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Clinical Division Faculty



 

 
  Gregory Forlenza, MD
  Primary Appointment: Assistant Professor of Pediatrics

 

My research focus is on development, refinement and testing of diabetes technology including insulin pumps, continuous glucose monitors and the artificial pancreas. I am interested in using technology to help patients better control their diabetes and reduce the burden of diabetes on children and their families. I am co-Investigator on several JDRF and NIH grants with Dr. David Maahs, Dr. Peter Chase, and Dr. Robert Slover. I am also interested in islet transplantation as a potential cure for type 1 diabetes and was the Co-PI for a project investigating combining islet transplantation with artificial pancreas technology. I am also very passionate about the benefits of diabetes camps and have been volunteering at various camps for over 10 years.

Publications

Education:
MD: University of Florida, Gainesville (2007)
Residency: University of Florida, Gainesville (2010)
Fellowships: University of Colorado Denver (2011), University of Minnesota, Minneapolis (2015)