Consortium

The GoCARB consists of three partners from three different countries in Europe and the US.

University of Bern, Switzerland
The University of Bern offers top quality across the board: it has a reputation in cutting-edge disciplines and is renowned for the excellent quality of its teaching. The university’s structure includes 8 faculties and some 160 institutes that date back to the XVIth century. In GoCARG, the University of Bern is represented by the Diabetes Technology Research group of the ARTORG Center for Biomedical Engineering Research and the Department of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Clinical Nutrition of the Bern University Hospital, Inselspital. The two teams comprise a comprehensive, multidisciplinary group of engineers, computer scientists, physicians with longstanding experience in clinical diabetes research and nutritionists.

More details: www.unibe.ch

Roche Diabetes Care GmbH, Germany
For more than 110 years, Roche has played a pioneering role in healthcare. Today, as world leader in in-vitro diagnostics, Roche supply a wide range of diagnostic instruments and tests for the rapid and reliable detection and monitoring of diseases by doctors, laboratories or by patients themselves. Roche Diagnostics Mannheim is the second largest employer in Mannheim, with more than 7500 people working at the site. It is also the headquarters of the Global Diabetes Care Business Area. The EMEA-LatAm Medical Affairs Department and Research & Technology Department are participating In the GoCARB project.

Roche Diabetes Care Inc, United States
The Diabetes Management Technologies Group – a part of the Global Research & Technology team – is participating in the GoCARB project. The team is working on various aspects of diabetes and is concentrating on identifying key technical features for existing and future diabetes care products. The group has also been involved in successfully transferring these technologies into commercial products.

More details: www.roche.com