Visit us at our booth
The 17th International Conference on Advanced Technologies & Treatments for Diabetes, ATTD 2024, will take place from 6 to 9 March 2024 in Florence. Ypsomed will present its portfolio including the automated insulin delivery system mylife Loop at booth 12 in hall B. We are looking forward to meeting you in Florence.
Attend the scientific session of Ypsomed
8 March 2024, 9:30 – 10:30 am, hall H
Improving the lives of people with diabetes with mylife CamAPS FX automated insulin delivery
Emma Wilmot (UK):
Hybrid closed-loop to achieve better outcomes for all living with Type 1 diabetes
Lia Bally (CH):
Towards simplification of meal management
Othmar Moser (DE):
Exercise with mylife CamAPS FX: from recommendations to individualised solutions
The scientific session is chaired by Prof. Roman Hovorka.
Prof Roman Hovorka
Roman Hovorka is Professor of Metabolic Technology at the Institute of Metabolic Science and Department of Paediatrics at University of Cambridge. He made seminal contributions to diabetes technology including the “Artificial Pancreas”, a device that delivers insulin in glucose responsive fashion. He is Chief Investigator on several trials evaluating the Artificial Pancreas in populations such as young children and newly diagnosed type 1 diabetes.
Dr Emma Wilmot
Emma Wilmot is an Associate Professor at the University of Nottingham, Consultant Diabetologist in Derby and founder of the Diabetes Technology Network UK. She has over 100 publications and has been Principal or Chief Investigator on a range of diabetes studies. She was previously awarded the University of Leicester medal for excellent PhD performance “Type 2 diabetes in younger adults”.
Prof Lia Bally
Lia Bally is an Endocrinologist and Professor of Nutrition and Metabolism at the University Hospital Bern and University of Bern. Her research focuses on the use of digital technologies to study human metabolism and develop targeted clinical interventions to improve metabolic health. In her work, she combines the study of metabolic physiology with the use of digital technologies, mechanistic modelling and artificial intelligence.
Prof Othmar Moser
Othmar Moser is Professor for Exercise Physiology & Metabolism (Sportsmedicine) at the University of Bayreuth (GER). Additionally, he works at the Medical University of Graz (AT) within the Outpatient Clinic for Diabetes, Physical Activity and Exercise. Othmar is advisor and press officer for German Diabetes Association (DDG) in the field of Exercise Physiology. In his scientific work, he focuses on therapy management around exercise to facilitate a physically active lifestyle in people with type 1 diabetes.