Dexcom's G7 system: watch, phone and sensor/transmitter

Talking Dexcom’s G7 with Senior Director of Global Product Design, Alex Diener

We’re taking a look at the design decisions that go into diabetes technology, specifically Dexcom’s G7. Beyond the accuracy and interoperability we all want, they also look at things like dexterity, feel and hand strength. Alex Diener is Dexcom’s Senior Director of Global Product Design. He lives with type 1 and he shared a lot…

The Dexcom G7 Sensor enlarged next to a photo of Dexcom CEO Jake Leach

Guest interview: “Nerdabetic” talks to Dexcom’s Jake Leach

Dexcom’s G7 is still not approved in the United States, but it’s in limited release in Europe. This week, friend of the show Kamil Armacki, better known as Nerdabetic, interviews Dexcom’s Chief Operating Officer, Jake Leach. Find more about Kamil over at his amazing YouTube Channel here: https://www.youtube.com/c/nerdabetic This podcast is not intended as medical…

A screen shot of a Loop control panel and a women researcher with computer imagery

“I think it’s just the beginning” – A new way to test DIY pump systems from UVA

Researchers at UVA recently published a study called Design and Validation of an Open-Source Closed-Loop Testbed for Artificial Pancreas Systems. They say what they’ve set up here is quote – a valid tool that can be used by the research community to demonstrate the effectiveness of different control algorithms and safety features for APS, automated…