The meeting may be over, but the science never stops.

It has been our honor to host more than 12,500+ participants from all over the world for five days of scientific advances and groundbreaking research presentations.

For the first time in our 80-year history, we held our Scientific Sessions, the world’s largest meeting dedicated to diabetes, entirely virtually—and you’ve made it a smashing success! We hope that you will take what you’ve learned here and use it help improve the lives of the more than 460 million people worldwide living with diabetes.

Some housekeeping notes:

  • We know that five days isn’t nearly enough time to see all of the groundbreaking research—luckily, included in your registration is access to more than 800 archived presentations for the next 90 days. That’s right—catch up on all of the science you missed on your own time, and from the comfort of your own home!
  • It’s not too late to register if you have a colleague or peer who wasn’t able to attend. Be sure to have them register today so they can access all of the valuable meeting content, too.
  • Finally, don’t forget to claim your Continuing Education credit!

And be sure to save the date: next year’s Scientific Sessions, taking place June 25-29, 2021 in Washington, DC, is sure to be one to remember. We can’t wait to see you there!

News & Updates

2020 National Scientific & Health Care Achievement Awards

We’re here for the long haul. We’re here for the fight. Because when it comes to diabetes, it’s a fight worth picking—and a fight worth winning. For the millions who feel it, and know it. And for the millions who don’t, but will. We’re proud to salute those who are helping us win this fight. We know you’ll be proud to meet them, too.

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