diaTribe Foundation, Close Concerns, and dQ&A Information Session

October 22, 2018 - 8:30 pm to 9:30 pm (already occurred)
Science Center, Room E108

Attend this joint information session to hear about opportunities at the diaTribe Foundation, Close Concerns, and dQ&A, related organizations led by led by Kelly Close '90 (Harvard Business School ’95) and located in the vibrant Lower Haight neighborhood of San Francisco.

The diaTribe Foundation is a 501(c)3 certified nonprofit organization with a mission to improve the lives of people living with diabetes and prediabetes, and to advocate for action. The diaTribe Foundation is committed to helping people with diabetes live happier, healthier and more hopeful lives through its many programs, including diaTribe.org, a free online publication that reaches two million people every year. The diaTribe Foundation’s advocacy program works to bring the patient point of view to the FDA and other policy makers, to improve diabetes literacy in the media, and to convene the world’s brightest minds to develop innovative solutions to the type 2 diabetes epidemic.

Close Concerns is a healthcare information firm focused on diabetes and obesity, dedicated to improving patient outcomes by educating physicians, researchers, business leaders, manufacturers, policymakers and patients about the most important news and research in the field. With readers at academic institutions, nonprofit organizations, drug and medical device companies, and government bodies, Close Concerns is widely respected in the healthcare community. They study new research and interview clinicians and thought leaders, working with an advisory board of world-class endocrinologists, cardiologists, primary care physicians, nurses and community health workers to help make everyone smarter about diabetes and obesity.

Founded by diabetes experts, patients and market research professionals, dQ&A Market Research Inc. is a San Francisco-based, patient-centric market research company that focuses exclusively on diabetes and obesity. Their proprietary panels of patients, diabetes educators and primary care physicians have allowed them to accurately reflect the patient voice and offer our clients.

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Phillip Pang
(413) 542-2265
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