The American Diabetes Association's 16 member-only Interest Groups provide a forum for the exchange of information in specific areas of diabetes research and care. With thousands of members, these groups contribute to the Association in valuable ways, and offer a variety of professional development, networking, engagement, and recognition opportunities. Not yet a member? Sign up now to join three Interest Groups!
- Behavioral Medicine & Psychology
- Clinical Centers & Programs
- Diabetes & Cardiovascular Disease
- Diabetes In Primary Care
- Diabetes In Youth
- Diabetes Self-Management Education & Support
- Diabetes Technology
- Exercise Physiology
- Eye Health
- Foot Care
- Health Care Delivery & Quality Improvement
- Immunology, Immunogenetics, & Transplantation
- Islet Biology, Development, & Function
- Nutritional Science & Metabolism
- Pregnancy & Reproductive Health
- Public Health & Epidemiology
Interest Group Leadership Teams
Our current Interest Group Leadership Teams consist of ADA professional members who have demonstrated notable achievements in and dedication toward specific areas of diabetes research and clinical practice. Individuals on these teams provide overall direction to Interest Group members, plan the ADA's Scientific Sessions Interest Group discussions, vote on Interest Group processes, drive member engagement, and recommend content and resources to share with Interest Group members.
Questions? Email Interestgroups@diabetes.org.
Applicants for the most recent application cycle for the Interest Group Leadership Teams will receive a response about their application in mid-May.
Interest Group Awards
Our Professional Interest Group Awards, presented by the Diabetes & Cardiovascular Disease, Pregnancy & Reproductive Health, Foot Care, and Behavioral Medicine & Psychology Interest Groups, recognize scientists who have made significant impacts in specialized areas of diabetes research and care. Learn more about the awards' criteria, nomination materials, and selection process.