Longitudinal Assessment of Multiple Organs in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes
We are conducting a research project called Multi Organ Assessment in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes, known as MODIFY. The aim of the MODIFY study is to better understand diabetes and find out how to accurately diagnose related diseases.
MODIFY uses imaging to assess the health of multiple organs in the body - including the liver, kidneys, pancreas and spleen - in people with type 2 diabetes who have been prescribed glucose lowering therapy. These images are analysed using a new technique that we hope will provide information to better understand type 2 diabetes and support the diagnosis of any related diseases or complications.
Open to Recruitment.
Interested in taking part?
For further information about the study or if you are over 18 years of age, have type 2 diabetes and
may be interested in taking part, we would really like to hear from you. You can do this by contacting
your nearest local research team listed below:
University of Liverpool:
T: 0151 529 5912
Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust:
Tel: 01865 857514
Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust:
Recruitment starting soon. Further contact information to follow.
The study is sponsored by Perspectum Ltd. and funded by Innovate UK. It is being led by Professor Dan Cuthbertson, at the University of Liverpool. Together with research study partners in Liverpool, London and Oxford, we are recruiting 150 patients diagnosed with type 2 diabetes across the UK.