Doug Kanter on Data, Diabetes, and Marathon Training

May 23, 2013

Doug Kanter has been a Type 1 diabetic for 26 years. Through this time he’s come to learn more about his disease by using many data-gathering tools and his own work in visual analysis at the NYU ITP program. We’ve featured Doug’s compelling work here on the blog before and we were excited to hear him talk at the NY QS Meetup about his new project to understand how marathon training and running effect his blood sugar and insulin treatment.

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