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Viral Shah

Viral N. Shah MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine & Pediatrics, Barbara Davis Center for Diabetes, Adult Clinic, School of Medicine, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, Aurora, Colorado

Dr. Shah is an Assistant Professor in Medicine and Pediatrics at the Barbara Davis Center for Diabetes, at the University of Colorado Denver. His research is focused on investigating newer therapeutics and technologies to improve glycemic control in adults with type 1 diabetes. Another area of his research is aimed to understand the mechanisms of bone fragility in adults with type 1 diabetes.

He has been an investigator on a number of clinical trials. He has served as a steering committee member for T1D Exchange Clinic Registry in 2016-2017. He currently serves on writing committees for “Macrovascular Complications in Type 1 Diabetes” and “Older Adults with Type 1 Diabetes” at the Type 1 Diabetes Exchange Clinic Registry. He is currently serving as communication director for ‘American Diabetes Association Diabetes Technology Interest Leadership’ and Adhoc committee member for ADA’ 79th Scientific Program- Diabetes Technology. He is well published with over 80 research publications and is a reviewer for many peer-reviewed journals and grants.

Disclosures

Dr. Shah reports grants and personal fees from Sanofi US, grants and personal fees from Dexcom Inc, grants from EyeNuk, grants and other from Jaeb Center for Health Research (Type 1 diabetes Exchange), grants from Center for Women' Health Research at University of Colorado, grants from DiaComp, NIH, grants from CCTSI University of Colorado,  outside the submitted work.