TCOYD and The diaTribe Foundation invite you to join us at the 14th Annual Diabetes Forum for sophisticated camaraderie and cutting-edge developments from key opinion leaders in diabetes.


Monday, June 15, 2020


6 – 8:30PM


Hyatt Regency McCormick Place
2233 S. Martin L King Drive, Chicago, IL 60616



Early Bird: $175, On-site: $200
Physicians: $100 (email sarah@tcoyd.org for code)


(2020 info coming soon!)

Steve V. Edelman, MD

Founder & Director, Taking Control Of Your Diabetes

Professor of Medicine

University of California San Diego

Veterans Affairs Medical Center San Diego

Kelly L. Close

Founder, The diatribe Foundation

Editor-in-Chief, diaTribe

President, Close Concerns


(2020 info coming soon!)

James R. Gavin III, MD, PhD

Clinical Professor of Medicine, Emory University School of Medicine

Chief Medical Officer, Healing Our Village, Inc.

Roy W. Beck, MD, PhD

Executive Director, JAEB Center for Health Research

Anne Peters, MD

Director, USC Clinical Diabetes Program

Professor of Clinical Medicine, Keck School of Medicine of USC

Jennifer Sherr, MD, PhD

Associate Professor, Pediatrics (Endocrinology)

Yale University School of Medicine

David D’Alessio, MD

Associate Director

Duke Molecular Physiology Institute

Duke University School of Medicine

FORUM 2019 TOPICS INCLUDE (2020 info coming soon!):

New CVOT Results (CAROLINE, PIONEER, REWIND)  | Responsibilities & Challenges for HCPs  |  NAFLD and NASH

CGM, Hybrid Closed Loop, Open Source & Looping  | Advances in CKD Treatments |  Advancements in Glucagon

SGLT/Dual SGLT1 and 2 Inhibitors in T1D and T2D

If you’re at all familiar with Dr. Edelman and the TCOYD team, you know we like to have a bit of fun with video.

Be sure to check out the videos we’ve custom produced for past Diabetes Forum events…

Type 1 Diabetes in 2026

Find out what happens to Dr. Edelman, Dr. Pettus, and the rest of the diabetes medical community after the artificial pancreas finally comes to the market.

Changing Lives Across the Country

In these “before and after” interviews, see for yourself just how much you can learn, and just how much you can change by attending a TCOYD conference.

CVOT Mania

Not so long ago, in a convention hall not so far away, the entire diabetes medical community anxiously awaits the latest CVOT results.  The future of the diabetes galaxy depends on it!