Nanette Freedman was born in London, England in 1949. She is married with 4 children. Nanette developed Type 1 diabetes at the unusually late age of 48. She has used an insulin pump since October 1998.
Nanette studied Natural Sciences at Newnham College, Cambridge (1967-70), then Nuclear and Elementary Particle Physics at Birkbeck College, London (1970-72), followed by a Ph.D. in Physics at Royal Postgraduate Medical School, London (1978).
Nanette lived and worked in the UK until 1988, working at the Medical Research Council Air Pollution Research Unit at St. Bartholemew's Hospital Medical School, London; Department of Medical Physics, Royal Postgraduate Medical School, Hammersmith Hospital, London; and Departments of Physiology and Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, Cambridge.
Since then, Nanette has lived outside the UK, working at Department of Nuclear Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, USA from 1988-96, and from 1996 until the present, as Medical Physicist and coordinator of the PET Centre at Department of Medical Biophysics and Nuclear Medicine, Hadassah University Hospital, Jerusalem, Israel. List of publications available on request.
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- CGMS accuracy - Nanette Freedman wore MiniMed's glucose monitor several times. She looks at how accurate the results were.
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Created: March 2001; Last updated: Wednesday 23 January 2008