglycemia in Adults with Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus at Risk for Diabetic Ketoacidosis (Aim 3)

The purpose of this study is to implement an intervention using a Follower, Action plan, and remote Monitoring (FAM) of glucose data to reduce severe hyperglycemia in adults with Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus at risk for diabetic ketoacidosis. You and your chosen “follower” (family member, caregiver, or friend) will be asked to attend 6 visits (in- person or remote) as a pair (“dyad”) with the study team that will last up to 30 minutes to 2 hours each across a span of 4 months.

Jacob Kohlenberg
18 years and over
This study is NOT accepting healthy volunteers
STUDY00020104
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• ages 18 to 65
• people with Type 1 Diabetes (T1DM) for at least 1 year
• HbA1C between 8.0% and 14.0%
• "Follower" (family member, friend, or caregiver who is at least 18 years old), willing to participate in the study and follow glucose data and has no self-reported cognitive impairment
Exclusion Criteria:

• active treatment with a sodium-glucose cotransporter-2 inhibitor or planning to start a sodium-glucose cotransporter-2 inhibitor in the next 6 months
• active cancer with the exception of non-melanoma skin cancer
• receiving hospice care
Diabetes & Endocrine
T1DM, Type 1 Diabetes
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The TrialNet Natural History Study of the Development of Type 1 Diabetes

TrialNet is an international research group dedicated to the study, prevention, and early treatment of Type 1 diabetes. Type 1 diabetes is now understood as a disease that develops over time in stages. Stage 1 starts with the appearance of having two or more autoantibodies. This is followed by Stage 2, which is the development of abnormal blood glucose levels. Stage 3 is the clinical diagnosis of Type 1 diabetes. This study will help us learn more about how Type 1 diabetes occurs through the screening of diabetes-related autoantibodies and monitoring individuals who have tested positive for these autoantibodies.

Antoinette Moran
Not specified
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SITE00000016
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• 2.5 to 45 years old and have an immediate family member with type 1 diabetes (child, parent, or sibling)
• 2.5 to 20 years old who have an extended family member with type 1 diabetes (cousin, niece, nephew, aunt, uncle, grandparent, or half-sibling)
Exclusion Criteria:

• already have diabetes
• history of being treated with insulin or oral diabetes medications
• using systemic immunosuppressive agents (topical and inhaled agents are acceptable)
• have any known serious diseases
Diabetes & Endocrine
T1DM, Type 1 Diabetes

Time Restricted Eating as a Viable Alternative to Caloric Restriction for Treating Hyperglycemia in a Population with Type 2 (T2DM) diabetes (SFS3)

Feasibility study to test our overall hypothesis that time restricted eating (TRE) presents a viable alternative to caloric restriction for improving glycemic measures and reducing weight in overweight/obese patients with metformin-only treated Type 2 diabetes (T2DM).

Lisa Chow
18 years and over
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STUDY00014853
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• adults who are overweight/obese and have type 2 diabetes treated only with metformin
• 18-65 years old
• BMI between 25-40 kg/m2
• HbA1c between 6.5-8.5%
• self reported weight must be stable (+/- 5 pounds) for at least 3 months prior to the study
• own a smartphone
Exclusion Criteria:

• women who are pregnant or are planning to become pregnant
• eating disorders
Diabetes & Endocrine
time restricted eatin, Type 2 diabetes, diet intervention, intermittent fasting, caloric restriction
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Lisdexamfetamine for the Treatment of Severe Obesity in Children Aged 6 to 12 Years

This study will enroll children aged 6 to 12 years who have difficulty in maintaining a healthy weight and see if the medication Vyvanse may help them to reduce their weight.

Claudia Fox
Up to 18 years old
This study is NOT accepting healthy volunteers
STUDY00019097
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• children 6 to 12 years old
• severe obesity defined as BMI greater than or equal to 1.2 times the 95th percentile
• failed attempt of lifestyle therapy
Exclusion Criteria:

• significant congenital or structural heart disease or arrhythmia
• hypertension
• history of chemical dependency
• Diabetes mellitus (type 1 or 2)
• current or recent ( less than 3 months ago) use of anti-obesity medication(s)
• additional medical or mental health conditions (study staff will review)
Children's Health, Diabetes & Endocrine
healthy weight, Obesity
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Electronic Platform for Assessment of Adherence, Quality of Life, Clinical Response and Safety of Daily and Long&#8208;Acting Growth Hormone Therapy (LAuGH TRACK UMN) (LAuGH TRACK)

The purpose of the study is to compare quality of life (QOL), adherence, insulin resistance, body composition and efficacy of LAGH to DGH in children with GHD.

Brad Miller, MD, PhD
Up to 18 years old
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STUDY00011784
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• girls ages 2-11 years
• boys ages 2-13 years
• established diagnosis of pediatric growth hormone deficiency (GHD).
• For this study, GHD is defined as peak growth hormone response to clonidine/arginine stimulation testing of <10 ng/mL Either treatment-naive or currently treated with a daily growth hormone as approved by health insurance.
Exclusion Criteria:

• any medical condition which, in the opinion of the Investigator, can be an independent cause of short stature and/or limit the response to exogenous growth factor treatment
• current treatment with long-acting growth hormone
• currently pregnant or breastfeeding
Children's Health, Diabetes & Endocrine
Growth Hormone Deficiency
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Efficacy and safety of SGLT2 inhibitor therapy in overweight and obese subjects with cystic fibrosis-related diabetes: a pilot study

In this study, we will examine the safety and tolerability of Sodium glucose co-transporter 2 inhibitor (SGLT2i) (generic name: empagliflozin) for patients who are overweight/obese and have been diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis Related Diabetes (CFRD).

Amir Moheet
18 years and over
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STUDY00019241
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• 18 years or older
• diagnosis of cystic fibrosis related diabetes (CFRD)
• BMI >25 kg/m2
• woman who could become pregnant must agree to take precautions that are effective in preventing pregnancy throughout this study
Exclusion Criteria:

• acute respiratory exacerbation requiring IV antibiotics or systemic glucocorticoids within prior 4 weeks
• less than 12 weeks since start of a new CFTR corrector/modulator therapy
• type 1 diabetes
• history of diabetic ketoacidosis
• history of recurrent genital or urinary tract infections
• women who are pregnant or breastfeeding
• history of eating disorder
• there are additional exclusion criteria (study staff will review)
Rare Diseases, Diabetes & Endocrine
CF, CFRD, Cystic Fibrosis, Cystic Fibrosis-related Diabetes, Diabetes
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An Open-label, Single Arm, Multicenter, Phase III Study on the Efficacy, Safety,and Pharmacokinetics of FP-001 42 mg Controlled Release in Patients with Central (Gonadotropin-Dependent) Precocious Puberty

The study drug FP-001 (Leuprolide mesylate) is being developed for children that are suffering from central (gonadotropin-dependent) precocious puberty (CPP). Leuprolide has been approved in the United States (US) and the European Union (EU) as treatment for prostate cancer already, and other forms of Leuprolide from other companies have been approved for the treatment of CPP. In this clinical study, Leuprolide will be used in the form of a 6-month depot injection.

Brad Miller, MD, PhD
Up to 18 years old
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SITE00001817
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• females aged 2 to 8 years or males aged 2 to 9 years old
• diagnosis of Central Precocious Puberty (CPP) within 12 months
• additional inclusion criteria (study staff will review)
Exclusion Criteria:

• major medical or psychiatric illness that could interfere with study visits
• history of seizures, epilepsy, and/or central nervous system disorders that may be associated with seizures or convulsions
• specific prior treatments (study staff will review)
Children's Health, Diabetes & Endocrine
Central Precocious Puberty, CPP, Early Puberty, Precocious Puberty, Puberty
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Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities (ARIC) Study - Visits Component

The purpose of the Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities (ARIC) Study - ARIC Generation 2 research study is to evaluate the link between glucose and heart problems in adults with type 2 diabetes. Heart problems can be common in people with type 2 diabetes. We are interested in measuring your blood sugar (glucose) using a continuous glucose monitor and monitoring your heart rhythm at the same time.

Pamela Lutsey
18 years and over
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SITE00001721
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• Have a diagnosis of Type II Diabetes
• Age 50-80 years old
• Be willing to wear a continuous glucose monitor and heart rhythm monitor for two weeks
• Fluent English speaker
Exclusion Criteria:

• Pacemaker
• Allergy to adhesive tape
• Planning to move away from the Minneapolis area in the next four years
• Live in nursing home/long-term care facility
• diagnosed with dementia or unable to consent for self
Diabetes & Endocrine, Heart & Vascular
aging, cognition, heart disease, Type 2 Diabetes, ARIC
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Lifestyle Counseling and Medication for Adolescent Weight Management (QUEST)

This study will compare the effectiveness and durability of intensive behavioral counseling vs. medical management plus low-intensity behavioral counseling on BMI, body fat, cardiometabolic risk factors, and quality of life in adolescents with severe obesity. We hypothesize that Wegovy (semaglutide) plus low-intensity behavioral counseling will elicit superior reductions in BMI and body fat and greater improvement in cardiometabolic factors and quality of life compared to intensive behavioral counseling at 56 weeks.

Aaron Kelly
Up to 18 years old
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STUDY00012932
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• ages 12-17
• BMI greater than or equal to the 95th percentile for age and sex
Exclusion Criteria:

• Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes
• use of medications for obesity in the past 6 months
• any treatment with growth hormone
• bariatric surgery -major mental health diagnosis (study staff will review)
• pregnant or plan to become pregnant
• significant medical diagnosis (study staff will review)
Diabetes & Endocrine, Children's Health
Obesity, Overweight, weight loss
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Profiling of Adipose Tissue Depots and Immune Correlates

This is a study of individuals older than 18, undergoing abdominal surgery, and are amenable to fat samples being collected during their surgical procedure, with the option to participate in other tests that can provide information on insulin sensitivity and fat distribution. This study is trying to figure out how fat tissue is related to an individual's health status and health conditions, and the analysis of the aging of cells that make up the human body.

Sayeed Ikramuddin
18 years and over
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STUDY00009134
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• Age 18 years or older
• Undergoing abdominal surgical procedure with general anesthesia
Exclusion Criteria:

• Pregnancy or nursing
• Exclusion at the discretion of attending physician or Eligibility Committee
Digestive & Liver Health, Diabetes & Endocrine, Prevention & Wellness
abdominal surgery, fat collection
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Diabetes RElated to Acute pancreatitis and its Mechanisms (DREAM) (DREAM)

The purpose of this research study is to find out how many people with acute pancreatitis develop diabetes. Risk factors for diabetes and the types of diabetes that occur after acute pancreatitis will also be studied. A small number of people who already had diabetes before their acute pancreatitis attack will be enrolled for comparison. Diabetes is a known complication of acute pancreatitis. Diabetes can last a few weeks after acute pancreatitis and get better. Diabetes may not improve after acute pancreatitis. It can also appear a year or more after acute pancreatitis. Little data is available on diabetes after acute pancreatitis. This study will help us better understand diabetes after acute pancreatitis and who is at increased risk of developing it, as well as the different types of diabetes. We are asking participants to take part in this research study who have recently had an acute pancreatitis attack. Participants may be on this study for up to 5 years. There is a screening/enrollment visit, a metabolic visit and 5 year follow-up period. If you had diabetes before your acute pancreatitis attack, your study participation will end after the enrollment visit. If you did not have diabetes before your acute pancreatitis attack, you will return to the clinic for up to 6 more visits. An additional two visits can be done either at the clinic or by phone. If you are diagnosed with diabetes during the follow-up period, you will be asked to come in for an additional visit.

Melena Bellin
18 years and over
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SITE00001256
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• diagnosis of acute pancreatitis no more than 90 days ago
Exclusion Criteria:

• definite diagnosis of chronic pancreatitis based on results of scans (study staff will review)
• pancreas tumors
• prior surgery on the pancreas
• pregnancy
• other significant health problems, study staff will review
Diabetes & Endocrine, Digestive & Liver Health
Diabetes, Pancreatitis
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A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study to Evaluate the Efficacy and Safety of SPR001 (Tildacerfont) in Reducing Supraphysiologic Glucocorticoid Use in Adult Subjects with Classic Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia

SPR001-204 will be a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study that will evaluate the potential of tildacerfont to reduce GC burden in adult subjects with classic CAH who have lower limit of detection (LLD) ≤ A4 ≤ 1.5x upper limit of normal (ULN) and are on supraphysiologic doses of GC therapy. SPR001-204 will be the first study of tildacerfont to evaluate GC dose reduction. In addition, Study SPR001-204 will characterize clinical outcomes after up to 52 weeks of treatment with tildacerfont.

Kyriakie Sarafoglou
18 years and over
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SITE00001080
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• at least 18 years old
• CAH due to 21-hydroxylase deficiency based on genetic mutation in CYP21A2 and/or documented elevated 17-OHP - currently treatment with HC, HC acetate, prednisone, prednisolone, methylprednisolone (or a combination)
• on a stable dose of GC replacement for at least 1 month
• people with the salt-wasting form of CAH on been on a stable dose of mineralocorticoid replacement for at least 1 month
Exclusion Criteria:

• diagnosis of any other known form of classic CAH (not due to 21-hydroxylase deficiency)
• history of bilateral adrenalectomy or hypopituitarism
• allergy or hypersensitivity to tildacerfont, any of its forms or any other CRF1 receptor antagonist
• clinical signs or symptoms of adrenal insufficiency
Diabetes & Endocrine
congenital adrenal hyperplasia, CAH
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Understanding modifiable barriers to treatment adherence in youth with type 2 diabetes to inform intervention development

This study will seek to learn about barriers to management of Type 2 diabetes for children ages 10-17. This study is recruiting children, and their parent/guardian, who are managing with oral medication or insulin.

Amy Noser
Up to 18 years old
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STUDY00019484
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• 10 to 17 years old
• confirmed diagnosis of type 2 diabetes
• prescribed pharmacologic therapy for treatment of type 2 diabetes (oral medication or insulin)
• live with a parent/caregiver at least 50% of the time who is willing to participate in the study
• able to read and speak English
• the parent/caregiver must be the adult who spends the largest proportion of time caring for the child (or at least 50%) & able to speak and read English
Exclusion Criteria:

• diagnosis of type 1 or monogenic diabetes
• evidence of significant cognitive deficits or a severe, persistent psychiatric disorder
Children's Health, Diabetes & Endocrine
Type 2 Diabetes
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Assess Pituitary Function in COVID-19 Patients and Correlate Results with Clinical Symptoms Fatigue

We are studying hormone levels and fatigue of people who have recently had COVID-19. Participants will complete questionnaires and have blood drawn to determine hormone levels. Participants who are experiencing high levels of fatigue or who have abnormal hormone levels will complete questionnaires and have blood drawn every three months for a year. We are hoping to determine how COVID-19 affects hormone levels and the pituitary gland, which is responsible for releasing hormones.

Takako Araki
18 years and over
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SITE00001460
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• People who have COVID-19 documented with a positive SARS-CoV-2 test.
Exclusion Criteria:

• People with pituitary abnormalities diagnosed prior to the diagnosis of COVID-19.
• People receiving hormone replacement therapy, including thyroid hormone, estrogen replacement, (including oral contraceptives), testosterone, or growth hormone.
• People who are on active treatment with oral, topical, inhaled, or injectable corticosteroids (injection within 4 weeks of screening)
• People who have current and continuous (> 3 months) opioid use
• People who are not able to complete study procedures necessary for the study, such as an early morning blood draw.
COVID-19, Diabetes & Endocrine, Infectious Diseases
COVID, COVID-19, Fatigue
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JAK Inhibitors to Preserve C-Peptide Production in New Onset T1D: A Phase 2 Multi-Center, Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study to Evaluate the Safety and Efficacy of Subtype-Selective JAK Inhibitors for Preservation of Pancreatic Cell Function in Newly Diagnosed Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus

This is a new type 1 diabetes onset study for ages 12-35 years old. We are looking at JAK inhibitor drugs to see if they can preserve beta cell function.

Antoinette Moran
Not specified
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SITE00001949
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• age 12-35 years (inclusive)
• diagnosis of T1D within 100 days of first study visit
• positive for at least one islet cell autoantibody
• HbA1c no more than 10 %
• body weight at least 35kg (77 pounds)
• willing to comply with intensive diabetes management and wear a Continuous Glucose Monitoring Device (CGM)
• up to date on recommended immunizations (including flu and COVID-19)
• willing to use highly effective contraception for 3 months after the last dose of study medication
Exclusion Criteria:

• current use of a medication that affects glucose control
• treatment with other immunosuppressive agents (including biologics or steroids), other than inhaled or topical glucocorticoids
• current history of infection (HIV, Hepatitis B, TB, herpes etc.)
• current or past use of tobacco or nicotine containing products more than the equivalent of 5 cigarettes per day
• current or past medical or mental health conditions (study staff will review)
• women who are pregnant, breast feeding, or planning to become pregnant
Children's Health, Diabetes & Endocrine
T1D, new onset, type 1 diabetes,
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Genetic Modifiers and Glycemic Variability in Turner Syndrome

This study is looking at glucose (blood sugar) patterns in participants with Turner Syndrome between the ages of 3-80 years old. This will be done by obtaining 2 hours frequent blood sampling by completing an Oral Glucose Tolerance Test and a Mixed Meal Tolerance Test. Participants will also wear a continuous glucose monitor for 2 weeks. Along with the OGTT and MMTT, participants are asked to provide a blood sample for DNA and RNA testing. Participant’s parents are asked to provide a saliva sample for DNA testing

Kyriakie Sarafoglou
Not specified
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STUDY00013812
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• Participants with a diagnosis of Turner syndrome by karyotype
• Ages 3 to 80
Exclusion Criteria:

• Additional genetic diagnosis detected on karyotype, CMA, or FISH
• Prior diabetes diagnosis
• Current or recent (last 72 hours) use of systemic glucocorticoids
• Current use of hypoglycemic agents
• History of solid organ or bone marrow transplant
• Currently pregnant
• Non English-speaking
Diabetes & Endocrine, Rare Diseases
Turner Syndrome
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Sex differences in the effecTs of brEaking uP sedentary behavior on vascUlar function in Type 2 Diabetes (STEP UP T2D)

Type 2 diabetes (T2D) confers a high risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD), particularly among older adults who tend to be physically inactive. Most studies that have examined the effects of changing sedentary behavior (SB) have focused on young healthy males and prioritized glycemic outcomes. We will look at the effect of 3 different ways of breaking up sitting: 1) 4 hours of prolonged SB, 2) 4 hours of SB broken up by 5 minutes of self-paced walking every hour, and 3) 4 hours of SB with one 20-minute bout of self-paced walking. In addition to examining the overall effects of each condition, differences between men and women will be evaluated.

Mary Whipple
18 years and over
This study is NOT accepting healthy volunteers
STUDY00018030
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Inclusion Criteria:

• 60 years or older
• postmenopausal (at least 12 months without a menstrual period)
• Type 2 diabetes (hemoglobin A1c 6.5% or more and/or previous diagnosis of type 2 diabetes)
• sedentary for at least 6 hours/day
• willing to abstain from food, caffeine, alcohol and exercise for at least 24 hours, and tobacco/smoking for at least 12 hours prior to each study visit
• able to speak and read English
Exclusion Criteria:

• Type 1 diabetes
• uncontrolled hypertension (resting systolic greater than 160 or diastolic greater than 110 mmHg)
• starting hormone therapy or changing in hormone therapy (dose/frequency/route of administration) in the previous 3 months
• on renal dialysis
• history of deep vein thrombosis (DVT)
• evidence of cognitive impairment
• physical impairment or disability that interferes with ability to engage in exercise (severe osteoarthritis, lower extremity amputation [other than toe(s)/partial foot], use of a walker or wheelchair, etc.)
• unstable medical/psychiatric condition that could impact study participation
Diabetes & Endocrine, Prevention & Wellness, Women's Health
physical activity, sedentary behavior, sitting
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Influence of Exercise on the Gut Microbiome of Overweight and Obese Adults with Prediabetes

We are looking at how an 8-week exercise program of walking for 30-45 minutes 3 times/week affects the body. This study is for people who are prediabetic and overweight or obese. We will compare the exercise group to a group that didn’t participate in the exercise to see if there are differences in gut microbes, body measurements, and blood work.

Mark Pereira
18 years and over
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STUDY00009136
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• 30-64 years old
• classified as overweight or obese with BMI greater than 25 kg/m2
• physician diagnosed as pre-diabetic or HbA1c value of 5.7 - 6.4% obtained during study screening
• currently exercise less than 100 minutes per week
• physically able to exercise
• no antibiotics taken for at least 45 days
• weight has been stable for the last 6 months (less than 10% change)
• willing to maintain current diet and exercise levels unless changed by the study
Exclusion Criteria:

• current gastrointestinal illness
• taking metformin or other medications for high blood sugar
• history of bariatric surgery
• pregnant or breast feeding
Diabetes & Endocrine
Prediabetes, elevated blood glucose, impaired glucose, blood sugar, obesity, Hemoglobin A1c, exercis
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A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled, Dose-Ranging Study to Evaluate the Efficacy and Safety of SPR001 (Tildacerfont) in Adult Subjects with Classic Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia

CAH is an inherited genetic disorder that affects the adrenal glands, a pair of walnut-sized organs above the kidneys. The disease affects the production of steroid hormones by the adrenal glands, which include “glucocorticoids” such as cortisol, which regulate your body’s response to illness or stress. People with CAH often have abnormal levels of certain adrenal sex hormones, which can have negative effects on overall health. The purpose of this study is to see if tildacerfont is safe and effective in reducing the level of certain hormones. Tildacerfont will be compared to “placebo”, which is a drug that looks like the investigational drug but does not contain any tildacerfont or any other active compound.

Kyriakie Sarafoglou
18 years and over
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SITE00000827
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• at least 18 years old
• childhood diagnosis of classic CAH due to 21-hydroxylase deficiency based genetic mutation in CYP21A2 and/or documented elevated 17-OHP
• currently treated with HC, HC acetate, prednisone, prednisolone, methylprednisolone (or a combination)
• on a stable dose of GC replacement of at least 15 mg/day and less than 60 mg/day in HC equivalents
• people with the salt-wasting form of CAH, must be on a stable dose of mineralocorticoid replacement for at least 1 month
Exclusion Criteria:

• known or suspected diagnosis of any other known form of classic CAH (not due to 21 hydroxylase deficiency)
• history of bilateral adrenalectomy or hypopituitarism
• allergy or hypersensitivity to Tildacerfont, any of its forms, or any other CRF1 receptor antagonist
• current treatment with dexamethasone as GC therapy for CAH.
• clinical signs or symptoms of adrenal insufficiency
Diabetes & Endocrine, Rare Diseases
Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia
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Measurement of Glucose Homeostasis in Human Brain by NMR: Effect of Recurrent Hypoglycemia on Type 1 Diabetes (Aim 2)

Individuals with type 1 diabetes often develop an impaired awareness of hypoglycemia (IAH), meaning they are not fully aware of having low blood glucose levels. This research study is looking to determine what happens in the brain after repeat episodes of hypoglycemia.

Elizabeth Seaquist
18 years and over
STUDY00008108
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• 18 to 65 years old
• diagnosis of Type 1 diabetes
• diabetes duration 2 - 30 years
• Hemoglobin A1C less than 8.5%
Exclusion Criteria:

• unaware of hypoglycemia when it is occurring
• pregnant or plan to become pregnant during the study
• uncontrolled hypertension (blood pressure greater than 145/95 mmHg)
• inability to undergo MRI scanning, including but not limited to unable to remain still in an MRI scanner for more than 30 minutes, claustrophobia, presence of paramagnetic substances or pacemakers in body, weight over 300 pounds
• other medical or mental health issues (study staff will review)
Diabetes & Endocrine
Diabetes Mellitus, Type 1
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Liver Collection Study

This is a study of individuals older than 18, undergoing abdominal procedures in which the liver is accessible, and are amenable to liver samples being collected during their surgical procedure, with the option to participate in a specialized scan that can provide information on liver health, stiffness, and fat content. This study is trying to figure out how senescent (aging) cells in the liver are related to an individual's health status and better understand the association between these cells and different metabolic diseases.

Sayeed Ikramuddin
18 years and over
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STUDY00013764
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• Age 18 years or older
• Undergoing abdominal surgical procedure with general anesthesia
Exclusion Criteria:

• Pregnancy or nursing
• Physician may exclude
Diabetes & Endocrine, Digestive & Liver Health, Prevention & Wellness
abdominal surgery, liver biopsy
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